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Internet Texas Hold'em: Winning Strategies from an Internet Pro
by Matthew Hilger
Publisher: Matthew Hilger
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Book Description
On any given night, thousands of players are playing poker for real money on the Internet. This book is an excellent tool for players at all levels to be successful at limit Texas Hold’em with specific topics focused on Internet play.

A comprehensive overview of Texas Hold’em is presented including general poker concepts such as probability and odds, bluffing, raising and check-raising. Various deceptive tactics are also discussed such as free cards, slowplaying, and inducing bluffs and calls. You’ll learn the correct strategies for starting hand play as well as playing on the flop, turn, and river. You’ll learn the intricacies of playing on the Internet and the differences in strategies between Internet and live play. Finally, you’ll be able to practice all of these strategies on over 200 actual Internet hands.

Poker is a fun game, but it is even more fun when you win. This is a book for players who want to improve their game to win more money. If you only play a few hours a week or strive to take your game to an advanced level, this book should serve as a reference for many years to come and help you become a consistent winner!

Product Details
  • Paperback: 298 pages
  • Publisher: Matthew Hilger; edition ()
  • ISBN: 0974150207
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 Based on 37 reviews.
  • Sales Rank: 5574

Customer Reviews

0 of 2 people found the following review helpful:

5Great Read. Let us buy it from amazon for you!, Aug 16, 2023
This book is a great place for beginner and intermediate players to start. There is a lot of information in this book that will allow players to make the most out of their bankroll. Many of the ideas have been discussed elsewhere, but Hilger has put together a wealth of knowledge all in one book.

The book has several areas that focus on poker on the internet. I recommended it for live players as well, but internet players will especially benefit from it. The starting hands charts that are included in the book are perfect for beginners and easy to have right in front of you while you play online.

The book is well worth the money and written by a solid player who has placed in the money two years in a row at the world series pof poker. I am looking forward to the next book he plans on releasing.

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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful:

4Very good book for beginners, Jul 31, 2023
I think this book is very good for hold'em players at beginner level (like me). One of the best organised one (the best I've ever read), full of good concepts on a very detailed way. I like it very much especially because of the lot of hand examples and Q&A-s.; So I think it is worth to buy, but unfortunately you won't get a lot of internet tips. If you buy this book you won't be disapponted, but if you really want a poker book about the internet play without common strategies concept don't buy this book.
Good luck!!!........Luck?????? Read this book and you won't need luck anymore!!!!

5 of 5 people found the following review helpful:

5More Than a Beginner Book, Jun 20, 2023
The reviews here that say this is just another hold 'em text book for beginners really don't do it justice. There is no way all of the information in this book could be ingested in a single read; it is extremely well structured, and doesn't patronize its readers (like, say Phil Hellmuth's lame excuse for an introduction to poker). I like the way it begins, not with starting hands and all that jazz, but with key concepts like hand reading, pot odds, bluffing and so on. While it's true that most of this is in familiar Sklansky territory, the real bonus comes in the thoroughness of the hand analyses and the test hands. Hilger covers a lot more ground than I've seen in other books of this sort, and needs rereading to get full appreciation. You really feel at the end that you could use this as a primer for internet (or live) poker, it's so complete. No, I'm not a friend of the author - I wouldn't know him if he sat opposite on the subway. As for the price - I think it's fair, compared to other poker books which deliver less value for about the same investment.

4 of 6 people found the following review helpful:

5the poker book I use most often, May 28, 2023
I've read a fair number of poker books, and this is the one I use most often. It has a very good starting hands chart, and the analysis is helpful throughout. If I were to recommend two books for starters, they would be this and Lee Jones's Winning Low Limit Hold'em. That book is good, too, but I find myself referring to Hilger's book more than Jones's. I've made a fair amount of money using these books.

8 of 10 people found the following review helpful:

5Best comprehensive Hold'em book on the market, May 27, 2023
That review by McIver is garbage. Over 200 people have reviewed the review?...sound suspicious to me. He is right though, 80% of the book covers Hold'em strategy which is good either in live games or on the Internet. It just so happens that this 80% is the best material on Hold'em ever written. It's not that it is rocket science, but the presentation, organization, and hand examples which all came from the Internet make it better than other books which came previously. The starting hand charts are also the best ever printed. So he is right in that this book is useful whether you play online or not.

This isn't easy reading however. You will need several reads to fully digest the information so if you are looking for a fluffy poker book, try Poker for Dummies. If you are new to poker or have some experience, read this book and then followup it up with Small Stakes Hold'em. Those two books combined will give you everything you need to succeed.


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