Texas Hold’em Self Defense

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Every single day across this country people are taught ways to save their life from the bad guy, only to end up in jail for assault if their training works as advertised. They are taught to gamble their life and freedom on what they are told is fact. Self-defense is not like high stakes gambling, it is the highest stakes gambling. If you are going to gamble – do it right. To do it right you need to know how the game is played, what the rules are, and you really need to understand the odds. That is where this book comes in. Texas Hold’em Self-Defense will teach you how to play the game, how much it costs, and how to turn the odds in your favor.


Ignorance, Myth, and Martial Arts


My new book, Ignorance, Myth, and Martial Arts is now available! Click on the image above!!! In this book I take a close look at some of the unexamined practices within the martial arts. Over 62,000 words and only three pictures, this is not the typical martial arts “how to” manual. If you liked Slapping Dragons, you will love Ignorance, Myth and Martial Arts! You can use the discount code FWX2KUNR to get a discounted price for readers of my website! I hope you all enjoy!

Kindle Version of I, M and MA is now live!


The Kindle version of Ignorance, Myth and Martial Arts is now live! You can click on the image above to be taken directly to the Kindle page and start reading in under a minute!

I also want to say a huge ‘Thank you’ to all of you who have been so kind and helpful in getting the word out, it is truly appreciated!


This is my book Slapping Dragons. Amazon has it for $19.99, Kindle edition is $4.99

All too often, martial artists surrender their intellectual freedom and opt instead to accept without thinking the strange and unbelievable claims made by so-called masters and experts in the martial arts. In this book I take a close look at the claims and ask questions about the basis for such acceptance. Some of the claims are harmless, but some can get you killed if you follow them, and so questions need to be asked. Often, asking questions on the subjects can be compared to slapping a dragon, in that the questions are usually unwelcome by a lot of instructors. But I believe that there are times when Slapping Dragons is exactly what we need to do. This book contains expanded articles comprised from the best of this website as well as new material.

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