Book Review: Fundamentals of No Limit Holdem

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2010. October 15.
The latest piece of poker literature to hit the shelves is <em>&ldquo;No Limits: The Fundamentals of No-Limit Holdem&rdquo;</em> by<strong> Chris <em>&rsquo;Fox&rsquo; </em>Wallace </strong>and <strong>Adam Stemple</strong>. In addition to the Preface, a Glossary and three Appendixes the 16 chapters of the book include topics like <em>&ldquo;Pre-Flop Play,&rdquo; &ldquo;Bet-Size: The Key to No Limit Holdem,&rdquo; &ldquo;The Importance of Position,&rdquo; &ldquo;Bluffing Strategy and Tips,&rdquo; and &ldquo;Bankroll Management.&rdquo;</em>
PokerXFactor.com trainer Fox focuses in his text, organised by Stemple, basically on $1/$2 No-Limit cash games, in order to make it useful for both beginner and experienced cash game players, but many of its concepts can be applied in tournament play as well: “A lot of tournament players will get useful information out of the book. We weren’t gearing it towards specific games; we were trying to teach people how to think. When you teach people the concepts, they learn to analyze the game for themselves,” Wallace explained.


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The book explains its material in a clear-cut and logical way. In a preview released earlier this year, for instance, Wallace goes along a number of typical Complaints about different playing styles at a table and comes up with detailed and straightforward Answers. Another nice feature of the book is the use of sample hands, much like our own section “Hand of the Day.”

If you are interested in some excerpts, or want to order the book, you can visit the official website here.
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