Winning Low-Limit Hold'em

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ConJelCo, LLC, 2005 - Games & Activities - 276 pages
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For the last ten years, Winning Low Limit Hold?em has been the reference standard introduction to Texas Hold?em. Experienced hold?em players give this book to their friends who want to learn the game. Recently updated and expanded to include coverage of online poker and no-limit hold?em single-table tournaments, this is the one book that you need to start your hold?em career. "I always thought poker was a game of luck. After reading Lee's book and applying the techniques recommended, it was as if I were in The Matrix. It all came clear to me. I simply saw the truth at the poker table." - Antonio "The Magician" Esfandiari, Winner, 2004 L.A. Poker Classic and 2004 World Series of Poker $2000 Pot Limit Hold'em event. "I wish this book had been out when I started playing hold?em, because it is a great way to learn the game. If you want to put yourself on the path to becoming a top hold'em player, Lee's book is the place to start." - Greg Raymer, Champion, 2004 World Series of Poker.

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User Review  - tthaas - LibraryThing

A wonderful guide to the wild games that exist at the low limits. Outlines a winning tight-aggressive strategy, and even shows how to adjust for different game and player types. Read full review

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User Review  - ElnEm - LibraryThing

An outstanding book that I've reread several times. It helps me in game plan formulation and helps me to keep my eye on the prize and not fool around when I'm up. Read full review

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With the surge of interest in poker, Lee Jones finally left the Silicon Valley computer world and joined the poker industry. At this writing, he is the poker room manager for, a leading online poker site. His favorite part of that job is talking with and meeting PokerStars customers.His other interests include writing, scuba diving, trout fishing, and performing music. He has been trying to master the resophonic guitar (also known as the “Dobro”) for the past four years.He and his wife, Lisa, live in San Jose. At the time of publication, their older son David is a college senior and younger son John is a high school senior. Lisa teaches voice in their home, and all four of them play music and scuba dive together.

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