The US publisher Cardoza has launched what it is confident will be a best-selling book on poker by Daniel Negreanu titled "Power Hold’em Strategy", featuring contributions from some of the top international poker aces in the industry.
 
Publisher Avery Cardoza says: "It has always been our philosophy to publish books by the world’s top poker authorities and champions. Power Hold’em ticks all the appropriate boxes and I am sure will provide the perfect PokerStarsplatform for all levels of player’s to improve their game.
 
"Power Hold’em Strategy is the most anticipated title since Super System 2 and will position “Kid Poker” alongside our most popular authors such as Doyle Brunson, Mike Caro, Bobby Baldwin and T.J Cloutier."
 
Contributing to the work are some of the most respected players in poker today, including Todd Brunson, David Williams, Erick Lindgren, Evelyn Ng and Paul Wasicka.
 
The book contains information on short-handed and heads-up play, high-limit cash games, a powerful beginner’s strategy to neutralise professional players, how to mix up play, bluff, and win big pots.
 
The centerpiece is Negreanu’s powerful and revolutionary small ball strategy. "You’ll learn how to play hold’em with cards you never would have played before — and with fantastic results," claims Cardoza.
 
Negreanu says that the information in the book will help readers to improve their no-limit hold’em game immensely, whether they are online grinders, low-limit tournament players, or even aspiring pros looking to play on the big-time poker circuit.
 
"We tried to fit in as many helpful hand examples as we could without creating a 1 000-page monster," the poker pro said. "When you apply the advice we’ve given you to your own game, I have no doubt that you will improve rapidly. Equally important, this book should help you understand the mindset of small-ball players so that when you face off against one, you won’t be confused by his approach. Instead, you will be able to exploit him."
 
Power Hold’em Strategy sells for GBP 22.95 (UK) and Euro 33.30 (Europe)