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Are you an "advanced" player? Who is an advanced player? What is the difference between a good intermediate player and an advanced player? This book tells you. If you are serious about profit at the Texas Hold 'Em table, these three books by Andy are vital. Even in low-limit Hold 'Em, the advanced player can beat the game consistently. Beating a low-limit game is essential before moving to the higher limits. These eighty page books will breathe life into your game, additional bucks in your pocket and the respect of your peers.
This book does not put down the bad players because the advanced player knows which side of the bread the butter is on. There are lots of advanced strategies and many anecdotes and illustrations to make it clear what these strategies are.
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The advanced player is the person who is well on his way to mastering his craft. First, above all things, is his emotional control. Seldom does he or she get upset or go on tilt. He truly accepts the idiosyncrasies of low-limit poker. When another player makes an incredibly bad move and wins the pot, the advanced player just eases back in his chair and waits for the next opportunity to take down a pot. He does not allow such juvenile play to distress him. He know that this is part of low- limit poker. He agrees to compete in the low-limit arena and take his chances.
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Book Description Pokerbook Pr, 1996. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0945983042
Book Description Pokerbook Pr, 1996. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110945983042
Book Description Pokerbook Pr, 1996. Paperback. Condition: New. Low Limit Players. Seller Inventory # DADAX0945983042