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


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

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