I put it into my links section, because I believe it is extremely useful for anyone who is trying to make money on the internet.
I wanted to take some time and discuss poker’s greatest textbook, the “Bible” of poker books: Doyle Brunson’s “Super System”. This book was not the first poker publication, but it is the most influential. Doyle Brunson collaborated with some of the best poker players in the world, and produced a seven part book covering the most popular variations of the game. Doyle himself wrote the section on the No Limit (NL) Hold’em. “Crazy Mike” Caro, the same guy that authored the “Caro’s Book of Poker Tells” (another must have for a serious poker player) wrote the section on Five Card Draw Poker. Obviously, he is the best at reading people, so the game with no cards exposed makes him the expert. The section on Limit Hold’em was written by Bobby “The Owl” Baldwin, a 1978 World Poker Champion and a 2003 inductee into the Poker Hall of Fame. David “Einstein” Sklansky, who is considered to be one of the top poker theorists, put together the section on High-Low Split and High-Low Declare. The section on Lowball was written by Joey Hawthorne. Nicknamed “Howard Hughes”, he is well known in the top poker games both as a player and as an author and theorist. Chip Reese, another legend of the poker world wrote the section on Seven Card Stud. Click on the cover image to buy this great poker book on Amazon.
So I put up the YouTube video of Alt-J‘s Breezeblocks a few hours ago, (here is the link if you missed it), and of course I started listening to some of their other stuff. Their 2012 album “An Awesome Wave” is excellent. The song “Breezeblocks” that got me hooked originally, and the “Tessellate” sold me completely. But these are not the only two good tracks on that CD, they have a bunch of very good songs on that album: “Something Good”, “Fitzpleasure”, “Bloodflood” and “Taro” now in my Best of the Best playlist, in addition to the earlier mentioned “Tessellate” (my favorite) and “Breezeblocks”.
(Here is the link to their debut album “An Awesome Wave”)
And here is the official music video for my favorite track: “Tessellate”.
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