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Kill Phil: The Fast Track to Success in No-Limit Hold 'em Poker…

by Blair Rodman, Lee Nelson

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Very useful advice. Too kamikaze for most of us, but this is information most tournament players need to know about, even if they don't usually use this strategy-which is very powerful.
  timbrennan | Apr 21, 2008 |
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Divulges the real strategies used by professional poker players to consistently win major (and minor) no-limit hold 'em tournaments. With poker tournaments televised on more than a dozen television networks and internet poker sweeping the nation, the popularity of the game is at an all-time high. Everyone thinks they have a shot, as evidenced by the 5,600+ player field in the $10,000 main event at the 2005 World Series of Poker in Las Vegas. If these weekend warriors hope to win, they'd better know the same strategies that the pros use. Authors Blair Rodman and Lee Nelson, both poker professionals, spill the beans about the strategies they (and most of the big-name poker players) use to keep scooping the pots.

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