Thursday, 24 May 2018
Category: Book reviews

Gus Hansen’s “Every Hand Revealed”

I mainly picked up this book because it was advertised as an opportunity to get inside the mind of one of the best poker players of all time, famous for – or maybe notorious? – his aggressive, and some would say reckless, playing style. Now, as someone who pretty regularly plays poker with friends, I […]

Lawrence Scanlan’s “The Horse God Built”

For many people, one of the most addictive and interesting gambling options is horse racing! It might not appear to be so at first, but the adrenaline rush one feels as they watch their favorite horse and the jockey race through the finish line cannot be compared with many different excitements. Imagine all of this […]

Nick Hornby’s “Fever Pitch”

People often say that the biggest religion in the world is not even religion – it is football! I can’t help but agree with this, especially since football takes up a great part of my childhood and adult life. Ever since I could walk, I would run around with a ball, and I guess if […]

“Casino Royale” by Ian Fleming

Ever since I was a child, I would spend my Saturday afternoons watching movies with my friends, and on many of those occasions, I had a lot of fun watching James Bond movies. I grew up with the stories of the handsome secret agent with a cool catchphrase and awesome gadgets, but it was until […]

The “For Dummies” Book Series

Countless of times in your life, you find yourself in a situation where you have no idea how to do something. If you have a know-it-all in your family, you could turn to them, but almost no one is that well-versed in technology, sports, mechanics, maths, biology… It might be much easier to turn to […]