Lederer's Poker Advice Sells for Just $0.10

Lederer's Poker Advice Sells for Just $0.10

Monday, 4 August 2014

Howard Lederer's stock in the poker world used to be up there with the best. The former Full Tilt boss was not only revered for his work with the online poker site but for his results at the table.

Yes, he may have been somewhat tight, but a few years ago his strategy advice was sought after by a slew of aspiring young pros.

However, fast forward a few years and it seems the American's stock is now at an all-time low. In fact, a bundle of Howard Lederer's Secrets of No-Limit Hold'em has just sold for $0.10 each.

During an auction that saw thousands of old Full Tilt products go under the hammer, 15,609 copies of Lederer's instructional DVD were sold for $1,560.90.

To add further insult to injury, 22,372 copies of Howard Lederer Tells All went unsold.

The auction was organised by J. Sugarman Auction Corp and fused brought live and online bidders a selection of outdated stock from the former Full Tilt store.

Other items that were sold to the highest bidder include: 5,000 cat stress balls for $0.02 each, a few thousand Full Tilt hat for $0.30 each and a set of Full Tilt folding chairs for $12 each.

Tags: Howard Lederer, auction