The Dark Side of the Felt

The Dark Side of the Felt By Tyler Nals, The Dark Side of the Felt You know those guys who play poker for millions of dollars on television I m not one of those guys Instead I risked my life on a nightly basis playing in underground poker games on Long Island and in
  • Title: The Dark Side of the Felt
  • Author: Tyler Nals
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  • Page: 412
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  • The Dark Side of the Felt By Tyler Nals, You know those guys who play poker for millions of dollars on television I m not one of those guys Instead, I risked my life on a nightly basis playing in underground poker games on Long Island and in Charlotte This story is about how I managed to survive, but just barely.
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      Books Available The Dark Side of the FeltA Darker Side of the FeltA Fishy Poker TournamentPoker NotesPoker BlogFelt Hopper FloridaThe Poker OfficeThe Perfect RangeTwisted SickMindful of TricksRelentless FailureCove Valley Wilting StevenUpcoming Books Dog StoriesA Poker Player s JourneyFelt Hopper Vegas

    895 thoughts on “The Dark Side of the Felt”

    1. I m not a poker player I ve seen it on television and I ve heard of my friends playing The crux of the matter is, that I ve simply had no exposure to it But this book gave me a fine exposure of what the game is.What I enjoyed about this book was that it was for those people who loved poker It has been written by someone who loves poker and who understands the very fibers of the game.Is poker dangerous Maybe, as we learn in the book.Is it addictive Hell Yeah When the stakes are high and your earn [...]

    2. Pulls you straight into the action, so you immediately feel like you re there watching Written really well with drama, humor, action it engages you immediately and doesn t ease up Tense moments An exciting true story that s thrilling to read.

    3. From the title to the last word, I loved this book As a gambler myself, this book really spoke to me I really enjoy a good thriller, but add in the intensity of the poker tables and you ve got the workings of an amazing story The main character felt real as he desperately tried to win and keep his life together at the same time His problems with his girlfriend were familiar to me, as gambling heavily does cause conflict with all your relationships I was sucked in to this book the entire time and [...]

    4. Very good book, as a poker player I was looking for a book to teach as well as be an enjoyable read Tyler does an excellent job of showing you how poker is played and different strategies that can be used, while also engaging the reader in a story with a great charector and intricate plot twists Must read for any and all poker enthusiasts

    5. Nice book with real poker I love the semi realistic point of vue To be read by poker players as much as curious people.

    6. If I could give this book 3.5 stars I would, but I refuse to contribute to its already bloated score by rounding up to four.This is an entertaining book There are times Tyler Nals makes some astute and hilarious observations That said, it roams far too often Nals goes off on tangents almost as often as he gives horrible poker advice It is clear Nals knows a thing or two about poker He gives some great pointers, but as someone who has been a professional poker player since age 18 I m 27 now I lau [...]

    7. Quick, easy, enjoyable read Chapters are mostly stand alone stories of poker outings, so I would have liked a little structure I wouldn t rank it as highly as it seems to rank amongst other Classic poker books, but, still makes a great vacation read.

    8. Like non fiction regarding pokerThink it was interesting but I personally like to real non fiction poker books I think the author needs a good editor.

    9. I m fairly certain I just read a bit of nonfiction in disguise And now I want to go play poker My list of vices seems to be lacking and poker, as I read it here, would fill it out nicely But it s so risky I may not have the nerve for it.Both the allure and the danger of the game are brought into sharp relief in this tale that reads like an extract from someone s life It s undeniably exciting From the opening friendly game in a garage to the next in the South Bronx, and another down South in Char [...]

    10. Brian This book should have begun At The Mansion Prior to that it was a ridiculously horrible read almost 200 pages of patience as the main character continuously puts himself in situations he does not feel comfortable with and thenrprise, does anyway Along the way, treated to one _ after another Did you really need to explain what AK off means The character himself was somewhat of a douche, feeling comfortable criticizing others personalities, then acting exactly the same way and feeling good a [...]

    11. It s an easy read and will appeal to the poker enthusiast who can understand what it s like to be in a few situations that the protagonist finds himself in But don t expect a riveting story or a solid plot It s really a loose collection of stories and anecdotes, which might turn off those who don t play or understand the game of poker at all.

    12. Loved this read Great that it contained Charlotte , NC content Disappointed to read the last page when I discovered loosely based on real events statement I guess I already knew but wanted to believe.

    13. Glad it was you and not meThis is my third book of Tyler s I love his personal writing style, like he s just sitting around the poker table telling stories , and they re good stories

    14. A decently enjoyable story, especially if you re a poker player, but at the end I felt a little like it was a story a friend might have told than a novel.

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