Winning Low-limit Hold'em by Lee JonesWinning Low-limit Hold'em by Lee Jones

Winning Low-limit Hold'em

byLee Jones

Paperback | June 30, 2005

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For the last ten years, Winning Low Limit Hold?em has been the reference standard introduction to Texas Hold?em. Experienced hold?em players give this book to their friends who want to learn the game. Recently updated and expanded to include coverage of online poker and no-limit hold?em single-table tournaments, this is the one book that you need to start your hold?em career. "I always thought poker was a game of luck. After reading Lee's book and applying the techniques recommended, it was as if I were in The Matrix. It all came clear to me. I simply saw the truth at the poker table." - Antonio "The Magician" Esfandiari, Winner, 2004 L.A. Poker Classic and 2004 World Series of Poker $2000 Pot Limit Hold'em event. "I wish this book had been out when I started playing hold?em, because it is a great way to learn the game. If you want to put yourself on the path to becoming a top hold'em player, Lee's book is the place to start." - Greg Raymer, Champion, 2004 World Series of Poker.
Title:Winning Low-limit Hold'emFormat:PaperbackDimensions:276 pages, 8.42 × 5.44 × 0.7 inPublished:June 30, 2005Publisher:ConJelCoLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1886070237

ISBN - 13:9781886070233

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great read, and sound advice This was the very first poker book I picked up when I decided I wanted to improve my game, and it was probably the best decision I could have made. While not without its drawbacks, the book is very clearly written and provides an outstanding introduction to many poker concepts. The book does have its critics though, who argue that the recommended playing style is too passive; and while I agree with this characterization, I think it’s important to keep in mind the author’s target audience. The seasoned poker player probably won’t find much of value here, but as an only recreational player, I found that it improved my game immensely. After a few months of mastering the techniques, though, you’ll be ready to move on to more advanced books such as Sklansky and Malmuth’s. Nonetheless, the material here helped turn me into a winning player at the lower limit Atlantic City games, and against the terrible players that can be found playing online these days – following up on another post here about sign-up bonus codes, I found that keeps their bonus codes updated, if you’re going to start playing online. When you want to move up in limits, you’ll probably want to pick up Hold’em Poker for Advanced Players or Small Stakes Hold’em, which advocate more aggressive play, but for any and all low to moderate stakes games, this book gives great advice.
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