Getting Started in Hold'em
Author Ed Miller
Synopsis of Ed Miller's Getting Started in Hold'em
Recently, countless people have started playing poker, hoping to quit their jobs and strike it rich. Sadly, most of these "professional" players will wind up broke. While many people play, few win consistently. In Getting Started in Hold ’em, noted poker authority Ed Miller guides you onto the winning path. As someone who made the leap from beginner to professional in less than a year and a half, Ed is uniquely qualified to show new players the quickest route to hold ’em success. This book presents the critical principles that expert players use: preflop hand valuation, domination, betting for value, protecting your hand, semi-bluffing, pot equity, pot odds, implied odds, free card plays, the importance of stack size, why chips change value in tournaments, and much more. Whether you want to play limit, no limit, or tournament hold ’em, this book provides you a solid foundation. It’s perfect, not just for the would-be pro, but for anyone who wants a serious edge on the competition. Getting Started in Hold ’em teaches you more than just how to play; it teaches you to win.