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Item #: 930 -
World champion Harrington begins sharing his insight into success at cash games with chapters that look at basic ideas such as the four principles expectation, odds and outs, and bet types before moving on to the Elements of No-Limit Holdem, covering stack size in relation to hand selection, bet count tables, pot size and pot commitment. The third major section includes tight-aggressive play before the flop, followed by the same concept on the flop, heads-up, and against multiple opponents....
Item #: 183 -
Bakker writes how poker has changed immensely in the last few years. While once played only in casinos and home-games, it's now exceedingly popular on the Internet and has taken on a completely different aspect in terms of winning strategy. 'Analytical No Limit Hold 'em' provides the tools and theory needed for tough mid-stakes short-handed games, specifically those played online. It examines the latest techniques and strategies used by many of today's top players, and explains what strategic...
Item #: 935 -
No-Limit Hold 'em was once a game played almost exclusively in casinos. But during the last decade, the games growth has been fueled in part by the easy availability of online playing sites where participants can play cash games and tournaments 24 hours a day, every day. In Harrington on Online Cash Games, Harrington shows you the key ideas and skills that will let you master the online poker world which differs in some significant ways from the world of casino games. You'll learn how to...
Item #: 2116 -
Dealing poker is one of those occupations that looks easy when it is performed by a top-quality employee, and with effort, you or your staff can achieve this status. This text should help build and reinforce the skills necessary to perform the job well and to help establish a standard throughout the industry. 288 Pgs. 2009
Item #: 1584 -
The author covers the fundamentals of hand valuation, focusing on the thinking process. Covers pre-flop hand strength, short-stack play, wrap hands, blind stealing, marking aces, playing on the flop, pot size manipulation, blockers and other concepts. Illustrated with sample hands. 320 Pgs. 2009
Item #: 2199 -
Tournament poker is very different from standard ring game poker. While they might appear the same from a distance, there are many differences in proper strategy that are often unknown to many experienced cash game players. Some players excel at tournament poker. This is not luck - these are players who have a very strong understanding of what the proper strategy adjustments are, and when they come into play. It is no coincidence that the same players make it to final tables far more than...
Item #: 869 -
Miller presents the critical principles that expert players use: preflop hand valuation, domination, betting for value, protecting your hand, semi-bluffing, pot equity, pot odds, implied odds, free card plays, the importance of stack size, why chips change value in tournaments, and much more. Whether you play limit, no-limit, or tournament holdem, this book gives you a solid foundation. 206 Pgs. 2005
Item #: 809 -
A pocket-sized guide explains the differences of many of the most popular machines in use today; offering strategies for playing Jacks or Better; 10s or Better; Deuces Wild and Joker Wild. Many illustrations help you understand which cards to discard to try to improve your hand. For the person who hasn't yet grasped the 'fundamentals' behind the game, this is an excellent jumping off point. 68 Pgs. 1995
Item #: 807 -
Perfect for beginners. Discusses the history of craps, getting started, the layout, crew, and basics of play. Covers Right bets, the Pass Line, taking odds, and Come Bets. Next are the Wrong bets, the Don't Pass Line bet, laying the odds, and Don't Come bets. Explains multiple roll bets and one roll bets. 70 Pgs. 1995
Item #: 806 -
This pocket-sized beginner's book by casino expert Malmuth and Loomis reviews the basics including some rule variations you may face; basic strategy; card counting (including the high-low count). For novices who want a non-technical explanation of the game. 66 Pgs. 1993
Item #: 1073 -
Subtitled 'Essays on Holdem and General Concepts', this is a book on topics such as playing too many hands, self-weighting cold calls, short handed play, the strategic moment, and poker as therapy plus some thoughts about the effects of poker literature. Goes beyond strategy and into the realm of putting strategic concepts into action at the table. The author is a clinical psychologist who plays poker. 274 Pgs. 2000
Item #: 2120 -
Schoonmaker describes the role of personality factors, explaining why people play the way they do and how to adjust your strategies against them. The book is twofold: how to identify the psychological makeup of your opponents and take advantage of them, and identify your own psychological drawbacks, with ways to modify them. 329 Pgs. 2000