Handbook of Winning Poker

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Cardoza Publishing, Jan 1, 1996 - Games - 160 pages
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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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Edwin Silberstang is the million-selling author of more than 40 gambling titles, including Playboy's Book of Games, and Winner's Guide to Casino Gambling, and is considered one of the foremost gambling authorities in the world. His how to win gambling books, many of which are classics, have been mainstays for gamblers for more than four decades, and in total, have sold more than one million copies.

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