High-Low-Split Poker, Seven-Card Stud And Omaha Eight-or-better For Advan (Advance Player)

High-Low-Split Poker, Seven-Card Stud And Omaha Eight-or-better For Advan (Advance Player)

High-Low-Split Poker, Seven-Card Stud and Omaha Eight-or-better for Advan (Advance Player)

The third book in the "For Advanced Players" series. It is really books 3 and 4 for two reasons. First, many of the concepts are similar for both games. Second, players mastering one game can easily make the transition to the other. Some of the ideas discussed in the seven-card stud eight-or-better section include starting hands, when an ace raises, disguising your hand on third street, play on fourth street, fifth street, sixth street, seventh street, position, bluffing, staying to the end, and scare cards. Some of the ideas discussed in the Omaha eight-or-better section include general concepts, position, low hands, high hands, your starting hand, how to play your hand, play on the flop, multiway versus short handed play, scare cards, getting counterfeited, and your playing style. A great deal of this material has never appeared in print before.

About the Author
Ray Zee was born and raised in New Jersey, and spent his college years in the East as well. Unlike other students, Ray did more than just study. He began to gamble on the side in school, and when he graduated he was...

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