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How to Beat the Internet Casinos and Poker Rooms, By Arnold Snyder
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How to Beat Internet Casinos and Poker Rooms (2006)By Arnold Snyder
Table of Contents (paperback, 269 pages)
INTRODUCTION to How to Beat Internet Casinos and Poker Rooms
PART I: BEATING ONLINE CASINOS
2: The Basics
3: The Business End
4: Free Cash Bonuses
5: Your Win Rate in Dollars Per Hour
6: How Much Should You Bet?
7: Choosing Where to Play
8: Blackjack, Internet Style
9: Blackjack Switch
11: Variance, Friend and Foe
12: Video Poker and Other Games
14: Do Online Casinos Cheat?
PART II: MAKING MONEY IN INTERNET POKER ROOMS
2: Getting Started
3: Exploiting the Bonuses
4: How to Play Texas Hold'Em
5: Texas Hold'Em Strategy
6: No-Limit Texas Hold'Em Online
7: No-Limit Tournaments Online
8: Poker Bots, Cheating, and Other Weirdness
PART III: END MATTER
Afterword: The Future of Online Gambling
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Summary: How to Beat Internet Casinos and Poker Rooms provides both a clear, easy guide for beginners to make $5000 to $10,000 in online casinos, and information for more experienced players to improve their strategies for beating Internet casinos and poker rooms.
Please be aware that the poker information in this book is primarily a guide to the differences between live games and tournaments and the online poker games and tournaments, as well as a guide to evaluating online poker room bonuses.
For a professional-level strategy for beating online casino and live poker tournaments, we recommend The Poker Tournament Formula: A Comprehensive Guide to Making Money in Fast No-Limit Hold 'Em Tournaments (also by Arnold Snyder, and due in bookstores on June 25, 2006). This book provides an easy formula for evaluating the value of and bankroll requirements for online and live poker tournaments of 2 to 8 hours, with blind levels that last less than an hour. It also provides a mathematically-based basic strategy for optimizing your play and profits according to any tournament's exact blind structure.