I’m assuming that you already know how to play Texas Hold’em Poker (if not, buy a beginner’s book and learn the basics) and wish to improve your game. All thestrategies, tactics, concepts, and ploys found in this book have been accumulated from my own experiences, from hundreds (if not thousands) of books and articles, and from all the good and bad players that I’ve known and played against for we...
Paperback: 442 pages
Publisher: Independently published (December 24, 2017)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 1.1 x 9 inches
Amazon Rank: 4391803
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years. They are in no particular order and are sometimes repeated, but in a different way, so maybe, just maybe, you will remember some of them. Moreover, I realize that “all poker hands are situational,” so take that into account when you read, study, and use them. Also, note that I’m having a little fun with a lot of the advice. It’s because I’ve always had a lot of fun playing poker and you should too. I only wish I still had the patience and stamina to sit for long hours, have a few drinks, with no sleep, and still play perfect poker, but alas, I’m much older now and it’s no longer possible. However, for those of you who are younger and have the stamina, go for it! “Dare to go broke,” but only if you have an edge, especially a large edge. You will notice that throughout the book there are numerous quotes by this guy called VP Pappy, it was my poker nickname/moniker when I used to play poker online before the government shut down all the United States poker sites. In addition, I used to write for a couple of gambling web sites (Midwest Casino Guide, being one) and used VP Pappy as my imaginary, unseen mentor in all things related to gambling. The name VP Pappy came about when I was working as an optics technician in the aerospace industry for many years and being the oldest guy in my department, the other guys used to call me Pappy. Then the guys started calling me VP Pappy because of my my fondness for playing video poker when the casinos came to town (Windsor, Canada first, then Detroit) years ago. Mark Pilarski of Deal Me In fame, who was in on the joke, once described VP Pappy as, “A grizzled old gambler who still stalks the green felt jungles of Detroit.”