Synopses & Reviews
This power-packed book on beating no-limit hold'em is one of the three most influential poker books ever written. Negreanu headlines a collection of young, great players - Todd Brunson, David Williams, Erick Lindgren, Evelyn Ng and Paul Wasicka - who share their insider professional moves and winning secrets. You'll learn about short-handed and heads-up play, high-limit cash games, a powerful beginner's strategy to neutralize professional players, how to mix up your play, bluff, and win big pots. The centerpiece, however, is Negreanu's powerful and revolutionary small ball strategy. You'll learn how to play hold'em with cards you never would have played before - and with fantastic results. The preflop, flop, turn and river will never look the same again. A must-have!
andlt;iandgt;Super Stars of Hold'emandlt;/iandgt; does for hold'em what Doyle Brunson's andlt;iandgt;Super System 2andlt;/iandgt; did for poker. Negreanu gathers together the greatest young players, theorists, and world champions of hold'em, to present insider professional secrets and winning strategies for the only poker game that counts nowadays-hold'em. Ten powerful chapters cover every aspect of the major hold'em games-limit, no-limit, and pot-limit for cash games and tournaments -- with in-depth coverage on all aspects of play. This weighty volume will be an instant classic-poker players cannot ignore the professional advice from the greatest stars of the game.
The greatest young players, theorists, and world champions of hold'em present insider professional secrets and winning strategies for the favorite poker game. Ten chapters cover every aspect of the major hold'em games.
About the Author
Daniel Negreanu is the greatest young poker player in the world. He is a two-time World Poker Tour champion, winner of four bracelets at the World Series of Poker, and a contributor to Super System 2. Since 1997, he has won more major tournament than any other player in the world. He is currently the second all-time leading money winner on the World Poker Tour Circuit, and in 2004, Negreanu finished in the money in five World Series events, and won the Player of the Year award.