By Firth Caldwell
ISBN note: ISBN for identify couldn't sourced. ASIN B00B2UZ3PY
This booklet shatters poker orthodoxy.
It places the mathematics men on tilt and the sport concept men at odds. it's education within the abilities of the unique no-limit, funds video game. The ebook drills down on a couple of simple recommendations which force a mode of play that aggressively blows via conventional theories approximately hand frequency, calculating increases, beginning playing cards, pot odds, play types and all of the different overtalked different types of poker nuance.
Caldwell exhibits the reader tips to continuously beat the medium stakes on line casino and local video games.
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