Championship No Limit and Pot Limit Hold’em Review

Championship No Limit and Pot Limit Hold’em is a poker book by T. J. Cloutier, a professional poker player from Texas.  Tj Cloutier specializes in playing tournament poker, especially no-limit and pot limit hold’em. He is the only person in the history of the World Series of Poker to have won events in three types of Omaha played at the World Series. He has placed four times in the top five in the main event of the World Series of Poker, including two 2nd place finishes. T.J. Cloutier also finished in 5th place in 1988, and in 3rd place in 1998. Cloutier is currently second to Phil Hellmuth for the most all-time WSOP final table finishes record. His 55 WSOP cashes rank him 5th overall. As of 2009, his total live tournament winnings exceed $9,700,000. He was inducted into the Poker Hall of Fame in 2006 T.J Cloutier knows poker, and his book Championship No Limit and Pot Limit Hold’em will teach you a thing or two about poker.

Championship No Limit and Pot Limit Hold’em starts out with an interview from T. J. Cloutier. I enjoyed learning some of T.J.’s history and think it lets you get to know the author a little better. This is the beginning of an easy read, down to earth book. Championship No Limit and Pot Limit Hold’em ends with person stories from T. J. which are very entertaining! Championship No Limit and Pot Limit Hold’em shows and illustrates how a great player like T. J. Cloutier analyzes and plays key hands. All good poker players know success lies with pre flop play. Championship No Limit and Pot Limit Hold’em covers what cards to play pre flop and how to handle them post flop, and key issues with these cards. Championship No Limit and Pot Limit Hold’em also introduces key concepts of tournament play and how to approach the beginning, middle, and lat stages of tournament play.  T.J. also covers conservative versus aggressive play in his bookChampionship No Limit and Pot Limit Hold’em.

Championship No Limit and Pot Limit Hold’em needs to be on the bookshelf of any poker player. The more knowledge you take in, the better your poker game will be. Poker players must always keep learning new tips and viewpoints. So put Championship No Limit and Pot Limit Hold’em on your list and as always, good luck on your next poker hand!

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