The Big Book of Poker

The Big Book of Poker

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This easy-to-read and oversized guide teaches you everything you need to know to win money at home poker, and in cardrooms, casinos and on the tournament circuit. Readers will learn how to bet, raise, and check-raise, bluff, semi-bluff, and how to take advantage of position and pot odds. Great sections on hold'em (plus, stud games, Omaha, draw games, and many more) and playing and winning poker on the Internet. Packed with charts, diagrams, sidebars, and detailed, easy-to-read examples by best-selling poker expert Ken Warren, this wonderfully formatted book is one stop shopping for players ready to take on any form of poker for real money. Want to be a big player? Buy the Big Book of Poker The first in Cardoza Publishing's new Big Book series, is guaranteed to teach players all aspects of the game.A 2 X X as your only two low cards is a terrible hand and should not be played. Ita#39; s too easy to miss the low draw and/or be counterfeited. 28. The highest cards to ... A 2 5 6 and A 2 6 7 will enable you to win both high and low when a wheel is possible. For example, if a 3 4 ... You need exactly one specific card on the flop to help this hand (the ace) and thata#39; s not the way to play poker. 34. 3 4 5 6, 4 5 6 7anbsp;...

Title:The Big Book of Poker
Author:Ken Warren
Publisher:Cardoza Pub - 2004


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