Hold'em Wisdom for All Players: 50 Powerful Tips to Make you a Winning Player

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For beginning and novice players who want to play and win at Texas hold'em'95% of the card-playing market'this is the perfect antidote. The book is designed for those players who want to learn 'right now' and enjoy instant success at the tables. Fifty quick sections focus on key winning concepts, making learning both easy and fast.

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Overview

For beginning and novice players who want to play and win at Texas hold'em'95% of the card-playing market'this is the perfect antidote. The book is designed for those players who want to learn 'right now' and enjoy instant success at the tables. Fifty quick sections focus on key winning concepts, making learning both easy and fast.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781580422109
  • Publisher: Cardoza
  • Publication date: 1/9/2007
  • Pages: 160
  • Sales rank: 599,015
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 5.60 (h) x 0.50 (d)

Meet the Author

Daniel Negreanu is the greatest young poker player in the world. He is a two-time World Poker Tour champion, winner of four bracelets at the World Series of Poker, and a contributor to Super System 2. Since 1997, he has won more major tournament than any other player in the world. He is currently the second all-time leading money winner on the World Poker Tour Circuit. In 2004, Negreanu finished in the money in five World Series events, and won the Player of the Year award.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 8, 2008

    buy this book!

    I love this book! I went from losing to winning after just reading 1/2 of the book. Of course, I finished it and have read it over and over. I have read several hold'em books and this one is my favorite Easy reading with a lot of knowledge

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 11, 2011

    Excellent Read - If your a poker player of any skill level, Highly Recommended!!

    I read this whole book in one day because it was so good. This book has great solid advice and is great for the beginning player and even the more advanced player will take away tidbits of wisdom to help their game. The way it's written makes it much more enjoyable and fun to read and is also very engaging.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 2, 2009

    Solid book for beginners.

    This is a great book if you have less than a year of experience and are looking to improve your game. I found myself winning more immediately after reading just the first few chapters. Daniel clarifies moves that you probably already know but also introduces some new weapons to your arsenal. This is not a good book if you are intermediate to advanced level. Also, as your game improves and you get more experience, you won't really need this book because it just doesn't cover more advanced strategies. Nevertheless, it will strengthen your game noticably if you have never read a poker book before. It is a solid foundation upon which to build your castle of poker knowledge. If I were to recommend a single book to someone as a first book for them to read, I would say this is it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 29, 2007

    Great book, easy reading.

    This book was excellent. It touches on many aspects of the game. It was nice reading from Daniel's perspective. I recomend this book for both begginers and advanced players. You can read it in a bout a day. Very easy reading.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 18, 2007

    A good book to compliment your style.

    I bought this book because I wanted to get some insight from one of the greater players in the game today. The book is a very easy read with Daniel giving his take on many different topics. Although I did enjoy the book I wouldn't recommend it as a first time learning guide. I can definitely compliment your style but is exactly what it says it is....Wisdom from a great player.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 26, 2007

    Like Doyles book

    This book is very very similar to Doyle Brunson's 'Poker Wisdom of a Champion'. It features several small chapters that introduce and examine varied poker concepts that a player can use to supplement his overall game. No section contains large amounts of material in itself. Taken as a whole, though, it is a largely enjoyable book that is a more hands-on version of Doyle's collection of tales from his days playing on the road in Texas. Worth the price.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 8, 2007

    This book is a must read for players of all levels

    This book is truly a game improver. An awesome insight to the pro way of thinking. I hope I see the straightforward critic that said it was overrated at the casino while he believes any two cards can win. LMAO. Buy it. You will love it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 10, 2007

    Overrated

    I only started playing any type of poker 6 wks ago, this is the first book I bought based on 'best seller' and high recommendation on this site. I just want to tell you how I feel after reading it. The book has strong points in teaching you about bullys, buffers and weak players. How to prepare yourself before you go to the table. But is quite inadequate when it comes to giving you clue as to what to do with different pocket pairs. In fact in the chapter where it said: '10 most troubled hands' He pointed out the risk of those hands. However, it is entirely deceiving to call them troubled hands. No hand is not troubled preflop in my opinion. That's why this is called: gambling. Preflop: any hand can be beat by any hand. If (A, 10), (A q), (K, q) ares troubled hands preflop, I guess every hand can be called a bluff. Basically, everything will boil down to your ability to read your opponents' hands compared to yours. The book is good except in the part that teaches you what to do with your pocket cards ( like: pair of 5,pair of 6 etc), which imho, is what beginners need (the book said is for all players).

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 20, 2007

    excellent

    I have read many poker books and this one is truly the best. Not only is it a fun read but very easy to understand. I gained more poker knowledge from this book than by reading 5 books combined. I feel it has truly improved my game. Looking forward to his next one!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 7, 2007

    Great book by the most popular pro poker player in the world!

    I just got my copy of Daniel's book, Hold'em Wisdom for All Players. It's great! I've been reading Daniel's columns in my local paper for about six months and love that a collection of 50 of his best columns are now available in book form. What I really love about this book is that is quick and easy to read. It really shows Daniel's personality too. That's why so many people think that Daniel Negreanu is the best professional poker play ever. I highly recommend this book. So much better than Hellmuth or Phil Gordon.

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