Every time you call when you should fold, you’re giving away money. Every time you fold when you should call, you’re giving away money.
In this innovative book Rolf Slotboom and Dew Mason provide a comprehensive guide to playing drawing hands after the flop in hold’em. Their methodical approach to playing on the come. will provide you with a thorough grounding in post-flop play, enabling you to make the correct decisions in determining whether or not you should remain in the hand.
Hold’em on the Come answers such key limit hold’em questions as:
All leading to this all-important question:
The authors provide you with an in-depth analysis of drawing hands, leading to a simple but effective system that at all stages will help you see where you’re at, which in turn should help your overall results tremendously.
This book is a must-read for all serious limit hold’em players. It provides the most comprehensive discussion to date on the play of drawing hands. The added comments by poker pro Rolf Slotboom make the book an invaluable addition to your poker library.
Rolf Slotboom is one of my favorite poker authors. His deep understanding of the game coupled with his clear concise presentation makes this book by Dew Mason and him is a sure fire winner.
Lots of players misplay their drawing hands, especially beginning players and those who have only learned poker by the seat of their pants. “Hold’em On The Come” is a great addition to the poker literature, especially so for these players. Rolf is known for giving accurate and easy-to-understand advice, and he does an excellent job in this book of presenting that advice such that any holdem player can become better at playing their draws.
Greg Raymer, world class player and World Series of Poker winner says this book is …a great addition to poker literature. I wholeheartedly agree.
I have played with Rolf for many, many years and I can tell you from experience: his play is more safe than the Bank of England. So, this book is a must-read for everybody who takes the game seriously.