How Good is Your Pot Limit Hold'em? by Stewart ReubenHow Good is Your Pot Limit Hold'em? by Stewart Reuben

How Good is Your Pot Limit Hold'em?

byStewart Reuben

Paperback | May 1, 2004

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Learn this unique poker strategy from one of the best pot limit hold'em players in the world.
Title:How Good is Your Pot Limit Hold'em?Format:PaperbackDimensions:208 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.52 inPublished:May 1, 2004Publisher:D & B PublishingLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:190446808X

ISBN - 13:9781904468080

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Top Practical Guide to Improving your Pot Limit Omaha Poker This is the book on Pot Limit Omaha that really opened up my game and turned my planned loss learning to playing Pot Limit Omaha (PLO) into a large bankroll. It is a thin, relatively inexpensive book from England. The author is a chess master and recognized poker player known for relieving opponents of impressive amounts of money over the years playing PLO. In short: A solid practical winning player. The book is 100% situations where you play along, answer questions, and get scored on the results. Bring a pencil and eraser with you to read this book. Come to think of it ... bring two erasers ... This is a WORKBOOK, and requires time to finish, but since it is a lot of problems from real play, you can do them piece meal over time. Before this book, I had starting hands that were rigid and played position solidly, ... in other words "I was wound up way too tight" but this book is written in a very relaxed style, and one phrase unlocked my game: "If we only played top hands the game would hardly be worth playing at all" or words to that effect. This book allows you to 'sweat' a top player and listen to his thoughts, the bast way to learn IMHO. For beginners reading this, to 'sweat' a poker player is to allow that player to share his hole cards with you in an actual game. British humour in this book. You know, that dry, caustic comment from a possition of superiority that drives some people wild. I appreciate this Fawlty Towers kind of humour because ... well ... they are British ... . Great book and one of the top books for someone seeking to become a good Pot Limit Omaha player, becasue it teaches you to open up your game, a necessity for winning play. Very little ego massaging and Stewart lets his cards do the talking a very smart philosophy.
Date published: 2008-08-11