How to Win No-Limit Hold'em Tournaments: Make Millions of Dollars at the World's Most Exciting Poker Game

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World champion poker players demonstrate the winning strategies for the hottest poker game.

The 2004 World Series of Poker awarded more than $30 million in prize money, the biggest prize of any sporting event, with the first place winner receiving $5 million! That, for a mere investment of $10,000. This is the first-ever instructional book devoted entirely to showing players how to win no-limit hold'em tournaments as nationally televised on ESPN and the Travel Channel and ...

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Overview

World champion poker players demonstrate the winning strategies for the hottest poker game.

The 2004 World Series of Poker awarded more than $30 million in prize money, the biggest prize of any sporting event, with the first place winner receiving $5 million! That, for a mere investment of $10,000. This is the first-ever instructional book devoted entirely to showing players how to win no-limit hold'em tournaments as nationally televised on ESPN and the Travel Channel and watched by millions each week. Readers learn the basic concepts of tournament strategy, plus: how to win big by playing small buy-in events, how to graduate and adjust to medium and big buy-in tournaments, how to adjust for short fields, huge fields, different time periods (slow and fast-action events), how to win online no-limit tournaments, how to manage a tournament bankroll, all the basic and advanced betting and positional strategies, and tips on table demeanor for televised tournaments. The authors also show actual hands played by finalists at the WSOP and the WPT championship tables with card pictures, analysis and useful lessons from the play.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781580421607
  • Publisher: Cardoza
  • Publication date: 8/2/2005
  • Pages: 388
  • Sales rank: 1,379,868
  • Product dimensions: 5.60 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Meet the Author

Don Vines is a professional tournament poker player specializing in no-limit hold'em medium buy-in events. He has won more than 40 championship titles.
Tom McEvoy, the 1983 World Champion of Poker, has won millions of dollars playing no-limit and pot-limit hold'em in cash games and major tournaments around the world. He is the author of Tournament Poker, and co-author of 10 other books including Championship No-Limit & Pot-Limit Hold'em, Beat Texas Hold'em, and Championship Hold'em.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 17, 2006

    Solid Advice for Beginners

    The previous reviewer mentioned that although this book offered solid advice, there was really nothing new. He's right, but the point of this book was to offer advice on solid play and tournament fundamentals, and at that goal this book succeeds rather well. I agree that the seasoned tournament player may want to look elsewhere for new ideas, but this volume will be an excellent starting place for those who are about to start their tournament career. Note: the authors assume a basic knowledge of No Limit Hold 'Em Poker, including the values of starting hands.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 27, 2005

    Nothing New

    There is nothing new about this book. It's not a bad book, but there is no new insight or strategies beyond what you have probably already read and know. It's pretty much a few hundred pages of 'play solid aggressive poker.'

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