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Tuesday, 13 December 2011

101 Winning Moves for Tournament Poker

By Mitchell Cogert 
Taken from the Website

Do You Want to Win Your Next Poker Tournament?

It is a silly question but the fact is that you can win your next poker tournament. I won my local Sunday tournament and turned it into over $100,000 at the 2011 World Series of Poker Main Event!

What you are missing is the knowledge that the top poker pros know. For example, what is the best way to play pocket Jacks? When do you know when your opponent is weak? What is the best way to bluff an opponent off his hand?

Tournament Poker: 101 Winning Moves combines moves found in almost 20 years worth of poker materials with plays uncovered in heads-up battles against Daniel Negreanu, Erick Lindgren, David Pham and other top pros.

Tournament Poker: 101 Winning Moves has one hundred and one expert plays for no limit poker tournaments, tips on how to improve your hand reading ability, the truth about tells, and much more.

It's time to change your approach to no limit poker tournaments. Tournament Poker: 101 Winning Moves will show you a new way to think about poker that will turn you into a better player. A player who not only cashes more often, but will actually win.


Mitchell Cogert

Testimony by TheRoyalRaiser

In the first week of getting my hands on a copy of Mitchell's book I've read it from cover to cover twice. Already it's made a big impact on game, most noticeably in my regular Friday night home game. I picked up some moves from the book that I decided to try out and they worked a treat. 

I think a few of the regular players were surprised to see me play a slightly different, more risky style of poker. Not a wild reckless kind of risk, but an educated risk when the time was right. I certainly enjoyed playing a more aggressive style of Poker. Remember Mitchell's Mantra 'Risk Is Good'.

(PSO Team Member)


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