Best Poker Book (not strategy)
What do you think is the best non-strategy poker book?
One of a Kind
by Nolan Dalla and Peter Alson: About Stu Ungar's rise and fall. Very informative about his life and how he absolutely dominated in gin prior to moving to poker. Unfortunately, drugs and sports betting got the best of him.
Deal Me In
by John and Marvin Karlins: Wide range of stories pertaining to how the biggest names in the game became big names. A lot of interesting stories in here.
Every Hand Revealed
by Gus Hansen: About Hansen's 2007 Aussie Millions Championship win for $1.2 million. It details all his moves. Hansen has been getting crushed recently, but it's still a good book.
The Dark Side of the Felt
by Tyler Nals: Loosely based on true story. Nals plays in dangerous underground poker games
on Long Island and in Charlotte: pistol-whipping, robberies, police busts, strippers, hustlers, etc.
Best one? Any others to add to the list?