The top 16 of the World Book Fair has been decided

The top 16 of the World Book Fair has been decided

After a week of voting on Twitter, the round of 16 of our first Book World Cup created for the Chasing Poker Greatness podcast has arrived.

The current favorite is The Biggest Bluff by Maria Konnikova, as the book won both top-vote contests. But critically acclaimed classics like “Harrington On Hold’em,” “Every Hand Revealed,” “The Mental Game of Poker,” and “Elements of Poker” are still in the running.

These are a total of 16 transitions for this round:

  • Jason Su “Poker With Presence”, Qui Nguyen “From Vietnam to Vegas!”.
  • Bill Chen’s “Math of Poker” VS Jared Tendler‘s “The Mind Game of Poker”
  • Author of “The Biggest Bluff” : MariaKonnikova VS “PKO Poker Strategy” by Dara O’ Kearney & Barry Carter
  • Chris Moreman and ByronJacobs VS Mo The Erman Book of Poker “The Professor, the Banker and the Suicide King” from Michael Craig
  • Paul McGuire Lost Vegas VSGus Hansen “Every Hand Revealed”.
  • “Excelling At No-Limit Hold’em” by Jonathan Little VS “Harrington On Hold’em” by DanHarrington.
  • Tommy Angelo’s “Elements of Poker” vs Michael Acevedo’s “Modern Poker Theory”
  • Jonathan Levy Fold?” VS “The Exploitative Game in Live Poker” by Alex Fitzgerald“.

The Round of 16 will be Sunday, August 30th at 8pm on the Chasing Poker Greatness Twitter. We invite you to vote for your favorite player.

The top 16 of the World Book Fair has been decided

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  • This text provides an update on the round of 16 for the Book World Cup created for the Chasing Poker Greatness podcast. It highlights the current favorite book, “The Biggest Bluff” by Maria Konnikova, while also mentioning other well-regarded poker books still in contention. The text ends by inviting readers to vote for their favorite player in the upcoming round of 16.

  • This text introduces the round of 16 for the Book World Cup created for the Chasing Poker Greatness podcast. The current favorite is The Biggest Bluff by Maria Konnikova, but other acclaimed classics like Harrington On Holdem and Every Hand Revealed are still contenders. The round of 16 will take place on Sunday, August 30th, and invites readers to vote for their favorite player.

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