"This book is a simple and direct approach to getting someone playing winning poker. While the trend among the major poker publishers seems to be making poker books you can sit in a silk robe, drink wine, read and think deep thoughts until you have a headache to this book is something for the person not looking for endless hyperbole and simply wants to build a bankroll. The theories are touched on but most importantly they are applied , used, and presented in a way that will benefit a reader of all skill levels. I hope this book gets some solid success as I would hope the major publishers would make note and possibly look to bring books like this into the marketplace and not leave average poker fans in deep math and theory dust. I like the content of this book as well as the fact this book isn't about hype or false promises of making millions of dollars. This book is about grinding, working hard, and developing skills and winning mindsets and approaches to playing and studying this style of poker the author is teaching."
All I can say is wow. I am glad that people are enjoying what I have written and I think this reader hit the nail on the head on what I was trying to provide for the general public. I feel today's poker books get way too bogged down in theory and spend little time showing your average person how to play better poker.
Except for finding a few minor typos since the release (thanks Ed for doing a little red lining for me) I am more than pleased with how the book is doing. And while I am not getting rich off the book (trust me on this), my book is doing very well within its genre which is all I could ever ask for. Making money off the project was never a consideration for me. I pursued it because I actually though I had some ideas that people could benefit from and I have always enjoyed helping people understand things better.