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Winning Low-Limit Hold'em (2nd Edition)
by Lee Jones
Publisher: Conjelco
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Editorial Reviews:

Book Description
Since its first publication in 1994, Winning Low-Limit Hold'em, by Lee Jones, has become the major reference on playing Texas Hold'em at the lower limits. However, poker has changed over the several years and Lee has continued to study the game. The result is this revised and expanded second edition.

If you play low-limit Hold’em, or would like to learn to play Hold’em, this book is for you. It won’t teach you a lot of advanced poker theory, but it will give you a solid foundation with which you can be a winner at low-limit Hold’em.

Read this book, study it carefully, and be disciplined: you’ll be able to beat any 1-4, 3-6, or 1-4-8-8 Hold’em game you join.

Product Details
  • Paperback: 200 pages
  • Publisher: Conjelco; edition (Nov 16, 2022)
  • ISBN: 1886070156
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 Based on 109 reviews.
  • Sales Rank: 4457

Customer Reviews

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:

5The Best Way to get started, Aug 8, 2023
This should be everyone's first poker book for low limit holdem. It explains the necessary tools in order to make money at low limits. The reading is very easy and should take about a day or two to finish. I would recommend reading it twice or even three times. The more you read it the more you will understand how to win at low limits. The question and answer sections are a great way to fully digest the material.
This should be everyone's FIRST LOW LIMIT POKER BOOK.
After you are comfortable with the material I would recommend the
"Small Stakes. . . " (Sklansky) book
good luck

0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:

5A Great read. Let us buy it from Amazon for you!, Aug 6, 2023
This is the book I always recommend for beginner poker players. It preaches some of the most important concepts of the game in a straightforward manner. Hold em is a game that the educated player can excel in. After reading this book you will have a good foundation to play a good game and move on to more advanced readings.

I highly recommend this book. I still read it once every six months as a simple refresher. Let us buy this book for you from amazon! Got to get your copy.

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:

5I tested it, and it worked, Jul 30, 2023
I bought this book after reading Poker for Dummies, which I did not find very useful. This book, however, I found to be imminently readable, and I felt the advice could be put into practice. The book is very logically organized, covering a system of play from pre-flop through river. It offers good advice on how to play most situations. The emphasis is on playing only premium hands, which don't come along that often; but playing them aggressively when they do.

I decided to put the system to the test by using "play money" on one of the online casinos, doing my level best to follow the advice in the book about which hands to play and how to play them. I played for 109 hours at $5-10, $10-20, and $25-50 tables, and kept track of my hourly performance. Over the period, I won $42,375 from a single $1,000 investment. My average hourly performance was winning 37.45 small bets. My worst hourly performance was losing 136 small bets. My best hourly performance was winning 210 small bets. Based on statistical standard deviation, 90% of the time I could expect my performance to range between losing 30 small bets and winning 105 small bets. I am a believer.

0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:

5An excellent foundation for your poker future, Jul 20, 2023
What can I say that hasn't been said on here? This book is straight forward, to the point and in my opinion honest (he isn't promising to turn you into a millionaire in the first week). I have been playing for about 6 months (yes my poker playing was rekindled by WPT on tv) and found this book to really open up my eyes ecspecially on how to play every hand from start to finish. I would have classified myself as a tight passive player prior to reading this book (although like most, I would sometimes get the urge to "gamble" after folding hand after hand). This book has given me the tools to become a more tight aggressive player when my hand dictates I should be. I think anyone who is playing Hold'em should probably read this book, although in a way I hope they don't as I would prefer to win their money and not vice versa.

0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:

5Fantastic Foundation for Low Limit Holdem !, Jul 19, 2023
Simply put, I love this book.....I have been searching for quite some time, looking for a book that would improve my holdem game, not just books containing theory or non-practical analysis. This book is like no other book out there, that I've seen , because this is the one book that practically showed me how to play different hands in different situations. The game of Low-limit holdem is so characteristically different from even middle limit or high limit and this book is designed for specifically low limit games. I really enjoy how Lee Jones not only tells you what move is the best move, but he many times will explain why this is the best move. Now, I go down to the poker casino and hit up the low limit tables, and more than not, I end up cashing out for more money than I brought in. If you follow this book fairly straight up, it would be very difficult to lose your bankroll in low limit games, by limiting your losses and maximizing your profit opportunities. This book is great in its content, but even better in its organizational presentation.


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