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How to Make a Kickass Card Game!

by Tangela L. Hamilton Tangela L. Hamilton/Lrt Publishing (November 15, 2020)

A step-by-step guide to easily create your own card game. It comes complete with step explanations as well as web links to the same vendors used to create the Etsy bestselling card game "Bitch You Lyin'!"


What Does the Moon Smell Like?

by Anne Emery Ecw Press (May 31, 2008)

What Does The Moon Smell Like? is an all ages quiz book that feeds your brain tasty, bite-sized tidbits of cool science trivia. It tickles your brain while giving it a workout, so your brain won't even know...


What Does the Earth Sound Like?

by Eva Everything & Anne Emery Ecw Press (April 30, 2011)

?"This is a great book. It became a popular table game in the summer holidays with two teams competing with all your questions. It makes an excellent change from celebrity trivia." - Peter Gabriel, Rock and...


No-Limit Texas Hold'em

by Angel Largay, Amanda Storm & Eva Everything Ecw Press (August 31, 2006)

?Thousands have paid big bucks to learn winning poker strategies from Angel Largay - one of the world's most consistent winners in maximum buy-in no-limit games. Now, Largay offers a wider audience his poker...


Earn $30,000 Per Month Playing Online Poker

by Ryan Wiseman, Les Vandor & Laura Moisin Ecw Press (October 30, 2007)

Much like a pilot need not know the pure physics behind his flight, a skilled poker player need not know the pure mathematics behind winning poker play. Too often have poker books taken a purely theoretical...