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  • Author:
    Andy Nelson
  • ISBN:
    0945983158
  • ISBN13:
    978-0945983156
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  • Publisher:
    Pokerbook Pr; Revised edition (October 1, 1993)
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    Puzzles & Games
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The intermediate Texas Hold 'Em player is a player who is starting to build upon a foundation of good poker skills. com User, October 9, 2001. I have taught poker for going on to 14 years. For the last nine years I have used books by Andy Nelson as textbooks. I do that because they provide the best and clearest examples for learning the game, especially Texas Hold 'em. The feedback I get from the students is that these books are short and great primers. I start the students out with Book One, and then go to this Intermediate book.

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I've gone through about 3 poker books (including Super System) and I think I've gotten pretty good at the low limit tables. I've done about 8 tournaments recently and placed in the top 3 about 7 of those times and the last one was just a bad beat

I've gone through about 3 poker books (including Super System) and I think I've gotten pretty good at the low limit tables. I've done about 8 tournaments recently and placed in the top 3 about 7 of those times and the last one was just a bad beat show more I've gone through about 3 poker books (including Super System) and I think I've gotten pretty good at the low limit tables. I've done about 8 tournaments recently and placed in the top 3 about 7 of those times and the last one was just a bad beat

A shortlist of the best Texas Hold'em poker strategy books for cash games and tournaments.

A shortlist of the best Texas Hold'em poker strategy books for cash games and tournaments. There are two types of poker book; the ones you read once and the ones that you read again and again throughout your poker career. I strongly believe that the books below are the latter. Below is a list of what I believe to be best strategy books in each category from general strategy, no limit cash game strategy, tournament strategy and ebooks. Texas Hold'em strategy books. Theory of Poker - David Sklansky - (Intermediate).

Exclusive poker books content . I recommend this book to be for intermediate and advanced poker players who are looking for different strategies and ways to be more aggressive in their playing. My hold’em skills are in no way comparable to the professional’s, but after reading this book (twice), I was able to apply what I had learned and improved the length of time that I could stay in the game. Thus, the book is a perfect read for those who don’t know anything about the game but are interested in learning.

Queens Head Glanwydden.

The intermediate Texas Hold 'Em player is a player who is starting to build upon a foundation of good poker skills. For instance, he or she has come to understand the importance of choosing the right starting hand. The better intermediate player will have the start of a good betting strategy worked out in his head. This Intermediate book leads the intelligent player to review and profitably use the power of position. The author also stresses the value of reading the other players, what a raise by another player tells you and how to apply the odds. Check out the Table of Contents listed below.

Vonalij
This book is not any better than the beginner book, and actually it is worse. Again there are too few examples, and the ones that are present don't seem to convey the point very well. Andy Nelson may be a good hold'em player, but I don't think he can teach well through a book. Again, I would recommend the book by Ken Warren which is much more thorough and cheaper (1 book instead of Andy's three).
lacki
The best thing about this book is that it shouldn't take anyone w/a basic understanding of Hold 'Em more then 1 hour to read this tome in it's entirety (72 pages, incl. glossary, large type and lots of 'clip-art' quality illustrations). On the downside, the information and strategy presented in this book are simplistic and somewhat out of date when the original 1987 publication date is taken into consideration. I would recommend this book more for the seasoned player who may enjoy this breezy little read for it's nostalgia value, but for those still learning the game there are much better, more contemporary alternatives out there.
Pameala
Hi there, I consider myself a strong intermediate "Hold Em" player. I finished last year with a very very nice profit. Almost all of that profit I attribute to the books I have read by Andy Nelson. His Book One got me started where he explained the basics of "Texas Hold 'Em, Then I bought his Intermediate book and discovered more secrets and ideas that work at the table. I got his Advanced book in October and this book has enabled me to average more than double what my hourly rate was. I was having trouble with my emotional control until his Advanced book really made sense to me and I was able to change. Poker is an emotional game and it is easy to lose control. Since that book came to my home and I read it, my hourly rate has increaed. I have recently read a few chapter of another book by Mr Nelson that were great. That book is 101 WAYS TO WIN!!!
Kashicage
With a few months of internet experience, and a bankroll steadily growing, I considered myself an intermediate player. But I wanted to get a more steadfast grip on concepts such as position and implied odds. I did not find much of value in this book, and especially the casual style of the author annoyed me immensely. If you want poker jokes and elementary card playing skills you might enjoy this book. If you're serious about poker go find something more structured. This book teach you only the basics and is not even good at that.
Quendant
I have taught poker for going on to 14 years. For the last nine years I have used books by Andy Nelson as textbooks. I do that because they provide the best and clearest examples for learning the game, especially Texas Hold 'em. The feedback I get from the students is that these books are short and great primers. I start the students out with Book One, and then go to this Intermediate book. By the end of the course, they advance to the Advanced book. Also the price is reasonable. The amount of solid material they get from these books if incredible.
At the end of the course, I also suggest that they each buy Nelson's book, POKER: 101 WAYS TO WIN.
Agarus
This is another excellent book by Andy Nelson. His style is accessible to any poker player. In this book in chapter one he emphasizes the importance of position in hold'em. That particular chapter is a must read when one needs to review the basics of the game. Whenever I slip off my game (which is often given that I've only been playing seriously for a year) I go back and review this along with some other chapters from Nelson's books on hold'em. This book is crucial for anyone who wants to move beyond the beginner's level of the game.
fr0mTheSkY
Hey, I am a 16 year old junior in high school and have been playing cards for the last few months w/my friends on low limit games. I am interested in getting into bigger games but not before I have enough knowledge of the game. This book dramatically helped with my decision making skills at the poker table, and it has made it easier for me to decide when to fold and when to hang tough. I recommend this book for a player like me, one who's looking for improvement.Buy this book if you wanna increase ur winnings!
Andy Nelson writes clear, brief treatises on poker. This book is intended for the player who already knows the basics of Texas Hold 'Em, but still has trouble winning consistently.
What you get is important generalized advice about playing Texas Hold'Em. What you don't get is hand-by-hand analyses, lists of starting hands by position, or tables of probabilities. Get another book for those.
Get this book to make the right choices in non-quantifiable situations and to know why those choices are right. Get this book to win more (or lose less).