Drawing Cards: Why Use Poker Strategies?; The End Game: Investing for the Long-Term; Avoiding Tilt: The Psychology of Poker and Investing; Table Leader: Negotiate From Power; Bluff or Fold: Effective Negotiating No Matter What Hand you Are Dealt; All-In: Climb the Corporate Ladder and Win; Top Pair: How Successful Poker Players and Businesspeople Think; Pocket Aces: Playing to Win; Glossary.
David Apostolico (West Chester, PA), the winner of numerous poker tournaments in Las Vegas, Atlantic City, and the burgeoning online casino scene, is the author of Tournament Poker and the Art of War, Lessons from the Pro Poker Tour, Machiavellian Poker Strategy, and three other books on poker. In the business world, Apostolico has been an attorney for law firms in New York and Philadelphia, specializing in mergers and acquisitions, public offerings, debt and equity financings, and general corporate advice. He has sat on the board of directors of numerous companies and has appeared on NBC's The Apprentice.
""Every business student and entrepreneur should read Poker Strategies For A Winning Edge In Business. The biggest poker games in the world have nothing to do with the green felt and David Apostolico has managed to translate his intimate knowledge of poker into a valuable roadmap to more effective business practices and strategies." --Steven Lipscomb; Founder, President and CEO of the World Poker Tour "A corporate attorney and a poker player...a dangerous combination, especially if you're on the receiving end. Apostolico is a master of both rarefied arts, as well as the most readable of writers. I'm amazed, and very grateful, that he's chosen to share his trade secrets with us. You will be, too--whether in business, or poker, or both. In the end, as he argues so persuasively, they require uncannily similar skills." --Anthony Holden, author of Big Deal and Bigger Deal "The principles to win at poker are the same for succeeding at business and this book hits them all." --Antonio Esfandiari, World Poker Tour winner; World Series of Poker bracelet winner