Limit Texas Hold'em with average rates ranging from $ 10- $ 20 to $ 40- $ 80, players are strong enough, the style of play is different.
Probably not more complex form of poker than Texas Hold'em. However, at first glance, the game seems deceptively simple. Many people who have spent at the poker tables a lot of time and money, and consider themselves players play as if any two cards must win. Of course, those playing in this way, very quickly lose money. The book by David Sklansky and Mason Malmuth Hold 'em Poker for opyatnye players, "had a big impact on the poker world. Let's just say, after the first edition of this book Hold'em popularity in the US has increased dramatically.
If you want to become a strong player, you have to understand the strategy of the game and a lot of techniques described in this book, otherwise you will have to beat. If you're new, but will give enough training time and effort, you will become more discerning in the intricacies of this form of poker than many of those who now considers himself a professional. However, do not expect to achieve this in one evening. In the book "Hold'em Poker for Advanced Players", the authors analyze not only the various aspects of the game, including the concept of bluff and semi-bluff, psychology, ranking the first two cards, the free cards, loose and tight games, etc., but also bring a lot of concrete examples . Many of the points raised in the book, never reported in the press. Many things seem new, even successful professional players.
It is important to note that the "Hold'em Poker for Advanced Players" - one of the few poker books written by players does succeed, the authors explain in detail the reasons for his success, hiding nothing from his rich experience. Ideas and examples set forth in the text, should lead a disciplined and diligent players to victory. However, as already mentioned, one night will not happen. Many have reread the book and study the examples of many times. And then you will not be disappointed with the results of your game.