Flop, Turn, River: A Hand-By-Hand Analysis of No-Limit Hold '¿em Tournament Poker Strategies

Flop, Turn, River: A Hand-By-Hand Analysis of No-Limit Hold '¿em Tournament Poker Strategies

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Overview

For anyone who has ever read a strategy book on no-limit hold 'em or played in a tournament, Flop, Turn, River is the perfect next step to test your knowledge, challenge your mind, and improve your skills.

If you possess a solid foundation in the game—knowing the rules, terminology, and culture—and are fairly familiar with its strategies, but haven't quite gotten over the hump to intuitive play, this book will take you to a much higher level for each of the five stages of tournament play.

Flop, Turn, River's 75 problems, 125 table graphics, and more than 150 playing decisions will help you identify your strengths—which will build your confidence in high-pressure situations—and pinpoint your weaknesses, so you can further focus on improving those areas of your game.

By the time you're finished unraveling the poker scenarios in this book by the authors of Kill Phil, Kill Everyone, and The Raiser's Edge, you'll be much better prepared to face whatever circumstances arise in a poker tournament, from the first hand of a $10 buy-in at your local casino to the last hand at the final table in the Main Event of the World Series of Poker.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781935396574
Publisher: Huntington Press
Publication date: 11/01/2014
Pages: 264
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x (d)

About the Author

Lee Nelson's style is opponent-dependent and varies according to table composition, psychological factors, and the meta-game. Lee, a retired doctor, is skilled at picking up tells and exploiting them. Lee is also a prolific poker-book writer, having co-written Kill Phil, Kill Everyone, and The Raiser's Edge.

Tysen Streib is a superb poker-math modeler and an expert in applying this math to specific situations that you will encounter, especially when you get short-stacked. Tysen co-authored with Lee Nelson the best-selling tournament poker books Kill Everyone and The Raiser's Edge.

Tony Dunst, a WPT television moderator, is a new-school adept who is up to date with current trends, as he monitors thousands of hands for the WPT and is a great player himself. Tony made a major contribution to The Raiser's Edge, which he co-authored with Bertrand "ElkY" Grospellier, Lee, and Tysen.

Dennis Waterman came up in the old school, but as the game evolved, he has been able to adapt his play and stay competitive. A true student of the game, Dennis has been successful in both live and online tournaments.

Joe Hachem needs no introduction. Having won both the WSOP Main Event and the Bellagio Five Diamond Main Event, Joe is one of poker's top money winners of all time. He's known for making great reads and big folds with uncanny precision. Joe exploits his opponents' weaknesses very well on his way to the final table.

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