Gordon Cadden wrote:Stewart Reuben was a pioneer in this field. His poker and chess memoirs, can be found in "Poker 24/7", published by D & B publishing.
Essential reading !
David Sedgwick wrote:I once bought a percentage of Stewart Reuben
John Upham wrote:See http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-15272675
Can chess learn anything from this? I'm sure the answer is "Yes" but are we too conservative to do so?
This reminded me of a chess player or two...... is what's known as a grinder - someone who doesn't win giant pots at glamorous events,
Stewart Reuben wrote:A bit like not teaching s*x education when I was a teenager.
Stewart Reuben wrote:I am pleased to read about Neil's initiative. I have thought of offering to conduct a class about gambling to older school pupils. I've not done anything about it because I assumed schools wanted to keep quiet about gambling. Then, they hope, people won't indulge. A bit like not teaching s*x education when I was a teenager.
Phil Makepeace wrote:It's fairly ludicrous that Rupert Elder isn't mentioned in that article.
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