Featured Author Arthur S. Reber
Arthur Reber has been a poker player and serious handicapper of thoroughbred horses for four decades.
He is the author of The New Gambler's Bible and coauthor of Gambling for Dummies. Formerly a regular columnist for Poker Pro Magazine and Fun 'N' Games magazine, he has also contributed to Card Player (with Lou Krieger), Poker Digest, Casino Player, Strictly Slots and Titan Poker.
He outlined a new framework for evaluating the ethical and moral issues that emerge in gambling for an invited address to the International Conference of Gaming and Risk Taking.
Until recently he was the Broeklundian Professor of Psychology at The Graduate Center, City University of New York.
Among his various visiting professorships was a Fulbright fellowship at the University of Innsbruck, Austria.
Now semiretired, Reber is a visiting scholar at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada.
- Op-Ed: Lederer and FTP Board Either Crooks or Naïve Kids
- The Worst Hand in Poker
- Why You're Afraid of Value-Betting the River
- Weighty Issues: Don't Let Cheap Chips Get You Down
- The Sunk-Cost Effect: Post-Flop Play Part IV
- Grit and the Grind: How Great Players Get Great
- F U: Why Swearing in Poker is Good For You
- Who Really Wins at Poker?
- What's Money Worth?
- "Good" Players vs. Winning Players in Poker