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Practical Poker Math
by Pat Dittmar
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A journeyman poker player presents odds and probabilities for hold'em and Omaha for the average guy. Using red and blue text, his charts are easy to follow, as are his explanations of how to start at the beginning and figure all the numbers you need to gain an edge. He explains that the math will help you epand your use of common knowledge beyond what others are capable of. Information, he says, is equity and if the information is good the equity will likely increase
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Bobby Baldwin's Winning Poker Secrets
by Mike Caro
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This is a fascinating account of former world poker champion Bobby Baldwin's meteoric rise to the championship. The book covers everything from his early days playing poker in dangerous roadhouses to his high-stakes poker games against other poker legends.
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Poker Essays, Volume III
by Mason Malmuth

Poker Essays, Volume III Book
As with the previous two volumes in this series, this book talks about what it takes to earn better than minimum wage at poker. It contains those essays the author wrote from 1996 through early 2001. Topics include: General Concepts, Technical Ideas, Strategic Ideas, In the Cardrooms, Hands to Talk About, The Ciaffone Quiz, and Two More Quizzes. In addition, advice is offered on which game to play, controlling steaming, marginal hands, selecting the best game, bluffing, unusual strategies, raising with suited connectors, keeping poker honest, reading hands, checking aces, and much more. 'Absolutely must reading for all serious players.' -- Chris Ferguson, Winner 2000 World Series of Poker.

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Poker Face 2
by Ulvis Alberts

Poker Face 2 Book
Limited Edition sequel to Ulvis Alberts' original Poker Face. This large-format coffee table art book weighs nearly 10 pounds and includes more than 400 images from "The Early Years" (1977-82) and "The Explosive Years" (2002-2005) of the World Series of Poker. (A beautiful protective box to store your book is included.) There are only a total 2000 signed and numbered copies available. No additional copies of this edition will be produced.
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Poker Face--Mastering Body Language to Bluff, Read Tells and Win
by Judi James

Poker Face--Mastering Body Language to Bluff, Read Tells and Win Book
One of a number of books with the same title, this one is written by a body language and image consultant expert and consultant. Here she actually spells out how to single, double and triple bluff to disguise your poker hand. The first part of the book concentrates on you as the player, where she helps you see who you are and sets the parameters for the actor you will become in order to pull the wool over the eyes of your opponents. The second part of the work focuses on both you and your opponent and tackles subjects such as How to Stare, Classic Poker Moves, Trash Talk, and also disucusses psychological factors that cause people to act and react in certain patterns.
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Poker Night
by John Vorhaus

Poker Night Book
Noted poker player/writer Vorhaus covers a little bit and a lot of everything here from the absolute basics to advanced points of strategies. The information is for those who want to excel at the most popular poker game in the world--the home game, where the pots aren't cut and the winning gets personal

Poker on the Internet
by Andrew Kinsman

Poker on the Internet Book
Whether you are a newcomer to online poker or already play regularly, this book will provide you with the information you need to survive in the Internet poker jungle. Topics covered include choosing an online cardroom, comparison of online and live play, collusion and cheating, improving your play online, newsgroups and more. The author is an online poker addict who has spent the last year researching this book while playing online poker. He is also an international chess master and author of several popular chess books.
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Poker Protection -- Cheating. . . and the World of Poker
by Steve Forte

Poker Protection -- Cheating. . . and the World of Poker Book
Steve Forte explains how cheaters operate today and how the grifters operated a century ago. The chapter discussing tournament play, the chance of collusion; how final table deals may occur and the often heard term "chip dumping" along with deliberate slow play should alert novice players, inexperienced supervisors or tournament organizers what might devastate their casino or reputation. Additional coverage includes Random Number Generators, the "core of every online poker hand," with an explanation of how serious security issues surfaced in 1999 and a valuable checklist of items to consider before sitting down in someone's home, in a private game or at a fraternal organization.
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Poker Strategies for a Winning Edge in Business
by David Apostolico

Poker Strategies for a Winning Edge in Business Book
In this book, experienced poker player, tournament champion, attorney, and businessman David Apostolico takes core poker philosophies and applies them to various business situations. Readers learn how to develop a poker mindset to help them in all aspects of their business lives.

Poker Talk
by Avery Cardoza

Poker Talk Book
This fascinating collection of colorful poker words, phrases, and poker-speak features more than 2,000 definitions. Learn what it means to go all in on a rainbow flop with pocket rockets and get it cracked by cowboys, put a bad beat on a calling station, and go over the top of a producer fishing with a gutshot to win a big dime. You'll soon have those railbirds wondering what you are talking about
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Poker Tournament Formula II: Advanced Strategies
by Arnold Snyder

Poker Tournament Formula II: Advanced Strategies Book
Following up on the success of his original book of the same name, the former blackjack expert has produced a controversial title which debunks the commonly held beliefs about how to win at poker tournaments . He explains the power of chip utility, covers utility ranks, tournament structures, small and long-ball strategies, patience factors, the impact of structures, crushing the Harringbots and other player types, tournament phases, and more. Includes big sections on Tools, Strategies, and Tournament Phases.
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Poker Winners are Different
by Alan Schoonmaker

Poker Winners are Different Book
Poker Winners Are Different is the full realization of what Schoonmaker was trying to accomplish in his previous two books, Your Worst Poker Enemy and Your Best Poker Friend and represents his best work on poker psychology to date.
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Poker: The Real Deal
by Phil Gordon

Poker: The Real Deal Book
There are 12 chapters to this effort, beginning with a brief history of the game; the basics of Texas Hold 'em including what to look for in starting hands and why; percentages and probabilities and then into the home game. Here you'll get some tips on how to set up a game including who to invite; why chips are better than money; how much to play for; the one-hour rule. Sprinkled throughout the book are excerpts from well-accepted books and classics, lending an interesting balance, with saying, advice, suggestions and a sort of flowing question-answer format, making for a well-balanced, easy-reading pattern
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Positively Fifth Street
by James McManus

Positively Fifth Street Book
The two book canon of great poker literature that had previously included The Biggest Game in Town and Big Deal must now be expanded to include Positively Fifth Street. James McManus is articulate and engaging in his narration of the events that he experienced during the 2000 World Series of Poker. As poker literature goes, this is first rate.
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Pot-Limit and No-Limit Poker
by Bob Ciaffone

Pot-Limit and No-Limit Poker Book
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.

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Practical Poker Math
by Pat Dittmar

Practical Poker Math Book
A journeyman poker player presents odds and probabilities for hold'em and Omaha for the average guy. Using red and blue text, his charts are easy to follow, as are his explanations of how to start at the beginning and figure all the numbers you need to gain an edge. He explains that the math will help you epand your use of common knowledge beyond what others are capable of. Information, he says, is equity and if the information is good the equity will likely increase
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