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Emperor of Poker
Emperor of Poker
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"To outplay a man in poker is to own him in mind, wallet, and soul." - Joey Fiore, World Series of Poker champion.

Have you ever dreamed of becoming a millionaire overnight? It was the start of the poker boom and that was the dream of millions of poker players around the world. All types of geniuses, gamblers, and hustlers flocked to poker rooms with ambitions of making it big. Follow Joey, a teenager with the special ability of an empath, as he rises to challenge the greatest poker players in existence.

Empath: someone with the abnormal ability to experience the thoughts and emotions of others. (*This is a real life ability.)

*Like other sports or game novels, you don’t need to understand poker to enjoy this novel. It’s written in a reader-friendly manner. While I’ll introduce poker basics at a gradual pace in the background, the focus will be on thrilling competitions and dramatic aspects that everyone can relate to.

*Will upload 4 chapters every week on Sunday

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Average-looking Protagonist Card Games Character Growth Charismatic Protagonist Charming Protagonist Clever Protagonist Comedic Undertone Coming of Age Confident Protagonist Cunning Protagonist Determined Protagonist Gambling Game Elements Gamers Genius Protagonist Hidden Abilities Lucky Protagonist Mob Protagonist Modern Time Past Plays a Big Role Past Trauma Poor Protagonist Shameless Protagonist Special Abilities Strategic Battles
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      Aug 5, 2020

      This the my favorite gambling novel. The MC is written perfectly. If know poker, then this is really good for you. If do not know poker, then this is really good for you.

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      Status: c30
      Aug 1, 2020

      This is simply an excellent story. There's drama, comedy, and most importantly poker. I'm learning how to play while reading it without even trying and the poker scenes and dialogue are quite amazing.

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      Status: c50
      Aug 25, 2020

      Great story and great games. Plot, characters and development as well as grammar. Laughed out loud a few time too. Thank you author. :)

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