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Item #: 1766 -
The strategies in this book are designed for medium-limit games, the $15/$30 limit games with a $2 ante and a $5 bring-in. Discusses the cards that are out; number of players in the pot; ante stealing; playing big, medium and small pairs; three flushes and three straights; randomizing your play; pairing your door card on fourth and all the remaining streets; defending against possible ante stealing; scare-card strategy; buying a free card; and playing in tightly structured games. Includes a...
Item #: 959 -
Offers a tight but aggressive approach for medium limit games: $10/20 up to $30/60. Includes discussions of the first two cards in early, middle and late position, live blinds, late position blind, strategic concepts, semi-bluffing, the free card, slow playing and check raising. This revised version has 100 additional pages that cover loose games, short-handed games, playing the first two cards, semi-bluffing, the free card, inducing bluffs, staying with a draw, playing when a pair flops,...
Item #: 1791 -
The author of numerous books on gambling theory, Sklansky believes the reason why most people don't excel at the beatable game of blackjack is because they think expert play is too hard. He does away with the charts and tables and breaks the game down into everything you need to beat this popular game. 140 Pgs. 1999
Item #: 1011 -
There are many thousands of people around the country who make a good living from gambling. The key idea is to understand which games are beatable and how to beat them. Sklansky and Malmuth have spent many years writing about the finer points of poker, blackjack and other beatable games. This book, however, was written for the not-quite-as-experienced aspiring gambler. It shows you everything you need to learn and do if you want to gamble for a living both from the practical and technical...
Item #: 958 -
This is the revised version of the 1976 edition, updated for today's double blind structure. Considered one of the most important poker books of the past 25 years, it contains 30% new material including clarifications and rearrangement of some of the original work. Geared for the low-limit beginner who wants to know how to get started, understanding pre-flop values, the importance of position, flops you want, and strategy, including playing smart before the flop, slow playing and...
Item #: 1790 -
A combination of Sklansky on Razz and Essays on Poker. The essays section contains chapters discussing such concepts as having a plan, choosing your game, playing according to your bankroll, the three levels of expert poker, middle-round strategy, what your opponent reads you for, the protected pot, saving the last bet, extra outs, how to play a tournament, and many others. The razz section will show you how the experts play this form of poker. Not only are the rules and structure of the game...
Item #: 353 -
Card expert Malmuth analyzes Card Domination, Theoretical Concepts, Blackjack Biases, back counting, doubling down on aces, tournament strategy, cheating tip-offs, money management fallacies, crowded vs. empty casinos, and heads-up play. Index 242 Pgs. 2000
Item #: 870 -
This is must reading for option traders because of its sharp advice on hedging and middling, and equally important for sports bettors and pari-mutuel bettors. Discusses the mathematics of gambling; poker; blackjack; even slot machines. 248 Pgs.1992
Item #: 834 -
Gambling expert Malmuth covers topics ranging from non-self weighting strategies; sequencing; inversely correlated poker games to theory in practice; fluctuations; money management; computing standard deviation; poker lotteries; betting and game theory. Also briefly discusses pai gow poker and super pan poker. 310 Pgs.1994
Item #: 2147 -
In one of the top general poker books of all time, Sklansky discusses theories and concepts applicable to almost every variation of poker, including 5-card draw high, 7-stud, holdem, lowball draw, and razz. Covers deception, bluffing, raising, slow-play, position, psychology, head-up play, game theory, and implied odds. 242 Pgs. 1994