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Small Stakes No-Limit Hold'em Paperback – September 10, 2010
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Small Stakes No-Limit Hold'em is a well-written, high-level discussion of no-limit hold'em that does a masterful job of explaining difficult, complex concepts with clarity and precision. --Martin Harris, pokernews.com
Miller and Co. are established authors with a strong sense of how to communicate both beginner and advanced ideas, and those skills are on display in this book...This book fills a critical gap providing recreational to intermediate players with the tools they need to be competitive in modern online no-limit games. --Chris Grove, parttimepoker.com
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Using hand examples from actual play to illustrate key concepts, Small Stakes No-Limit Hold'em translates high-level poker theory into an easy-to-learn format that will give you the edge needed to win in today's games. You'll learn solid money-winning tactics and be able to craft winning strategies just like the top cash-game pros.
Get the lowdown on:
- 7 easy steps to no-limit hold'em success
- Making decisions using steal equity and showdown equity
- Beating online 6-max games
- Isolating bad players and handling tough, aggressive players
- Determining optimal bluff sizes and planning big bluffs
- Balancing your lines of play to maximize deception
...and much more!
Poker is a fun game, but it's even more fun when you win. With Miller, Mehta, and Flynn as your mentors, you will have all the advanced-yet-practical information you need to dominate any small stakes no-limit hold'em cash game.
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Top Customer Reviews
The bulk of the book is part 2 (beating 200NL) and it does a very good job of breaking down the basic skills you need to beat aggressive 6 max games (stealing, value betting, isolating, 3/4/5 betting, ranging, etc.). I personally found the chapters on value betting and handling opposing aggression to be the most useful chapters in the book. The third part of the book (7 easy steps...) is mostly fluff, but its not very long so its not too bad. Part 4 (beyond 200NL) is good as well, particularly the sections on overbetting and underbetting the flop. Overall I would say I was pleased with the purchase, and I would definitely recommend it to others.
Written for online 6-Max games, but just as easily adapted to live full-ring games. Mainly you are taught how to be aggressive to keep up with current no-limit trends.
One of the top 5 poker books I have ever read (own 60+).
A great read!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This was the book that moved me from a break-even player to a winning player. Everything clicked after I read this – Ed is an amazing writerPublished 1 month ago by Christian Drappi
This book is the type of book you want to read if you are lacking in short-handed prowess or you fail to recognize what is wrong in your game plan. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Joshua
Will probably hurt your live game rather than help it. They postulate that if you can win at six handed online, you can crush live games. Bad hypothesis. Read morePublished 9 months ago by James J., Conley
Fantastic book! Very in depth but only for more advanced players. Ed Miller is my favorite author because he writes about the stakes that I play and how to compete with the top of... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Michael smith
A worthwhile read for any Texas Holdem player that is trying to improve their game.Published 16 months ago by Alex LesVeaux
I bought this for my son in November and he is barely out of the third chapter (it is now mid-April.). Read morePublished on April 19, 2014 by bookishgal
Read the book . it was ok. recommend buying books specific to either table play or online play instead of this book.Published on April 13, 2014 by TXAggieLady
It's worth a read. There are always new concepts (or at least new ways to look at a concept) in every book.Published on January 27, 2014 by C. Strock