Pot-Limit and No-Limit Poker
by Bob Ciaffone
The first instructional work devoted exclusively to pot-limit and no-limit betting. The games covered include hold'em and Omaha; lowball draw; seven-card stud; and London lowball. Poker theory applicable to high -low split betting and tournament strategy are also thoroughly studied. Includes quizzes to grade the reader's progress, and a number of odds tables. The book is geared to readers who are already experienced poker players and who would like to learn more about the fascinating subject of big-bet poker, where the only limits on how much you can bet may be the number of chips in front of you and the size of your heart.
by Mason Malmuth
To win at poker in today's modern game requires not only numerous skills, but also lots of thinking about he game. The book is designed to make the reader do a great deal of thinking. Few readers will agree with everything said, but the information provided should help people become better players. This text contains many of the author's ideas on poker and related subjects. Topics covered include General Concepts, Technical Ideas, Structure, Strategic Ideas, Image, Tournament Notes, In the Cardrooms, and Poker Quizzes. In addition, advice is offered on jackpot games, handling pressure, why you lose, fluctuations, bankroll requirements, differences between stud and hold'em, too many bad players, limit versus no-limit, thinking fast, weak tight opponents, the best hold'em seat, playing short handed, playing loose or tight, appropriate image, being an alternate in tournaments, taking advantage of tight play in tournaments, behaving professionally, the future of poker, and much more.