Get a FREE Kindle version of Compete, Play, Win

Posted by Steve Ruddock on Aug 15, 2011 Posted in Commuity Submitted News | No Comments »

One of the poker world’s most well-known authors, David Apostolico, is offering readers his latest book free on Kindle for a limited time: Compete, Play, Win: Finding your Best Competitive Self. Compete, Play, Win has a list price of $22.95 for the hardcover version, but is currently available absolutely free as a Kindle download –even if you do not own a Kindle you can download a free Kindle app for either your iPhone or iPad.

Compete, Play, Win is not specifically geared toward poker players, but having been written by a poker writer/player, you will find plenty of references to the game, and ways to apply the advice contained within Compete, Play, Win to the poker tables.

You can read a complete review of Compete, Play, Win by David Apostolico here

You can read my interview with David Apostolico here

Apsotolico has penned numerous poker books including the highly popular Tournament Poker and the Art of War and Machiavellian Poker Strategy, as well as Poker Strategies for a Winning Edge in Business, Lessons from the Pro Poker Tour, and Lessons From the Felt, and three installments of The Pocket Idiot’s Guide series: Poker Bets & Bluffs, Casino Comps, and Tournament Poker.

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