Open-Face Chinese Poker Books and Further Reading
Ace on the River: Although written about the world of Texas Hold’em, this book was penned by Barry Greenstein who is a big fan of Open-Face Chinese Poker. This is a great book for any poker variant and for any poker fan who wants to learn what it takes to be a poker professional. Barry is a veteran and has been on tables with the best of the best in everything from Hold’em and Omaha to Stud and Draw, he knows his stuff and when you’re looking to learn, what better way than to learn from the best in the business?
Poker Player Magazine: This regular glossy magazine will keep you updated on all things Chinese Poker and Open-Face Chinese Poker. This magazine has had some of the biggest names in poker featured on its cover, including high rolling superstar Gus Hansen and Antonio Esfandiari. The magazine will cost you just a few dollars and it is worth every cent. The latest edition at the time of writing features a spread on why Open-Face Chinese Poker is going to be the next big thing, even more reason to check this magazine out!
http://www.professional-poker.com/games/chinese-poker.htm : If you have yet to play and learn Chinese Poker, from which Open-Face Chinese Poker was created, then check out this website. These simple instructions will teach you the game in just a few minutes, so that you can see OFC Poker in its original form. If you have yet to learn the rules of Open-Face Chinese Poker then this is also a great place to start, as it includes everything from the basic rules to the hand values, most of which apply to both variations of the game.
Two Plus Two: Two Plus Two is the biggest poker community on the internet, and the place where amateurs and professionals converge to discuss the game. There are plenty of posts, blogs and articles to read here and there is also a section dedicated to Open-Face Chinese Poker, which is growing day by day.