Mike Exinger is a 21st Century Renaissance man...that's what he says, while others would say, “Cripes, he's had a lot of jobs.” Born in Ann Arbor, MI during the Truman administration, he's been a Banker, Radio DJ, University Professor, Freelance Writer, Jewelry Artist, and an Ice Cream Guy (that was his first job and his current one 40+ years later). He currently resides about 500 yards from the Pacific Ocean in Seaside, OR.
Writing credits include: Former freelancer with 100+ articles, including gaming magazines such as Casino, Casino Executive, Dalton’s Blackjack Review, Double Down, Thoroughbred Times, American Turf Monthly, HorsePlayer and Card Player.
Where to find Mike Exinger online
ABC’s of Craps: a Book for Beginners
It’s easy to spot the Craps tables: The crowd is energized and the action is hot. Many players never play this game – they think it too complex, with unusual jargon. Too bad – Craps is really a simple game to learn, and you can actually make money by playing smart. The ABC’s of Craps is for the beginning gambler who wants to learn how to play this classic casino game, and play it well.
ABC’s of 21: a Book of Blackjack for Beginners
Blackjack (Twenty-One) is one of the most popular games in any casino, with the lowest “casino edge” of any game. So why aren’t more people playing?
They don’t know how to play. They feel intimidated. They think slots give them a better deal. I can deal with all of these issues - Blackjack can be easy to learn, and with my systems it’s easy to learn how to win, too.
LET THE CHIPS FALL: A Collection of Short Stories About Gambling
This is a collection of short stories and articles that I have written over the years about poker, gambling, and the like. Gambling is such a fascinating subject - it encompasses all that life has to offer - opportunity, risk, fate, luck, and alcohol. Some of these stories have never been published, others were published a long time ago, and one actually won an award. Can you guess which one?
Be the King (of Small-Stakes Tournaments)
A Texas Hold ‘em poker book targeted specifically for those who play at small-stakes tournaments. This easy-to-read guide is specifically designed for “the poker novice and the nervous.” It contains real-world ideas and strategies to so that players can play aggressively (but not like a maniac), understand opponents’ thinking (and lack thereof), and make the final table. And win!
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Smashwords book reviews by Mike Exinger
on Dec. 24, 2011
This book is why not everyone should be allowed to be near a computer with uploading capability. These "stories" are so badly written...words cannot be found. Both here and in this book. Negative stars? YES.