I recently hosted a live webinar (click the link for a FREE 31 minute video) where I discussed and analyzed my play from a few sessions of live $1/$2 no-limit at Borgata. During these sessions I did quite well by getting blatantly out of line and exploiting my opponents’ specific tendencies. Since this webinar was so well received, and Strategies for Beating Small Stakes Poker Tournaments is constantly the #1 Kindle book, I have decided to make a new book about the strategies I used to crush the small stakes cash games. It will likely be titled Strategies for Beating Small Stakes Cash Games.
In order to make this book the best it can possibly be, I am enlisting your help. I realized after reading Strategies for Beating Small Stakes Poker Tournaments that some of you still had questions. In order to help fix this problem, which is constantly an issue with strategy books, I am going to let you submit your questions, which I will answer to the best of my ability in the book. Your questions can either be about specific topics or individual hands, as long as they pertain to small stakes cash games. While I cannot guarantee I will use every question, if I do use yours, I will give you credit in the book (assuming you do not want to remain anonymous).
*** Please submit your questions and your name in the comment box below this post***
I am also looking for a small number proofreaders who will get exclusive access to a section of the book before it is released to the public. I need the proofreaders to read and find any errors/typos within a week and return the fixed versions to me. Please apply for this job only if you are good at English. I will give all proofreaders credit in the acknowledgments section.
*** To apply to be a proofreader, email firstname.lastname@example.org and briefly tell me why you are qualified for the job***
I aim to have this book complete and available by October 2015, although it could take me a bit longer, depending on my poker schedule. I am looking forward to working with you to make this project a success.
Thank you for your help!