This quick-reading strategy guide by Barry Shulman, one of pokerÕs most influential and powerful figures, a two-time gold bracelet winner and owner of Card Player, shows readers how to play and win at Texas hold'em, no matter what their skill level. The fifty-two tipsÑreally fundamental playing conceptsÑare divided into six sections: Three Universal Hold'em Concepts; Playing Before the Flop; Playing on the Flop; Playing on the Turn; Playing on the River, and More Hold'em Concepts You Should Know. Every player must know how to put these concepts to practice in real games to be a winner. Mike Sexton, World Poker Tour announcer says, ÒI recommend Card Player's book to every poker player who wants to improve their play.Ó Daniel Negreanu, 2004 Player of the Year, says, ÒThe one and only thing (this book) will do is make you a better player.Ó
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