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5.0 out of 5 stars
Very good cash game book, 1 May 2008
Harrington's tourney books are probably the best books on the market for no limit hold em tourney's.
I was a little sceptical though whether Harrington would be able to write a book just as good for cash games.
I didn't need to worry, he explains the difference of why hands like top pair top kicker are great in tourney's but are very average in cash games.
Also the chapter on small hands small pots was very good at explaining that even pocket aces on a flop can be a small hand.
The explanation that the difference between hands like 67 suited and poket aces comes down in deep stack poker was very good.
Basically if you're a new player or a player moving from tourney's to cash, this is a must read.
I've been playing cash and tourneys on-line now for 5 yrs and still found it very useful even if only to confirm what I thought was the case.