Texas Hold'em Odds and Probabilities: Limit, No-Limit, and Tournament Strategies
Matthew Hilger, as both a player and author, has been greatly admired since his very clear and excellently organized, Internet Texas Hold'em, came out in 2003. He also has a website that's very popular with a forum discussing all kinds of issues which arise in poker, gaming, and life. With this book on Odds and Probabilities, he has added to his stature as an advisor becau...more
Paperback, 255 pages
Published June 1st 2006 by Dimat Enterprises
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A decent introduction to mathematical considerations in playing Texas Hold 'em. Some readers may be disappointed to find that the book spends more time discussing limit than no-limit play. My primary complaint is that the book is not very thoughtfully organized, particularly in the "Charts and Stats" section at the end. Here advice for limit and no-limit games is jumbled together, and you may not realize which is which until you happen to pick up the information in a footnote. A better book for...more