David Sklansky Writing Styles in The Theory of Poker

David Sklansky
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Perspective

The book is written in the first person point of view with the narrator being the author. The first person works quite well for this kind of book. The purpose of the book is instructive and informational. The author is trying to teach the reader the finer points of his poker strategy and how to play according to his strategy.

David Sklansky is considered to be an expert in the area of poker. He is well qualified to write this kind of book, since he has won poker championships several times and is a well-known author and seminar leader in the field of poker. He is an expert that is giving advice to his readers.

The intended audience is not the newcomer to the game. Sklandky is not teaching the rules of the games in this book. His purpose is to teach strategy to those players who already...

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