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Saturday, 17 September 2011

52 Great Poker Tips

52 Great Poker Tips - Lou Krieger

There are thousands of poker books out there aimed for the absolute beginner. Likewise it's not hard to stumble across a book that targets the more advanced player who already has a seasoned understanding of the game. What is hard to find is a poker book that accommodates both. 

Lou Krieger is recognised as one of the worlds top poker strategy writers and he has numerous publications to his name. With his offering, 52 Great Poker Tips, he is able to bridge the gap between moving on from the beginner level of poker and introducing more advanced strategies and advice that will enhance your understanding of the game and move you onto the next level.

The language and terms used in the book are user friendly and, unlike other publications, the reader will have a clear understanding of what is needed to improve their game. There is a tip for each week of the year and certainly you could review a tip and spend a week practising it. The book is so easy to read however that you may find you prefer to read it from cover to cover in a day or two. 

The topics covered in the book include better betting, figuring the odds and making adjustments to name but a few. It is truly an unmissable read for any aspiring poker player and is available to buy on Amazon. I've included a link below if you would like to get your hands on your copy. 


  1. Hey! Nice post! I think I might check the book out!!
    Have you read any of the books by Dan Harrington or Collin Moshman??
    Fold Shove Poker Blog

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    1. What I meant to say was I hear Moshman's book on heads-up is quite good!

      Harrington's a classic!