The education of a poker player: including where and how one learns to win

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Simon and Schuster, 1957 - Games - 129 pages
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User Review  - DinoReader - LibraryThing

Much of Yardley's technical advice has been surpassed by a new generation of thinking and computer simulations but his human observations and advice on how to understand what is happening at a poker ... Read full review

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User Review  - tthaas - LibraryThing

A wonderful, novel-like explanation of how to play winning poker. Unfortunately, most of the games listed are uncommon today (stud high-low with a declare, lowball, 5-card stud, draw, etc), but the book is worth the read, if just for the stories. Read full review

Contents

FiveCard Draw Jacks or Better
3
FiveCard Stud
30
TJI FiveCard Draw Deuces Wild with the Joker
46
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