john daly at casino is a popular podcast dedicated to the game of craps and poker. It is hosted by John Daly (author of the book, The Spirit Level) and I play as the host.
You can listen to past episodes of the podcast here.
The first episode is from last year, and in it he discussed his new book, The Spirit Level.
Like most of the other podcasts hosted by John Daly, the first episode is a short one, and is about two minutes long. For the most part, he discusses the history of dice and how the game evolved and how it was changed by the advent of computers.
John Daly is perhaps best known for his books on gambling, and the Spirit Level is no exception. But we’re also discussing the history of casino games, and the evolution of the rules and games in general. John Daly is a very popular author for this, and we’re talking about his latest book, The Spirit Level, as well.
The Spirit Level is a book where Daly brings together the knowledge on the history of casino games and the evolution of the rules of a particular game. As he explains it, the Spirit Level is about the evolution of the rules of the game and what he thinks is the best playing style. It has an extensive section on the history, evolution, and rules for every game in the book.
As you can probably tell, I’m a huge fan of this book. I’ve read it twice. It’s extremely well written and well researched, and Daly’s approach is very very well explained. In addition to this, he is a very good speaker. While I’m not a huge fan of gambling itself, I highly recommend the book.
I have been considering getting it in the mail, but its currently available for purchase. I’ll probably grab it for my PSN account and see how it holds up.
As it turns out, the book is not actually available for purchase. It is a private, pre-order only publication. However, the book is extremely well-written and well researched, so I would highly recommend it as a must-read for anyone interested in games, gaming, and philosophy.
John Daly is the author of more than a dozen books about games, philosophy, and other topics, and his online forum is pretty well-regarded. I’ll update this review once I’ve read the book.