Kill Phil: The Fast Track to Success in No-Limit Hold ’em Poker Tournaments

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Kill Phil: The Fast Track to Success in No-Limit Hold ’em Poker Tournaments

Thanks to television, the Internet, and the incredible popularity of the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas, when Kill Phil was first published in 2006, tournament poker had become the richest sport in the world. The problem was that no-limit hold ’em was dominated by a handful of experienced and skilled professional players. Kill Phil turned the tables on the pros by introducing a strategy that allowed even an absolute novice to compete against the best players in the world.

The Kill Phil strategy remains highly effective when used in confrontations with even the world’s best players, but tournament play is evolving. This revised edition reflects the new trends in tournament poker by refining the use of the all-in move and providing adaptations that take into account the new style of hyper-aggressive play.

At its core, though, Kill Phil remains what it’s been from the start–the best method possible for entering the exciting and potentially lucrative poker-tournament arena.
Read Kill Phil and:

Learn an abbreviated system–the “Kill Phil Rookie”–that’s simple enough to be mastered within an hour and powerful enough to make you competitive in your first tournament.
Climb the Kill Phil ladder, learning more powerful strategies as you gain real-time experience.
Adjust your play for success in online tournaments, Sit-n-Go’s, and single-table satellites.

As a special bonus, this new edition contains the complete set of strategies formatted as they appear on the Kill Phil strategy cards–an added $14.95 value!

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KS says:

All In Every Hand Is Just Dumb This is a good book in that you will learn about the dumbest strategy you could use. All in every hand worth a raise if short stacked and overbet preflop and overbet every flop when you are deep stacked. You don’t need to read a whole book to know this. If you follow this advice, you will have a very swingy stack and bust out before the money. KP ers are only going to get called by a hand that beats them, or trapped by a better player with a monster. Good players won’t loosen up just because…

Anonymous says:

I thoroughly enjoyed reading the book. I’ve seen this style implemented in online tournaments and was curious exactly how it worked. The book does a good job explaining the strategy in a clear, concise, and fun way. I have enough experience to see the holes in the strategy, but it it still taught me some tricks and subtleties that I’ve added to my game.Why the low rating? At the end of the book there’s a lengthy example of the strategy being applied effectively in a tournament. My…

Anonymous says:

I am a recreational player at best who dominates “free poker” around the local pub scene. I thought I was good, so I went to a casino and entered 3 tournaments in one day. I never have been abused so badly. I have read countless books on poker and was really confused as to the aggressive behaviors I was backing down from. So I looked up aggressive tournament poker and stumbled upon this book. I am a short ball player and recognizing the strengths of long ball has made me a complete…

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