More recently, David has been doing consulting work for casinos, Internet gaming sites, and gaming device companies. He has recently invented several games, soon to appear in casinos.
David attributes his standing in the gambling community to three things:
1. The fact that he presents his ideas as simply as possible (sometimes with Mason Malmuth) even though these ideas frequently involve concepts that are deep, subtle, and not to be found elsewhere.
2. The fact that the things he says and writes can be counted on to be accurate.
3. The fact that to this day a large portion of his income is still derived from gambling (usually poker, but occasionally blackjack, sports betting, horses, video games, casino promotions, or casino tournaments).
Thus, those who depend on Davids advice know that he still depends on it himself.
Cool book. Great for intermediate to advanced players, but not the best for a beginner.Published 18 days ago by Kyle Kopelke
Not the easiest book to read, at least not in one setting. A lot of math, some made more complex than it need be IMO. Read morePublished 1 month ago by A. D. White
Well written and planned out. Everything I expected at a good pricePublished 1 month ago by Michael Erwin
Makes you think ... Think first, act second, reap the rewards !
Way too much book on poker than what I needed. It has helped me with my game, which I play once a month, dime/quarter with some neighbors. Read morePublished 4 months ago by J. Holloway