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ALL IN : FROM REFUGEE CAMP TO POKER CHAMP(PROMO)

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ALL IN : FROM REFUGEE CAMP TO POKER CHAMP(PROMO)

ALL IN : FROM REFUGEE CAMP TO POKER CHAMP(PROMO)

 YANG, JERRY

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Synopsis: ALL IN : FROM REFUGEE CAMP TO POKER CHAMP(PROMO)

In this intimate profile of an unlikely poker champion, the life story of Jerry Yang is laid out - from his difficult Hmong childhood to his success as a professional poker player. Born in the mountains of northern Laos, Jerry spent four and a half years in a Thai refugee camp after his family escaped the Communist forces. He endured horrific living conditions there and watched his family members die at gunpoint, but miraculously escaped and immigrated to the United States. From his first chance encounter with poker to winning the 2007 World Series of Poker, his struggles and achievements are chronicled here. It details Jerry's domination in the sport and how he uses his winnings to give back to the organisations that fed and clothed him during his childhood at the refugee camp. This autobiography is truly inspirational and is a reminder that the American dream is attainable for those with the courage and tenacity to pursue it.

Product Details

ISBN 9781605421889
Weight 0.54
Publisher GAZELLE BOOK SERVICES LTD.
Book Size (cm.) 160x235x31
Dimension Width(กว้าง)(CM) 5.8200
Dimension Length(ยาว)(CM) 8.9600
Dimension High(สูง/หนา)(CM) 1.2200
Language English
Number of Pages 300

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In this intimate profile of an unlikely poker champion, the life story of Jerry Yang is laid out - from his difficult Hmong childhood to his success as a professional poker player. Born in the mountains of northern Laos, Jerry spent four and a half years in a Thai refugee camp after his family escaped the Communist forces. He endured horrific living conditions there and watched his family members die at gunpoint, but miraculously escaped and immigrated to the United States. From his first chance encounter with poker to winni view all

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