In part 2 of a two part article, Andrew Brokos discusses the contraversial hand against William Tonking that caused Mark Newhouse to exit the final table of the 2014 World Series of Poker Main Event in ninth place.
Mason Malmuth reviews two books: The Mental Game of Poker; Proven Strategies for Improving Tilt Control, Confidence, Motivation, Coping with Variance, and More by Jared Tendler, M.S. with Barry Carter and Jonathan Little on Live No-Limit Cash Games; 1 The Theory by Jonathan Little.
Nick Willet looks reviews Money (Master the Game), Tony Robbins first written foray in the personal finance genre. Backed by interviews with some of the most respected names in business he outlines a plan for wealth building.
Using Warren Buffet as an example, Felipe Garcia and Aaron Byrd discuss the usefulness of the ideas in the book Security Analysis, and its basic premise that each investment has a certain intrinsic value, based on its assets, liabilities, profits, growth characteristics, and competitive position.
Andrew Brokos draws from his poker study and professional poker experience when forced to make a high-stakes decision quickly, under pressure, and with incomplete information in leasing a San Fransisco appartment.
Phil Newall observes the new tendency of online gambling sites to include casino games and sports betting into their platforms and at times push poker players in this new direction, changing the face of online gambling from the poker player's perspective.
In a classic article Mason Malmuth reviews Winning Texas Hold ’em; Cash Game Poker Strategies for Players of All Skill Levels (4) by Matt Maroon, In the Money; Strategies for Winning Texas Hold ’em Cash Games (4) by Antonio 'The Magician' Esfandiari and The Poker Tournament Formula; New Strategies to Beat No-Limit Hold ’em Poker (8) by Arnold Snyder.