Orange County, CA (PRWEB) December 05, 2013
Troy smith, author of, “How to Play Poker,” begins his book by introducing his readers to the concept of the poker face. He says, “You have heard of the phrase ‘poker face’; the term refers to a person with an inscrutable expression. You can’t tell what his or her real expression is.” He continues, “The game of poker is as much a matter of luck as it is of skill – the skill of betraying your real emotions when holding your cards.” This skill of hiding one's emotions is important in any game of poker because the trick is not to reveal the hand one was dealt. Having a good poker face, can help one bluff their way through the game. Amazon is re-launching this book.
Smith goes further into detail about what kind of cards to use and how to deal properly. He then states, “The game of poker is deceptively simple yet it is so much fun to play because of the mind games and strategies involved.” Next he reveals the winning hands any poker player should look for.
There are many variations of poker. This book gives excellent details about each variation. The author says, “Poker comes in different variations, all following a similar philosophy and a similar pattern in general. There is a hand ranking hierarchy which is the foundation of the game, that is where everything begins to follow a certain pattern.”
One chapter titled, “The Real Objective of Poker,” reveals an excellent tip for winning a poker game. The author explains that you may think you understand the main objective of poker, but not so fast. He gives specific details about what to do and when, in order to increase one's chances of winning the game. One helpful hint is to read the body language of one's fellow players. This can be difficult to do for beginners, but with Troy Smith’s excellent explanation anyone can be a pro in no time. Body language is key in learning how to play poker.
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About “How to Play Poker”
This book is currently available through Amazon Kindle and paperback. Its first edition was published on Amazon in September 4, 2012. New updates were made to this book on November 21, 2013.