Harrington On Hold 'em: Expert Strategies For No Limit.
That void is filled in Harrington on Hold’em Expert Strategy for No-Limit Tournaments, Volume 2: The End Game, a book by Dan Harrington and Bill Robertie. Harrington on Holdem 2 is the companion piece to Strategic Play (Volume 1, which focuses on the beginning stages of a tournament). As a result, End Game’s most likely audience will be those players that read Volume 1 and found it helpful.
Harrington on Hold Em takes you to the part of the game the cameras ignore the tactics required to get through the hundreds and sometimes thousands of hands you must win to make it to the final table. Harringtonsophisticated and time-tested winning strategies, focusing on what it takes to survive the early and middle stages of a No-Limit Hold Em tournament, are appearing here for the first.
Books shelved as poker: The Theory of Poker by David Sklansky, Harrington on Hold 'em: Expert Strategy for No-Limit Tournaments, Volume I: Strategic Play.
PDF - Harrington on Cash Games - Vol. 2. Harrington on Cash Games: Volume II continues where Harrington on Cash Games:Volume I left off. In sections on turn and river play, Harrington explains why these are the most important streets in no-limit hold em, and shows how to decide when to bet or check, when to call or fold, and when to commit all your chips.
Harrington on Hold’em Volume 1 Overview. Dan Harrington, sporting one of the best poker tournament track records in history, creates a thorough guide to no-limit hold’em tournament poker in Harrington on Hold’em. To briefly sum up his credentials, Harrington won the WSOP Main Event in 1995 and made back-to-back final tables in 2003 and 2004. At the time, those were the two largest.
PDF - Harrington on Cash Games - Vol. 1 The first years of the poker boom were fueled by the interest in no-limit hold em tournaments. Recently, however, players have been gravitating to another, even more complex form of hold em no-limit cash games.
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