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Winning Poker in 30 Minutes a Day contents


  • Are you a social or recreational poker player?
  • Would you like to improve your game and win a bit more often?
  • Do you have 30 minutes a day to spare?

There is a lot of material available for players trying to improve their poker game. However, much of the advice is rather advanced. It can be complicated and not always easy to implement at the table.

Winning Poker in 30 Minutes a Day is different. It keeps the advice simple and direct and enables you to learn the basics of winning at no-limit hold’em with the help of over 30 appropriate and creative exercises.

The aim of this book is not to turn an already very good player into an expert. The aim is to take a regular Joe (or Jane) and make him or her good enough to beat social and recreational games.

Poker is a lot more fun when you are winning and this book will give you the tools to enable you to win.

Finally A Must Have Instructional Poker Book (easy to comprehend)

A number of poker players reach out to me weekly and ask: “how do I begin to win more consistently at poker, and what book is a must to read?” Until now, I would have to refer them to a number of quality poker books available through online purchases; however Ashley Adams has made my referrals to them much easier with his recent comprehensive poker publication: “Winning Poker in 30 Minutes a Day.”

Ashley’s new book provides a sound, “solid, aggressive,” poker foundation, sometimes referred to as a “tight aggressive” style of play. His 200 page guide to transform novice and beginning players into winning players is laid out perfectly, instructing the player at every juncture: selecting the right game, seat selection, pre-flop awareness, post flop play on every street, and “more.”

Let’s now talk about “more.” Ashley provides detailed exercises, rules, and experienced tips that smartly arm’s the reader with more poker skills (“tools”), to deploy at the tables. A number of chapters within his book are essential for players to understand and develop their game further to compete in today’s game.

He titled it with “30 Minutes a Day,” however I bet you can’t put it down after only 30 minutes. It’s an excellent read and the blueprint for those wanting to spend a limited amount of time each day to move their game to the next plateau. Rarely do I suggest you buy a book immediately, however this might be the exception. By the way, those of you that are not beginning or a novice poker player, and are at a slightly higher level, but struggling, this book can fix your losing ways very quickly. Well worth the small investment of the purchase, investment of time, and practice implementing his clearly presented and detailed poker instruction.

Allen Spath, PositivePokerInsiders

If you’re a recreational player, Ashley Adams’ Winning Poker in 30 Minutes a Day could be the kick-start your poker game needs to become a more competent and, dare we say it, a more consistently winning poker player. For a semi-pro, it will serve as an excellent reminder for some tactics you should be already employing. It may not help a full-time pro that much, but the book could be useful during periods where the professional is having a tough time. Overall, Ashley Adams’ Winning Poker in 30 Minutes a Day can offer something to everyone – if you’ve got 30 minutes a day to really study!

Earl Burton,

While Winning Poker in 30 Minutes a Day is not going to be the master strategy book of the year for players who are already running a good profit, turning recreational break even players into profitable players is something that isn’t easy to do, and as such, this book should be very popular. Adams talks about it more detail via his interview page at DandBPoker, who again have produced another excellent poker book that should appeal to the masses.

Bitesize poker advice that doesn’t take up too much of your time per day but will make you a better player is a great idea and always will be. Picking up Winning Poker in 30 Minutes a Day might be a good decision you make this year and Adams book is one we could really see the merit in buying if you’re a player looking to beat entry level opponents.

Paul Seaton,