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Zachary Elwood
Works at Via Regia Publishing
Attended Savannah College of Art and Design
Lives in Portland, Oregon
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Zachary Elwood

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Next Phil Ivey.
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You guys should really take this video down. It's just embarrassing for you. 
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Zynga, you guys are owning yourself hard with these videos. Just embarrassing for you, really. Trying to help. 
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Work
Occupation
Writer
Skills
Explaining complex ideas clearly
Employment
  • Via Regia Publishing
    Writer/Project Manager, present
    Over the last few years I've written and published two non-fiction, instructional books on poker. The first was Reading Poker Tells. The second was Verbal Poker Tells. These books have done very well, getting great reviews from both amateur and professional-level poker players. I've played and studied poker seriously, on and off, for more than ten years. For three of those years I played professionally. I've always thought that there were better books to be written about poker behavior than what was out there. Eventually I decided I'd try to write them myself.
  • Graphic Products
    Technical Writer, 2012 - 2013
    I was the only dedicated onsite technical writer. I researched and wrote the end-user guides and manuals for several of the company's proprietary hardware and software products. I also wrote promotional how-to guides on how to implement the company's solutions.
  • Convergence Training
    Instructional Designer, 2009 - 2012
    Convergence Training is a company that specializes in creating multimedia workforce training products (many of them using 3D animation) for industrial and manufacturing companies. During my time at Convergence, I researched and wrote training scripts for some large industrial companies. For example, some jobs required me to go to a facility and study their factory line and then create a training project to educate workers on how those machines and stations worked. I also created generic, off-the-shelf training on a myriad of complex subject matters, such as overhead crane operation, industrial pipe maintenance, and electrical dangers.
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Portland, Oregon
Previously
Maryland - Savannah, Georgia - Southern Maryland - Albuquerque, New Mexico - Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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A writer looking for interesting opportunities
Introduction
I've written some things. 
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Wrote a book on poker tells that many people think is the best in the world. Also recently released a new book called Verbal Poker Tells.
Education
  • Savannah College of Art and Design
    Video/Film, 1997 - 2001
    Video and film production, scriptwriting, lighting
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Zach Elwood
I've used Car Forensics a few times; a couple times when I didn't want to drive the car due to being afraid of messing it up more. I appreciate the convenience of having someone come to me and make a diagnosis. I also appreciate getting to know my mechanic. The owner, Shelby, seems like a really genuine guy who is really interested in cars. He's taught me a lot about cars just from talking to him a few times about the car problems. He's been very fair to me in all the dealings I've had with him and has gone above and beyond what I expected. He seems like he's really trying to build a company with a great reputation that will stand the test of time. I recommend them.
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Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
To the people complaining about coupons that the new owner doesn't honor: you realize you are complaining about a completely new business, don't you? The owner is a completely new owner and the previous owner's coupons have nothing to do with his business. Your ignorant complaints are akin to you acquiring coupons from a Taco Bell, having the Taco Bell shut down, having a McDonalds open in its place, and then complaining that the McDonalds doesn't take your coupons.
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
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