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  1. That's one pricey book.IMO
  2. Pricey!
  3. $117 for a BOOK? Thats absurd..
  4. $117, lol? Maybe 5-10 players in the world I'd pay $100+ to read a book about, sadly this fellow does not show up on said list.
    Edited By: the_dean22 Nov 29th, 2011 at 10:25 PM

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  5.  
    Originally Posted by the_dean22 View Post

    $117, lol? Maybe 5-10 players in the world I'd pay $100+ to read a book about, sadly this fellow does not show up on said list.

    ^pretty much this
  6. yeah library ftw!
  7. Imo Jared Tendlers book is better value for money and hes a qualified psychologist- having said that im sure Tri has done his research on this
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  8. but u can get it for a much better price if you use that p5's code :P
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  9. He intends on making his 2nd million by selling his book at that price. Lol, what a joke.
  10. Like anybody would buy a book from a complete unknown for over 100 bux... I at least never heard of him and dont rly care if he binked 1M in a wsop or something lol. Id rather buy a gboro or moorman book for like 1k than this.
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  11. he has sold books for something crazy like 800$ or something. I think even more. This is actually the lease expensive book I have ever seen him sell.
    Edited By: DrDankRx23 Nov 30th, 2011 at 02:24 AM
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  12. This is the guy who co-authored the book "Let there be Range" with Cole South (CTS). The book was priced in the thousands lol

    I think Tri's name was SlowHabit or something like that.
  13. how many books can you even sell at that price? I mean, if it took him two years to write the book, how much does he want to recoup from the book? How much could he?

    in all seriousness, could this book even sell more than 200 copies?
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    Originally Posted by RedIceRap View Post

    Like anybody would buy a book from a complete unknown for over 100 bux... I at least never heard of him and dont rly care if he binked 1M in a wsop or something lol. Id rather buy a gboro or moorman book for like 1k than this.

    This
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  15. funny people pay $100 an hour for coaching but they mock forking over a little bit of money for a book.

    I've read several of tri's books and they were all quite good.

    tourney donks, imo
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    Originally Posted by the_dean22 View Post

    $117, lol? Maybe 5-10 players in the world I'd pay $100+ to read a book about, sadly this fellow does not show up on said list.

    i would pay upwards of $350 for a book written by you, gray
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    Originally Posted by RedIceRap View Post

    Like anybody would buy a book from a complete unknown for over 100 bux... I at least never heard of him and dont rly care if he binked 1M in a wsop or something lol. Id rather buy a gboro or moorman book for like 1k than this.

    First of all he's not unknown, unlike you. Second, people can and will pay over 100. I know that because he previously sold a book for over 1k..

    Selling a book for 100 that talks about making a million dollars, seems reasonable.

    Not saying I'm gonna buy it but don't knock it until you try it.
     
  18. I'd buy Moorman1's book for $1000 if he ever wrote one.
     
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    Originally Posted by apology7 View Post

    funny people pay $100 an hour for coaching but they mock forking over a little bit of money for a book.

     
    Originally Posted by ACgaming View Post

    Not saying I'm gonna buy it but don't knock it until you try it.

    agreed
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  20. An hour of training costs more than $100 from most trainers. I am not saying that I would pay $100 for a book, but the same people payings thousands of dollars for training, would possibly be interested in paying $100 for a book.
  21. should name next book how i lost my last million = asking people to overpay for a poker book lolz
     
  22. lol @ unknown. this guy is the sickest. co-authored let there be range and that other plo book (forgot the name). all you clueless p5s artards need to relax and stop hating.
     
  23. if you're serious about poker $117 isn't shit to invest in making yourself better. and its just that, an investment. thats like one $100 buy in that you'd prob donk out of anyway. ive paid over $200 for college textbooks, and i guarantee i could learn better money making skills from this book than those. besides, the guy made a mirrion dollars.*
    Edited By: clemsonrich Nov 30th, 2011 at 06:51 PM
    Reason: *pre black friday. post, nfw.
     
  24.  
    Originally Posted by ApesAreFun View Post

    $117 for a BOOK? Thats absurd..

    ABSURD! but in a way kinda sexy

    for $117 it better have pictures
     
  25. every1 is yelln 117 but its available for less than 90 bux buy it or dont.........use tht p5's code though .........
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  26.  
    Originally Posted by double_kyan View Post

    every1 is yelln 117 but its available for less than 90 bux buy it or dont.........use tht p5's code though .........

    Agreed that if you're going to buy it, the 10% off code P5 is the way to go.
     
  27. Well now we know how he really made his first million in poker... Raping on this book lol
     
  28. Certainly implies there is value in the price. Also is a clever way of getting free press. ZOMG over $100!?!?
    Edited By: Mr Galt Nov 30th, 2011 at 07:22 PM
    Reason: well, we know it wasn't a cure for acne
  29.  
    Originally Posted by random.chu View Post

    i would pay upwards of $350 for a book written by you, gray

    lol, ty mr. chu. I'll be sure to reserve u a copy of the graybone poetry compilation volume 1

    Wacky, while I def understand ur point that a 1-on-1 training lesson typically costs around 100$, I personally think that a coaching lesson with one-on-one teaching and interaction with a top tier player, is going to be far more beneficial to a mid level player than reading this book will be. It's crazy how many leaks I can spot in one hour of watching a low/mid stakes player grind while doing a lesson, as opposed to someone just reading about what they "should" do in tournaments, rather than having it explained to you in-game. Best of luck to this guy, I just think he mighta benefited from a lil supply/demand study and realize his price point is a tad high