Hold'em Wisdom for all Players by Daniel Negreanu

By Daniel Negreanu

For starting and beginner gamers who are looking to play and win at Texas hold'em'95% of the card-playing market'this is the fitting antidote. The e-book is designed for these gamers who are looking to study 'right now' and luxuriate in quick good fortune on the tables. Fifty fast sections specialise in key successful thoughts, making studying either effortless and quick.

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If an overcard doesn't flop, you still have a whole new set of potential worries, such as coordinated boards like: 4-5-7, 34-5, 6-7-8. If an opponent is playing a little pair, slowplaying a bigger pair, or is lucky enough to flop a straight, you're doomed. Pocket jacks is the one hand that seems too strong to fold yet not strong enough to hold if there is much action ahead 64 Hold'em Wisdom for All Players of you. If you're playing a structured limit hold'em game, the impact isn't as severe. However, in no-limit hold'em where your entire bankroll is in jeopardy, pocket jacks must be played very carefully.

If you don't flop a very good hand, now would be an excellent time to fold. You might be playing the player, but you can't ignore his bet entirely. If he checks the flop, then you should bet, regardless of what you have. If, however, your inept opponent check-raises you, run and hide! Unless, of course, you flop a strong hand yourself. The only time you may want to check is if you flop the nuts and want to give him a free card. Otherwise, you should always bet the flop and look to win the pot right there.

1. H o w h e dresses. A player who dresses conservatively will generally play poker that way. If he dresses loudly, he'll more than likely play aggressively or flamboyantly. 2. H o w he talks. This is in line with the previous clue. If a player is quiet 37 Cardoza Publishing • Daniel Negreanu or timid in the way he speaks, chances are that's how he'll play poker. Conversely, if you're dealing with a boisterous or overexcited talker, he'll probably be an aggressive player. 3. D o e s he raise before the flop or j u s t call?

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