Did the book Ace on the river help your game out?
As the title states, I'm curious to know what fellow CC members thought of this book? I just read it for the 1st time ever personally (and I admit), I honestly found the book down right hilarious (that's just my take on it). While I did enjoy reading this book more so than most poker books
, I didn't really find that it helped me figure what I wanted to know in terms of poker, yet the book for me helped me out in terms of knowing the poker "life-styles", and more so to do with poker "etiquettes" (I mean I already knew about it), but the book helped me to understand why these "etiquettes" are so good to use and get into rather than being an ass to needle players.
It also was good to figure out exactly what is an acceptable/achievable win rate in terms of "live" play, obviously these "live win-rates" would depend on alot on you but it gave me a generalization of what to expect.
Yet it really didn't really help me improve my over all thought processes in terms of playing poker, which begged me to ask the question, am I missing something in which I need to re-read the book again, and if so how can I now exactly what to look for?
Exactly what did you (if you read the book), learn from it, and how did you incorporate this into your game over all