Whatever your poker level — beginning, intermediate, or expert — you can always improve!
In The Kaizen of Poker, Sheree Bykofsky will help you take your game to the next level — and to the level after that. By learning how to identify and focus on the skills and strategies you need to improve most, you will find yourself raking in more pots and leaving the game a winner far more often. Do you play too many hands? Bluff too little or ineffectively? Not know how to read the other players’ strategies and cards? Take the “Morning After Challenge” and start outplaying the opponents you want to emulate. Expanding on Secrets the Pros Won’t Tell You About Winning Hold’Em Poker by Lou Krieger and Sheree Bykofsky, here she takes the Japanese concept of “Kaizen” — continuous improvement — and applies it to the card game we all love best.
A literary agent and author, Sheree Bykofsky is also an avid poker player and teacher. In 2005, Sheree placed first in the World Series of Poker Ladies’ Circuit Event. She finished first out of more than 400 players in an online tournament to win a seat at the WSOP. Sheree lives, works, and plays poker on the Jersey Shore.
“Sheree Bykofsky approaches poker like a philosopher and gives practical instruction with the skill of a surgeon.” — Richard Vetere, author of the novel Champagne and Cocaine
“Just when you think it’s all been written before, The Kaizen of Poker offers a fresh perspective and the perfect blend of strategy, philosophy and situational poker. It will earn me more money than any book I’ve read in years.” — David Apostolico, author of Tournament Poker and The Art of War
“Whether utilizing its sound advice, industry expert quotes, or drawing on the wisdom of the ages, The Kaizen of Poker can help us all improve and better our poker game.” — Kenna James, 20x Poker Champion and Professional Coach
“Sheree is living proof you can be a lovely, spiritual, giving person — and yet a ruthless, take-no-mercy killer when it comes to poker. She might bluff you at the table, but The Kaizen of Poker is ‘the nuts,’ as we say.” — Richard Roeper, film critic, Chicago Sun-Times
“Exceptionally well written and thoroughly user friendly in organization and presentation, The Kaizen of Poker is unreservedly recommended for personal, professional, community, and academic library poker instructional reference collections.” — Midwest Book Review