Phil Hellmuth's Texas Hold 'Em (Collins Gem) (Paperback)
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In Play Poker Like the Pros, poker master Phil Hellmuth, Jr., demonstrates exactly how to play and win -- even if you have never picked up a deck of cards -- the modern games of poker, including: Texas Hold'em, Omaha, Seven-Card Stud, and Razz.
Phil Hellmuth, Jr., a seven-time World Champion of Poker, presents his tournament-tested strategies to beat any type of player, including:
- The Jackal (crazy and unpredictable)
- The Elephant (plays too many hands)
- The Mouse (plays very conservatively)
- The Lion (skilled and tough to beat)
Play Poker Like the Pros begins by laying out the rules and set-up of each game and then moves on to easy-to-follow basic and advanced strategies. Hellmuth teaches exactly which hands to play, when to bluff, when to raise, and when to fold. In addition Hellmuth provides techniques for reading other players and staying cool under pressure. There are also special chapters on how to beat online poker games and an inside look at tournament play.
About the Author
Phil Hellmuth, Jr. is a ten-time World Series of Poker Champion and all-time leading money winner at the World Series of Poker. In addition to appearances on the Discovery Channel, E!, ESPN, and Fox Sports Net, he has been featured in Sports Illustrated, Time, and Esquire. Phil also contributes to Gambling Times Magazine and writes for many poker websites. He lives with his family in Palo Alto, California.
“Phil Hellmuth gave me the best poker lesson I’ve ever received.” — Matt Damon, actor and co-star in the movie Rounders
“Phil Hellmuth is the best poker tournament player that I have ever played against.” — Johnny Chan, Seven-time World Champion of Poker
“Play Poker Like the Pros is the best poker strategy book ever written. — "Amarillo Slim" Preston, Hall of Fame inductee and poker's greatest ambassador.
“From the moment I first played poker with Phil I knew that I was witnessing something special.” — Doyle "Texas Dolly" Brunson, Poker legend and eight-time World Champion of poker