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First published in 1943, this remains one of the classics on the game, going straight to the point on percentage play. The major sections cover how to play the odds, why you shouldn't pick an open card if it won't make a meld, when the first card should be picked up and how to avoid throwing your opponent a useful card. 64 Pgs. 1975
Item #: 1870 -
Focuses primarily on Five Stud. Excellent as a history of poker. Did you know the Straight, The Flush and the Straight Flush did not exist before the Civil War? 64 Pgs. 1934
Item #: 498 -
The Grand Old Man of Poker, Johnny Moss was among the most respected, feared and winning poker player anywhere. This biography concentrates primarily on his experiences as a gambler, his philosophies, plus some expert advice and strategy about play. 214 Pgs. 1981
Item #: 211 -
Reprint of a classic describing the rules and methods of play of European Baccarat en Banque and Chemin De Fer. A good read for players who want a view of the game that's not usually covered in books about American baccarat. 80 pgs, paperback, 1891
Item #: 1439 -
Fox wrote this book when draw poker was in its heyday in California's cardrooms and it has since become a classic. One of the best books on draw, it concentrates on the topics that are essential for pro players: position, frequency, distribution of playable hands, bluffing frequencies, eliciting calls, behavioral deductions, and when to call. Includes many math tables and dozens of psychological ploys. 343 Pgs.1977 Hardcover
Item #: 985 -
Entertaining stories translated from the original French descriptions of cheating techniques written by famed Eugene Villiod, who also wrote The Stealing Machine around the turn of the century. In the same amusing and informative style. 192 Pgs.1979
Item #: 949 -
Levy’s been gambling for 40 years. He’s made mistakes at the tables and he tells you how to avoid them. His advice is down to earth and logical. 'Arrogance and smug self-assurance are the quicksand that’ll gobble up a gambler’s bankroll,' he warns. He approaches gambling tables as one would a bear trap.This book is more than just about playing blackjack. It’s a clear journey around all the existing bear traps waiting for players, who either can’t manage their money or who go off on a 'tilt'...