Small Stakes Hold‘em: Winning Big With Expert Play

Small Stakes Hold‘em: Winning Big With Expert Play

The book by the authors Ed Miller, David Sklansky and Mason Malmuth titled Small Stakes Hold‘em: Winning Big With Expert Play is perfect for those who have already read several books about Hold’em and is familiar with the rules of poker, basic terms and knows basic strategies of the game.

Theoverarching objective of this publication is to teach players at micro stakes to think and make decision the way professional players do - in order to give a boost to the understanding of the game itself and increase profits in the future. This is evidenced by the book's title: “Small Stakes Hold‘em: Winning Big With Expert Play”. As you can see, the authors promise that the book will teach you to think like professional players do, for this very reason this book is fully supported by the mathematical logic.

The book consists of seven parts where not only the theory of game, but also the play at every street is described in details. The authors get you acquainted with theoretical basis of poker and explain their essence in plain language (such terms as pot odds, implied odds, expected value and others are described there). The book also describes the meaning of the following topics: the importance of position at poker tables, types and peculiarities of different starting hands (suited, off-suited, unpaired etc.), how to play with different types of poker hands, evaluation of the community cards (on the flop, turn and river), cheap showdown and other stuff. You will learn how to count outs, play with the short stack, play with the overcards correctly and a number of other aspects of professional poker.

At the end of the book Small Stakes Hold ‘em: Winning Big With Expert Play the authors offer you over fifty hand quizzes to test your skills and to see how good you were at remembering the material. Your results could be compared to the results of the authors' play and reasoning.

Because of the constant rush of new players, the game at micro stakes has become ruthless and tough. The book “Small Stakes Hold ‘em” will help you to gain a foothold in this environment and get maximum profit from your opponents’ mistakes.

  • Authors: Ed Miller, David Sklansky, Mason Malmuth
  • Type of poker: No Limit Texas Hold’em (Sit-n-Go)
  • Level: Intermediate
  • Year of publishing: 2004
  • Number of pages: 369
  • Language: English

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