Bobby Baldwin's Winning Poker Secrets

Bobby Baldwin's Winning Poker Secrets

by Mike Caro, Bobby Baldwin
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Bobby Baldwin's Winning Poker Secrets by Mike Caro, Bobby Baldwin

This is the fascinating account of former world champion Bobby Baldwin's early career playing poker in roadhouses and against other poker legends and his meteoric rise to the championship. It is interspersed with important lessons on what makes a great player tick and how he approaches the game. Mike Caro, a poker great himself, and Baldwin, both of whom are co-authors of the classic Doyle Brunson's Super System, cover the common mistakes average players make at seven poker variations and the dynamic winning concepts they must employ to win. Endorsed by poker legends and superstars Doyle Brunson and Amarillo Slim.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781580421294
Publisher: Cardoza
Publication date: 05/28/2004
Series: Great Champions of Poker Series
Pages: 256
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.59(d)

About the Author

Bobby Baldwin, former world champion and a 2003 inductee in the Poker Hall of fame, is currently the CEO of MGM/Mirage Resorts in Las Vegas and is considered one of the 10 most powerful people in gambling. He co-authored the best-selling Super System with Doyle Brunson.
Mike Caro, the "Mad Genius of Poker," is the world's foremost authority on poker strategy, psychology and statistics, and the author of 10 privately sold books and advanced strategies on poker.

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Bobby Baldwin's Winning Poker Secrets 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Mike Caro offers an entertaining gambling biography of one of the most interesting professional poker players of our time. The instructional techniques and "winning secrets" are nearly worthless for anyone who is not a complete beginner. But the book is still well worth reading.