Handbook of Winning Poker
Beginner's book to poker explains the basics of more than 10 casino and home poker games including variations of hold'em, draw, stud, lowball, high-low, more. Special chapters cover games in California, Nevada, world championship play, bluffing, the psychological of winning, and how to get the winning edge. Readers learn when to check or check-raise, bet into opponents, fold losing hands, or raise and reraise to either force out opponents or sweeten a pot. Lots of information and strategies inside give readers the winning edge.
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Fundamental Rules of Poker
Introduction Basics of the Game Play of the Game Games in which
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bankroll best hand betting round big blind bluff bluffing California clubs calls the raise card stud Cardoza Publishing cards are dealt cards dealt cards speak deal deck deuces discarded draw poker eight players Fifth Player five-card stud flop flush or straight fold his cards four flush Fourth Player full house going high card high hand high or low high-low high-low split highest-ranking card hold'em hole cards jacks or better joker kind limit lose loser low hand lowball Lowball Poker lowest-ranking card Mike Caro money order Number of Players odd cards open the betting opponents Player calls player holds poker games poker players position Qame queen reraise round of betting Second Player seven-card stud Seventh Player showdown shows shuffle Sixth smaller games stakes strategy strong player stud game stud poker Third Player three cards U.S. dollars variations video poker weak player wild card win the pot winning hand