World Poker Tour(tm): In the Money [With Chip Tricks DVD]

World Poker Tour

Antonio Esfandiari

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Beschreibung

Antonio Esfandiari, a rising star of the World Poker Tour and one of professional poker's best players presents championship strategies for winning Texas Hold'em Cash Games.

This follow-up to WPT: Shuffle Up and Deal from poker professional Antonio Esfandiari with contributions from other stars of the World Poker Tour provides the next level of poker strategies and insights for today's poker players. Cash Games are the most commonly played version of Texas Hold'em; in fact at this very moment thousands are playing this non-tournament style of Hold'em in casinos, home games and online. This will be a must have for all poker enthusiasts.

Esfandiari is a regular at the biggest poker game in the world at Las Vegas' Bellagio

The World Poker Tour is the most popular show in the history of the Travel Channel. The series has revolutionized televised poker by offering expert analysis, and varying camera angles and close-ups of the players' hole cards, creating a whole new brand of high-tech, high-stakes, high-anxiety entertainment.

More than one in five Americans is a poker player, and over 70 million decks of cards are sold in the U.S. each year.

Phil Hellmuth's Play Poker Like the Pros has netted more than 155,000 copies since it was published in April 2003, and has recently hit the NY Times Bestseller List four times.

Once a professional magician, Antonio Esfandiari is now one of the hottest young players of poker. He was the first player under twenty-five to win a first-place prize of over one million dollars.

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Einband Taschenbuch
Seitenzahl 208
Erscheinungsdatum 01.03.2006
Sprache Englisch
ISBN 978-0-06-076305-3
Verlag William Morrow
Maße (L/B/H) 22.9/15.4/1.7 cm
Gewicht 331 g

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