Take Them For Everything They’ve Got…
Forget about mastering complex systems, memorizing charts, or deciphering your opponents’ tells. There’s a better way to win and have a great time doing it. The secret is to keep other players from understanding just how well you play. The author, who doesn’t use his name so that he won’t blow his cover, knows it works because he’s made his living for forty years by playing like a pigeon, and now he’s ready to share his tips. In clear, crisp, engaging chapters—focusing on Texas Hold’Em but applicable to all form of poker—he’ll teach you how to:
- Convince opponents that you’re a dunce
- Make the right “wrong” moves at every stage of the game—before and after the flop, on the turn, and on the river
- Develop the perfect pigeon attitude
- Play bad hands well
- Build a monster pot (before they know what hit them)
- Hide how much you’ve really won
- And much more
In addition to essential strategy, you’ll pick up fascinating anecdotes and stories from the four decades that this pro in disguise has spent in the world of poker—cheats he has known, games that ended in shotgun robberies, and what it felt like to reach the final table at the World Series of Poker (and why he didn’t win).
When you’re ready to start winning—over and over again—take a seat and let the master show you how!
The author, who remains anonymous in order to avoid the limelight and maintain his cover as a pigeon, has played poker to support himself since 1970. He has played in six World Series of Pokers as well as with such famous players as Stuey Ungar, Doyle Brunson, Johnny Chan, and Bill Smith. He has also published several mysteries and thrillers over the years.