Texas Poker Wisdom, a poker novel, by Johnny Hughes

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Johnny Hughes

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Thanks for mentioning my poker novel, Texas Poker Wisdom, by Johnny Hughes. I write both fiction and non-fiction. Many of my stories are available free on my web site JohnnyHughes.com

I just discovered this web site because of the book list. Right off, I noticed the spelling of favourite and knew I was among Englishman. I definately, more than anything, want to visit England to play poker in some future years. There is an Englishman in my book who lives and plays in downtown Las Vegas. I would have posted a brief excerpt from Texas Poker Wisdom, if that is allowed. I would, of course, like to know what Englishmen think of my dialog.

In my next book, there is an Englishman, well known for his millions of posts on the web. He comes to West Texas for poker, lots of weird prob bets, all forms of gambling, and finally he is a murder suspect.

I'm from Lubbock, Texas home of Buddy Holly, Natalie Maines, and Joe Ely. I knew and played poker with Buddy both before and after he got famous. I was Joe Ely's first manager. Both had fantastic success in England. I am what you would call an Anglophile.

Johnny Hughes
 
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Welcome to the forum

Hope you stay and post some more, maybe even play a game or two with us.

We're a friendly lot and all poker nuts trying to improve, but not forgetting to enjoy it at the same time.

Enjoy :)
 
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Thanks, so much. I am working on a piece about Buddy Holly which I will share later.
Johnny Hughes
 
blankoblanco

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welcome johnny. i'm familiar with some of your stories from another poker forum and they're great stuff. hope you'll share many with us here
 
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Hiya, Johnny, and welcome. I'm sure there are those of us familiar with you through Iggy's blog (that, at least, goes for me).

I'm sorry to hear about your anglophilia. But, remember, admitting it is the first step to solving the problem. You're doing good so far, and we'll get you fixed in no-time.
 
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