The story of Doyle Brunson, an American treasure and the greatest poker player of all time, is one for the ages. It's a story of guts and glory, of good luck and bad, of triumph and unspeakable tragedy, of courage and grace. He has survived whippings, gun fights, stabbings, mobsters (the real-life ones portrayed in the movie Casino), murderers, and a death sentence when, riddled with incurable cancer, he was given months to live by doctors who told him his hand was played out.
The world's greatest poker player, ten-time World Series of Poker Bracelet winner Doyle Brunson, shows you a fast and powerful way to win big-time money online - or play for free.
Everything you need to be successful playing online poker is included. From the basics of getting started - the rules of the games, best sites to play, and online safety features - to the winning strategies of poker (including hold'em and 7-card stud) and online-specific strategies, Doyle shows you the inside path to profits. You'll learn how to spot online tells, the real truth about bluffing, and how to extract more money against online players - they're weaker! - to earn more profits.
Super System 2 pushes the envelope expanding on Doyle's original book while featuring new games, new strategies and new expert collaborators, including Crandell Addington, Lyle Berman, Johnny Chan, Jennifer Harman, Daniel Negreanu and Todd Brunson. This is a brand new book, not an update to Super System.
The book covers the essential strategies and advanced play on the most popular games played today. It also includes an online poker strategies chapter and unique poker psychology, not offered anywhere else.
Over 660 pages and now available in soft cover.
Considered the "Bible of Poker", this soft cover book has 600 power packed pages of Doyle and his team of collaborators explaining when to raise, call, bet and fold at Hold'Em (limit and no-limit), 7 Card Stud (high and low), draw poker and lowball. Plus, a complete tournament section. This is a must have book for serious players and is considered by the pros as one of the best books on poker, ever written.