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POKER Its Laws and Principles

POKER Its Laws and Principles

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Author: Algernon Crofton, Narrator: Stan Pretty

Playtime: 3 hours

Book Description

The main idea of this book author has tried to impress upon his readers is that the mathematical odds at poker are the player's chief enemy and that unless he can keep himself within the bounds of probability he is certain to fall into some of the pitfalls that continually beset the path of the inexperienced poker player.

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