Catching Fish: A Practical Guide to Beating $1/$2 No-Limit Texas Hold'em Games is a new ebook that covers everything poker players need to know to beat low stakes no-limit cash games.
Online PR News – 10-September-2011 – – Independent author Edward Scimia has released his latest poker book for the Kindle, Catching Fish: A Practical Guide to Beating $1/$2 No-Limit Texas Hold’em Games. The book focuses on the strategies needed to succeed in low stakes cash games, and is aimed at players who already have a working knowledge of the rules and basics of Texas Hold’em.
Catching Fish covers everything a player who wants to be a winner at live $1/$2 no-limit hold’em needs to know to get the advantage in these popular games. Unlike most other poker books, which are heavy on theory and discuss techniques for beating other tough players, Catching Fish takes a more practical approach in showing players the kinds of techniques that are most effective against the looser and weaker players that populate more casual poker games – the kinds of games found in nearly every poker room around the world.
With over 30,000 words of advice, Catching Fish covers every important topic that improving players need to master in order to become winners in small stakes games. The book begins with a discussion of basic poker concepts that will help players at every level, such as the importance of position and the different kinds of odds players must consider at the table. The book then delves into preflop play, where players will learn how to select starting hands and how to adjust to different stack sizes. The majority of the book then deals with the complexities of postflop play, including value betting, continuation bets, bluffing, and river play.
Catching Fish is currently available for purchase in the Amazon.com Kindle Store, and is priced at $5.99.
Author Edward Scimia is a freelance writer who has contributed content to numerous online websites. However, he is best known in his capacity as the Chess Guide for About.com. Scimia has written a number of gambling related ebooks, including Texas Hold’em Strategy for Beginners and the Casino Game Guides series.