Killer Poker Hold'em Handbook
John Vorhaus shows you how to play smart, fearless hold'em, read other players' tells, exploit their flaws, and turn every hold'em session into a winning one. Vorhaus explores the specific strategies and tactics used by such hold'em archetypes as the Newbie, the Weakling, the Maniac, and the Rager, and includes an innovative diary system that reveals each type's thought processes, including his own. Through problem-solving exercises and drills, you'll discover how to: Attack new players before they get comfortable; Close the holes in your game; Use a 'fakiac' image to look like a maniac even when you're not; Let aggressive opponents do your betting for you; Capitalize on the mistakes others make when dealing with super-aggressive players, and much more.
Forward by Annie Duke. First Edition: Published by Lyle Stuart Stuart Kensington in 2004, 248 pages, 8.2"x5.4" softcover.