Because of television, the game of choice for most new poker players is no-limit Hold'em. This has led to changes in the game. With so many players trying to emulate their TV heroes, they tend to play too many weak hands, call too many bets with marginal to poor holdings, and try to make too many big bluffs. Today's skilled player must learn to adapt to these changes in this complex game.
This book covers all aspects of the smaller, fixed buy-in, no-limit hold'em games from understanding your opponents to learning about pot odds. Included are topics seldom written about such as finding the proper amount to bet, how to manage your mental game, bankroll considerations, and how to beat the rake. Also introduced is 'The Matrix Theory: ' a unique tool for understanding just what hands you should play and how they should be played depending on a matrix of considerations few think about.
If you are looking for the most comprehensive guide to fixed buy-in cash games, you need this book!
224 pages. May 2005.
Paper: 978-1886070-21-9, $24.95.