Winning At Poker

Winning At Poker

by Dave Scharf

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Overview

Winning at Poker is a handbook for all card players, from the budding card shark eager to learn the game from scratch to the practised poker bandit keen to unlock the secrets of poker-playing legends. Written by a bonafide poker champion, this detailed guide provides essential tips and information on:

. reading your opponent - what you can tell from the way a player handles their cards

. what to do and what not - the rules and etiquette of the poker table

. how to spot a maniac and avoid tap city with a run down of poker parlance

. where to play - all the best locations for the budding poker player

. an introduction to gambling on the internet

Written in an extremely clear and informative style, this book covers all the fundamental aspects for all those wishing to play any of the main poker variations.

Discover everything you need to know to sit down at your first tournament or cash game, from betting strategy, what cards to play, poker etiquette and the all important positional considerations.

Buy this book and it could MAKE you money!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781848580374
Publisher: Arcturus Publishing
Publication date: 09/01/2003
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 7 MB

About the Author

Arthur Rowe graduated from Cambridge in History and Theology and followed this with postgraduate studies in Nottingham and King's College London. He has taught in schools and colleges and worked for the Inner London Education Authority and Thames Polytechnic before coming to teach at Spurgeon's College. Here his responsibilities have included teaching New Testament and World Religions. He has contributed to reference books on the Bible and Religious Education and written articles and reviews for a number of periodicals in this country and abroad.

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