Starting Out in Poker

Starting Out in Poker

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Paperback
ISBN13: 9781857442724
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Poker is the archetypal gambling game. The combination of card-playing skills, luck, intuition and psychology that Poker requires makes it one of the most fascinating and difficult of all card games. A knowledge of Poker enables you to embark on a fascinating lifetime s voyage, making discoveries not only about others, but also yourself. In this user-friendly introduction to the game, professional player and Poker teacher Stewart Reuben provides newcomers to the game with a thorough grounding in the essentials of play. All the popular variants of Poker are discussed. * Learn Poker from scratch or brush up on the basics * Numerous hints and tips make the important advice easy to remember * An ideal first Poker book for players of all ages"

Type Book
Number Of Pages 160
Item Height 15 mm
Item Width 173 mm
Item Weight 317 Gram
Product Dimensions 173 x 15 x 244
Publisher Everyman Mindsports
Format Paperback | 160

Stewart Reuben has been a professional player over 30 years - longer than anyone else in the UK. He is the author (with Bob Ciaffone) of Pot Limit and No Limit Poker. He wrote the world's first ever Poker column which appeared in Mayfair magazine in the 1960s.