52 Ways To Cheat At Poker Book
Allan Zola Kronzek
Subtitled “How to Spot Them, Foil Them, and Defend Yourself Against Them” this book is full of many of the most popular cheating techniques which have been updated and put into context.
Written in a crisp, lucid style, each chapter explores a single cheating concept, along with tips on how to detect or prevent the scam (when possible). Topics include marked cards, codes and signaling systems, stacking the flop in hold’em, “papering the neighborhood,” using the cut card as a cheating device, false cuts and shuffles, “skinning the deck,” lay stacks, peeking, flashing, deck switches, collusion, playing “location,” high-tech surveillance, and much more.
First edition: Published by Plum (Penguin Group) in 2008, 192 pages, 5″x7.75″ paperback. Our current inventory has some minor staining on the edges and are being discounted for that reason.