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Winning Low-Limit Hold'em
A reprint of the runaway success first edition published in 1994, Lee Jones offers further advice on how to win Texas hold'em using the Low-Limit method.
Almost 15 years after he wrote the Texas hold'em handbook back in 1994, Lee Jones offers a reprinted version of his famous guide containing more hints, tips, and advice on winning at poker. Texas hold'em is currently the most popular variety of all of the poker game variants, and this book will appeal to the millions of fans around the world who enjoy this game.
Ever since it eclipsed 7-card stud as the most common poker format, Texas hold'em has captured the attention of poker players across the globe. This community variant of the traditional game plays two cards faced down to each player with the remaining cards dealt to a community pot. This enables players to maximize strategic and mathematical analysis.
Jones's book explains how to swing the odds in the player's favor in any 1-4, 3-6, or 1-4-8-8 hold'em game you play. This is not an advanced strategy book, so battle-tested professionals may not find too much of anything new in its pages. However, due to its simple style, this book is a must for beginners and those who really want to squeeze that bit extra out of their basic game. The author discusses value betting and starting hands, as well as the Texas hold'em straight and flush draw. The book also contains an excellent chapter on trash hands and what to do if you come across them.
Lee Jones writes in friendly, easy-to-read style providing the reader with clear-cut, helpful instructions. This book will supply beginners and mid-range players with the basic essentials to improve their low-limit hold'em game.
Lee Jones is professional author and poker player. A graduate in electrical engineering, Jones decided to purse his passion for poker by working in a number of online poker rooms. He then went on to organize, host and commentate on the European Poker Tour TV broadcast. In April 2008, Jones took up the post of COO of CardRunners, a poker instructional Internet website.