Our next book, Applications of No-Limit Hold ’em; A Guide to Understanding Theoretical Sound Poker by Matthew Janda has now been sent to our index builder. This means we’re on schedule for a mid-May release and expect to have the book in full distribution by the end of that month. This will be a major work in this field with the text coming in at 500 pages. The suggested retail price will be $39.95, but I’m sure a better price will be available in our Two Plus Two Store. In addition, the table of contents has also been posted in the thread titled “TOC for Applications of No‑Limit Hold ’em” in our Books and Publications Forum.
We’re being asked a lot about when the new Internet poker sites will start in Nevada and New Jersey. Unfortunately, we still have no new information, and our best guest is that as far as Nevada is concerned, we could see something up sometime in May, but that July is probably more realistic. As for New Jersey, we don’t know and don’t want to speculate. Hopefully, it will be sooner than later.
My understanding is that several sites are now in the testing phase, and once everything tests out well, we’ll see Internet poker here in Nevada. However, it’s also my experience that when you have massive computer programming involved, it can sometimes take longer than anticipated. Of course, we’re all waiting for the first sites to come up (even if it’s only here in Nevada).
Other than the above, I don’t have much else to report this month. So, please enjoy this month’s edition of our magazine.