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The Intelligent Guide to Texas Hold’em

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The Intelligent Guide to Texas Hold’em   
Author: Sam Braids; 
Number of pages: 184  
Price: ~ 30 usd  
Date of publishing: 2003  

Sam Braids’ book is an excellent yet accessible guide that will teach anyone who reads it the essential concepts and rules of Texas Hold’em. The book is written in a fashion that betrays the authors’ long life passion towards strategic games such as poker and chess. Braids’ Texas Hold’em guide is structured into four parts divided into ten complete chapters that reveal Texas Hold’em’s secrets. The first part of the book is an introductory one where you can find explanations about the rules for playing the game, variations of these rules, about the adequate conduct when joining a card room. You can also read here useful tips about playing the game online. 

The second part of the book is named Winning Poker and it exposes and explains the main techniques and strategies that must be used in order to achieve your goal – winning the game. The third part consists of the mathematical and psychological considerations that could influence your chance of getting the big pot, while in the third part one can find all the necessary bibliography in order to make an informed decision as to where to go and play, what books to read on the matter and what online platforms one can resort to when wanting to play Texas Hold’em. 

Sam Braids’ text is one of the most accessible and captivating guides to learning Texas Hold’em.

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