Poker Tournament Practice
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN 10: 1530999006
ISBN 13: 978-1530999002
This book will teach you how to practice for a poker tournament. This book will help you make it to the final table that will give you profits for your time. Without knowing statistically how many hands you have to fold, which hands to fold, how much to bet before the flop, how much to bet at the flop, how to knock players out of the tournament, and how to protect your profits, then you’re doomed to lose a tournament. This book will help gambling addicts, and will help your loved ones to stop losing money, and to start training their minds statistically instead with poker tournament videogames. This is a short book that gives you lots of info very quickly.
About the Author
Dan Plouff has a bachelor’s degree. He is the author of many short books, and long books, that have to do with business, the stock market, traveling, world religions, and how to do various different things. He is also a novelist. He believes that poker is a game of statistics, and that poker tournaments have unique challenges that require you to train your mind with unique MOSTLY UNKNOWN statistically analyzable strategies in order to be able to win tournaments as a profitable winner each year.