If I check it on my laptop it's $9.99, if I check it on my smartphone, it's $12.69. I don't know why is that. However, it's currently the #1 New Release in the Gambling Table Games category, so that's good.
Sadly, sales have fallen a lot in the past few months. Please, again, consider buying a copy - the eBook is only $9.99 + local tax. I'm releasing the full table of contents, hopefully, you'll find some stories that you want to read.
Chapter 1 The First Mention of Poker
—Dragoon Campaigns to the Rocky Mountains
Chapter 2 Dead-Man’s Hand
Chapter 3 Forty Years a Gambler on the Mississippi
Chapter 4 He Was James Bowie
Chapter 5 The Legend of “Poker Alice” Ivers
Chapter 6 Mark Twain’s Love for Poker
Chapter 7 Arnold Rothstein’s Deadly Poker Debt
Chapter 8 Bugsy Siegel’s Flamingo Casino
Chapter 9 The “Literary and Hunting Club”
Where Black Intellectuals Have Played Poker
Underground for 80 Years
Chapter 10 “This Game is 7-Card Stud”: Tennessee Williams’
A Streetcar Named Desire
Chapter 11 Richard Nixon’s Campaign, Funded by His Poker Winnings
Chapter 12 Johnny Moss vs. Nick the Greek —the Most Dubious Heads-Up Match
Chapter 13 Hold ’em Arrives: From Texas to Las Vegas
Chapter 14 The Birth of the world series of poker
Chapter 15 Super/System and the Early Advancements in poker strategy
Chapter 16 Stu Ungar’s Explosion onto the Poker Scene
Chapter 17 “A Chip and a Chair”— Jack Straus’ Incredible wsop Main Event Victory
Chapter 18 The Most Famous 72 bluff
Chapter 19 Johnny Chan, the Last Man to Defend the Main Event Title
Chapter 20 Archie “the Greek” Karas’ Crazy Run in Vegas
Chapter 21 Stu Ungar’s 10-High Call vs. Mansur Matloubi
Chapter 22 A Poker Hand Decides an Election
Chapter 23 The Advent of online poker
Chapter 24 The Comeback Kid
—Stu Ungar Wins the Main Event Again
Chapter 25 The Legendary Bobby’s Room
Chapter 26 “Pay That Man His Money” —John Dahl’s Rounders.
Chapter 27 The Corporation vs. Andy Beal
Chapter 28 Jennifer Harman’s Crash Course in 2-7 Draw
Chapter 29 Chris Moneymaker Wins the
WSOP Main Event and Changes the World.
Chapter 30 James Bond’s Straight Flush in Casino Royale.
Chapter 31 The Moby Dick of Online Poker
Chapter 32 The Potripper Cheating Scandal on Absolute Poker
Chapter 33 The Story of the Chip Reese Trophy
Chapter 34 Annette Obrestad, the Poker Wonder Teen
Chapter 35 Phil Laak’s WSOP Disguise
Chapter 36 The Rise and Fall of Isildur1
Chapter 37 The Durrrr Challenge
Chapter 38 Black Friday
Chapter 39 Phil Ivey’s Edge-Sorting Case Against Borgata
Chapter 40 Is Dan Bilzerian Actually a Poker Genius?
Chapter 41 The Man Who Flushed Fake chips down the Toilet
Chapter 42 Poker Player vs. Reverend: Should Online Poker Be Legal?
Chapter 43 Is More Rake Actually Better? The Never-Ending Internet Feud Between Doug Polk and Daniel Negreanu
Chapter 44 Libratus, Poker’s “Deep Blue” Moment
Chapter 45 A New Game in Town —the Rise of Short Deck Hold ’Em
Chapter 46 Who Is the Real Biggest Online Tournament Winner of All Time?
Chapter 47 The Biggest Tournament in Poker History
Chapter 48 Mike Postle, the Accused “Crotchripper” of Stones Gambling Hall
Chapter 49 The Fastest Dethroning—The WSOP Player of the Year Award Debacle
Chapter 50 The Story of the Galfond Challenge