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The Theory of Poker

The Theory of Poker Pdf/ePub eBook Author: ,
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"Now, for the millions of poker players who know the basics, but do not fully understand the logic and principles of skillful play, here is a serious, comprehensive guide that shows how to think like a professional poker player"--Page 4 of cover.

The Noble Hustle

The Noble Hustle Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Colson Whitehead
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From the two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning author of The Underground Railroad and The Nickel Boys In 2011, Grantland magazine gave bestselling novelist Colson Whitehead $10,000 to play at the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas. It was the assignment of a lifetime, except for one hitch—he’d never played in a casino tournament before. With just six weeks to train, our humble narrator took the Greyhound to Atlantic City to learn the ways of high-stakes Texas Hold’em. Poker culture, he discovered, is marked by joy, heartbreak, and grizzled veterans playing against teenage hotshots weaned on Internet gambling. Not to mention the not-to-be overlooked issue of coordinating Port Authority bus schedules with your kid’s drop-off and pickup at school. Finally arriving in Vegas for the multimillion-dollar tournament, Whitehead brilliantly details his progress, both literal and existential, through the event’s antes and turns, through its gritty moments of calculation, hope, and spectacle. Entertaining, ironic, and strangely profound, this epic search for meaning at the World Series of Poker is a sure bet. An NPR Best Book of the Year Look for Colson Whitehead’s new novel, Harlem Shuffle, coming this September!

Caro's Book of Poker Tells

Caro's Book of Poker Tells Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Mike Caro
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Caro's Book of Poker Tells by Mike Caro Summary

One of the ten greatest books written on poker, this must-have book should be in every player's library. If you're serious about winning, you'll realize that most of the profit comes from being able to read your opponents. Caro reveals the the secrets of interpreting tells-physical reactions that reveal information about a player's cards-such as shrugs, sighs, shaky hands, eye contact, and many more. Learn when opponents are bluffing, when they aren't and why-based solely on their mannerisms. Over 170 photos of players in action and play-by-play examples show the actual tells. These powerful ideas will give you the decisive edge.

No Limit Hold 'em

No Limit Hold 'em Pdf/ePub eBook Author: David Sklansky,Ed Miller
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No Limit Hold 'em by David Sklansky,Ed Miller Summary

No limit hold 'em is exploding in popularity. Before 2000, it could be difficult to find a game. In 2006, it is played everywhere - in casino cardrooms, in backrooms and homes, and on the Internet. Now anyone can find a game, but few know how to play well. Most players learn by watching television or by listening to dubious advice from their friends. While they may have picked up a valuable tidbit here or there, most players have two options: wise up or go broke. The world's foremost poker theorist, David Sklansky, and noted poker authority, Ed Miller, will wise you up quickly. No Limit Hold 'em: Theory and Practice is the definitive work on this complex game. It provides you a window into the heads of experts, teaching you in straightforward and enjoyable terms the how's and why's of winning play. Book jacket.

Doyle Brunson's Super System

Doyle Brunson's Super System Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Doyle Brunson
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This classic book is considered by the pros to be the best book ever written on poker! Jam-packed with advanced strategies, theories, tactics and money-making techniques no serious poker player can afford to be without this hard-hitting information. Includes fifty pages of the most precise poker statistics ever published. Features chapters written by pokers biggest superstars, such as Dave Sklansky, Mike Caro, Chip Reese, Bobby Baldwin, and Doyle two world champions and three master theorists. Essential strategies, advanced play, and no-nonsense winning advice on making money at 7-card stud (razz, high-low split, cards speak, and declare), draw poker, lowball, and hold'em (limit and no-limit).This is a must-read. 605 pages

Harrington on Hold 'em

Harrington on Hold 'em Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Dan Harrington,Bill Robertie
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Harrington on Hold 'em by Dan Harrington,Bill Robertie Summary

Provides poker strategies for every phase of tournament play, covering the early phase where the stakes are small to later tactics such as bluffing, flops, scare cards, playing shorthanded, loose games, and endgame play.

Zen and the Art of Poker

Zen and the Art of Poker Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Larry Phillips
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Inside the intriguing world of poker lies a fascinating exercise in strategy and extreme concentration--many of the same principles that underpin the one-thousand-year-old philosophy of Zen spirituality. Zen and the Art of Poker is the first book to apply Zen theories to America's most popular card game, presenting tips that readers can use to enhance their game. Among the more than one hundred rules that comprise this book, readers will learn to:* Make peace with folding* Use inaction as a weapon* Make patience a central pillar of their strategy* Pick their times of confrontationUsing a concise and spare style, in the tradition of Zen practices and rituals, Zen and the Art of Poker traces a parallel track connecting the two disciplines by giving comments and inspirational examples from the ancient Zen masters to the poker masters of today.

Seven-Card Stud For Advanced Players

Seven-Card Stud For Advanced Players Pdf/ePub eBook Author: David Sklansky,Ray Zee,Mason Malmuth
Editor: Two Plus Two Publishing LLC
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Seven-Card Stud For Advanced Players by David Sklansky,Ray Zee,Mason Malmuth Summary

Seven-card stud is an extremely complex game. Deciding on exactly the right strategy in any particular situation can be very difficult. Perhaps this is why very few authors have attempted to analyze this game even though it is widely played. In 1989, the first edition of this text appeared. Many ideas, which were only known to a small, select group of players, were now made available to anyone who was striving to become an expert, and a major gap in the poker literature was closed. It is now a new century, and the authors have again moved the state of the art forward by adding over 100 pages of new material, including an extensive section on "loose games." Anyone who studies this text, is well disciplined, and gets the proper experience should become a significant winner. Some of the other ideas discussed in this 21st century edition include the cards that are out, the number of players in the pot, ante stealing, playing big pairs, playing little and medium pairs, playing three-flushes, playing three-straights, randomizing your play, fourth street, pairing your door card on fourth street, proper play on fifth, sixth, and seventh streets, defending against a possible ante steal, playing against a paired door card, scare card strategy, and buying a free card.

The Mental Game of Poker

The Mental Game of Poker Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Jared Tendler,Barry Carter
Editor: Jared Tendler LLC
ISBN: 0983959722
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Hold 'em Poker for Advanced Players

Hold 'em Poker for Advanced Players Pdf/ePub eBook Author: David Sklansky,Mason Malmuth
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ISBN: 9781880685228
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Hold 'em Poker for Advanced Players by David Sklansky,Mason Malmuth Summary

Texas Hold 'em is not an easy game to play well. To become an expert you must balance many concepts, some of which occasionally contradict each other. In 1988, the first edition appeared. Many ideas, which were only known to a small, select group of players, were made available to anyone who was striving to become an expert, and the hold 'em explosion had begun. It is now a new century, and the authors have again moved the state of the art forward by adding over 100 pages of new material, including extensive sections on "loose games," and "short-handed games." Anyone who studies this text, is well disciplined, and gets the proper experience should become a significant winner. Some of the other ideas discussed include play on the first two cards, semibluffing, the free card, inducing bluffs, staying with a draw, playing when a pair flops, playing trash hands, desperation bets, playing in wild games, reading hands, and psychology.

Harrington on Modern Tournament Poker

Harrington on Modern Tournament Poker Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Dan Harrington,Bill Robertie
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Harrington on Modern Tournament Poker by Dan Harrington,Bill Robertie Summary

Over the last ten years, the enormous growth of interest in poker and poker tournaments has led to an intense focus on the theory of tournament poker. The result was a re-examination of old ideas and the introduction of many new ones. The fundamentals of no-limit hold em did not change, but the game was revealed to have more depth than many older players could have anticipated. As a result, no-limit hold em tournament play has evolved into a newer, tougher, faster game, and good players have had to evolve to keep up. In Harrington on Modern Tournament Poker, Dan Harrington takes a fresh look at the world of no-limit hold em tournaments. He explains how the game is currently played, and what you ll have to do to be a successful tournament player in 2013 and beyond. The topics examined include how to play different hand types preflop, when to 3-bet and 4-bet, how to analyze the flop, turn, and river, and how to size your bets. Dan also explains how to adjust your strategy as your stack size grows and shrinks, and how to handle the new breed of super-aggressive players that you ll meet at the table (and, if you want, how to play that way yourself). Dan Harrington won the Gold Bracelet and the World Champion Title at the Main Event of the 1995 World Series of Poker. And he was the only player in recent history to make the final table in back-to-back years 2003 and 2004 considered by cognoscenti to be the greatest accomplishment in WSOP history.

How to Make $100,000 a Year Gambling for a Living

How to Make $100,000 a Year Gambling for a Living Pdf/ePub eBook Author: David Sklansky,Mason Malmuth
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How to Make $100,000 a Year Gambling for a Living by David Sklansky,Mason Malmuth Summary

Is there really such a thing as a professional gambler? The answer is an unequivocal, "Yes!" This book's authors are but two examples. Many thousands of people around the country make a good living exclusively from gambling. It is not easy, but it can be done. The key is to understand which games are beatable and know how to beat them. David Sklansky and Mason Malmuth have spent many years writing about the finer points of poker, blackjack, and other beatable games. As you will see in the book, those other "games" are horses, sports, progressive slots and video poker, casino tournaments, and special promotions. They don't include craps, roulette, keno, or baccarat for reasons they'll explain. This book, was written for the not quite as experienced aspiring gambler. It shows you everything you need to learn and do if you want to gamble for a living from both the practical and the technical standpoints. The rest is up to you.

Positively Fifth Street

Positively Fifth Street Pdf/ePub eBook Author: James McManus
Editor: Farrar, Straus and Giroux
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Positively Fifth Street by James McManus Summary

Rough sex, black magic, murder, and the science-and eros-of gambling meet in the ultimate book about Las Vegas James McManus was sent to Las Vegas by Harper's to cover the World Series of Poker in 2000, especially the mushrooming progress of women in the $23 million event, and the murder of Ted Binion, the tournament's prodigal host, purportedly done in by a stripper and her boyfriend with a technique so outré it took a Manhattan pathologist to identify it. Whether a jury would convict the attractive young couple was another story altogether. McManus risks his entire Harper's advance in a long-shot attempt to play in the tournament himself. Only with actual table experience, he tells his skeptical wife, can he capture the hair-raising brand of poker that determines the world champion. The heart of the book is his deliciously suspenseful account of the tournament itself-the players, the hand-to-hand combat, and his own unlikely progress in it. Written in the tradition of The Gambler and The Biggest Game in Town, Positively Fifth Street is a high-stakes adventure, a penetrating study of America's card game, and a terrifying but often hilarious account of one man's effort to understand what Edward O. Wilson has called "Pleistocene exigencies"-the eros and logistics of our primary competitive instincts.

The Psychology of Poker

The Psychology of Poker Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Alan N. Schoonmaker
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The Psychology of Poker by Alan N. Schoonmaker Summary

Poker demands many skills and strategies. To be successful, you must be able to master all of them and then apply them at the appropriate times. They include proper hand selection, appropriate aggression, bluffing, semi-bluffing, understanding tells and telegraphs, choosing the right games, and reading hands. These skills do not come easily since they require unnatural actions. You cannot win just by "doing what comes naturally." This book does not provide strategic advice; you should get it from other Two Plus Two books. Dr. Schoonmaker is concerned only with the way that psychological factors affect your own and your opponents' ability to play properly.

Caro's Most Profitable Hold'em Advice

Caro's Most Profitable Hold'em Advice Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Mike Caro
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ISBN: 1580424619
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Caro's Most Profitable Hold'em Advice by Mike Caro Summary

When Mike Caro writes a book on winning, the poker world takes notice. And it should: Caro is the world's foremost authority on poker theory and psychology, and his work has influenced every professional player including Doyle Brunson, who relies on Caro for all his writing. Caro's powerful advice covers every aspect of poker with a special emphasis on winning money at hold'em. Packed with psychology, advice on reading opponents, advanced moves, professional techniques, and much more, this includes pecial sections on internet poker and tournaments.

Harrington on Online Cash Games

Harrington on Online Cash Games Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Dan Harrington,Bill Robertie
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Harrington on Online Cash Games by Dan Harrington,Bill Robertie Summary

Handbook to help readers master the online poker game which is a somewhat different game from that played in the world of casino games.

The Mental Game of Poker 2

The Mental Game of Poker 2 Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Jared Tendler
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Imagine the edge you would have if you could consistently play poker in the zone. In the zone you make all the right decisions, instinctively when to bluff, and are unfazed by a losing hand. You’re locked in and feel unbeatable. It’s shocking how many poker players stumble into this elusive state of mind. As quickly as that euphoric feeling of invincibility arrives, it's gone. And no matter how hard they try, they can’t get back there. Until now. In The Mental Game of Poker 2, author and renowned poker mental game coach Jared Tendler breaks down the zone and delivers actionable steps to help players get there consistently. He demystifies the zone, and for the first time, brings logic and order to this previously misunderstood concept. This book provides proven strategies to: • Play poker longer and across more online tables. • Improve decision making. • Learn faster. • Eliminate C-game mistakes. • Increase focus and discipline. The Mental Game of Poker 2 expands on the psychological strategies and theories from Tendler's groundbreaking book, The Mental Game of Poker, which cracked the code on managing tilt and has helped thousands of players eliminate mental leaks from their games. Like the first book, The Mental Game of Poker 2 is a must have resource for every poker player who is serious about improving.

Hold'em Poker

Hold'em Poker Pdf/ePub eBook Author: David Sklansky
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Hold'em Poker by David Sklansky Summary

Is must reading for anyone planning to play hold 'em. It was the first definitive work on hold'em poker and was originally published in 1976. Yet it is still one of the best-selling poker books available, and in 1997 it was expanded and updated to account for today's modern double blind structure. The text is designed for someone relatively new to the game, but it still contains much sophisticated material which all players should find beneficial. It is probably best known for the Sklansky Hand Rankings, which made the game much simpler to quantify and understand. Some of the topics include how Texas hold'em is played, the importance of position, the first two cards, the key flops, strategy before the flop, semibluffing, the free card, slowplaying, check raising, heads-up on fifth street, and how to read hands.

Introduction to the Theory of Games

Introduction to the Theory of Games Pdf/ePub eBook Author: J. C. C. McKinsey
Editor: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 0486154424
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Introduction to the Theory of Games by J. C. C. McKinsey Summary

This comprehensive overview of the mathematical theory of games illustrates applications to situations involving conflicts of interest, including economic, social, political, and military contexts. Advanced calculus a prerequisite. Includes 51 figures and 8 tables. 1952 edition.

Fundamentals of Poker

Fundamentals of Poker Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Mason Malmuth,Lynne Loomis
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Fundamentals of Poker by Mason Malmuth,Lynne Loomis Summary

A hard-hitting guide to the best strategies for the most popular casino poker games--seven-card stud and Texas hold 'em--plus insights into winning at Omaha, Omaha eight-or-better, seven-card stud eight-or-better, razz, and lowball.