The Theory of Poker

Poker book, The Theory of Poker by David Sklansky A professional poker player teaches you how to think like one
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The Theory of Poker

The Theory of Poker by David Sklansky
Now, for the millions of poker players who know the basics, but do not fully understand the logic and principles of skillful play, here is a serious, comprehensive guide that shows how to think like a professional poker player.
The Theory of Poker puts you inside the heads of the greatest poker players in the world. It tells you the all-important factors you should consider in a particular situation before determining what to do. It talks about the general theories and concepts of poker play that ere operative in nearly every variation of poker and describes the thought processes of advanced poker players.
Using sample hands, it analyzes every aspect of a poker hand from the ante structure to play after the last card has been dealt in such games as five-card draw, seven-card stud, hold'em, draw lowball, and razz; or seven-card lowball. Also included for quick reference are an appendix of basic game rules and a glossary of poker terms.

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Author David Sklansky
Publisher Two Plus Two Publishing
Language Written in English
Genre Poker Theory
Difficult Level For experts
Total pages 291
Cover Paperback
ISBN 1-880685-00-0
ISBN 13 978-1-880685-00-6
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