The Kaizen of Poker: How to Continuously Improve Your Hold’em Game

The Kaizen of Poker: How to Continuously Improve Your Hold’em Game

by Sheree Bykofsky
  • general-other-non-fiction
  • reference
  • sports
Take your poker game to the next level with the concept of Kaizen, or continuous improvement, introduced by successful poker maven Sheree Bykofsky. Identify your strengths and weaknesses and learn how to work them to your advantage, no matter your skill level with this new guide.


Sheree Bykofsky, author

A literary agent and author, Sheree Bykofsky is also an avid poker player and teacher. In 2005, Sheree placed first in the World Series of Poker Ladies’ Circuit Event. She finished first out of more than 400 players in an online tournament to win a seat at the WSOP. Sheree lives, works, and plays poker on the Jersey Shore.


  • Exceptionally well written and thoroughly user friendly in organization and presentation, The "Kaizen of Poker" is unreservedly recommended for personal, professional, community, and academic library poker instructional reference collections. - Midwest Book Review

Rights Holder

Rights Holder: ECW Press



rights available: World, excl. US

Additional Information

age range: Adult

number of pages: 320

publication date: 06/05/2018

Original language of pub: English

Materials Available: finished book