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Pot-Limit & No-Limit Poker

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This book explains how to play poker with pot-limit or no-limit betting. General theory is discussed, along with its application to several different poker forms, including holdem, Omaha, lowball, and seven-card stud.
Paperback, 224 pages
Published March 1st 1999 by Bob Ciaffone
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Michael
I may have learned a few things from this book, but mostly the information in this book can be found in other books that have much more information. This book is unique in that is does have hypothetical examples for you to choose how best to play, but not enough to buy the book.
Jeffrey
Hilarious and entertaining. Also offers some good advice on games I don't see too often.
Jukka
Kinda ok book if you want the basics for several better known poker variations in one book, but nothing you can't find elsewhere. Book is also written from nit perspective, which takes away most of its appeal.
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