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Killer Poker Hold'em Handbook: Hold 'Em Handbook, a Workbook for Winners

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Discusses strategies and tactics for Texas hold 'em, the most popular form of poker in casinos and tournaments.
Paperback, 240 pages
Published August 1st 2004 by Lyle Stuart
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Mar 11, 2011 Tony rated it it was amazing
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If you are an intermediate poker player, you don't another book on starting hands, implied odds or the four types of players. You can read Harrington, Sklansky, or others for that, and you probably should reread those guys regularly.

At a certain point, you need to learn how to think like a poker player, and this book helps you there.

Admittedly, it's old and written for the Limit game, but in over 200 pages, that never mattered. What did matter is reminders to fix the leaks in your game. Remind
Feb 22, 2008 Spencer rated it it was ok
Vorhaus is a funny and smart writer about poker, but this book sucks. I recommend his free articles online.
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