Mathew Hilger's Internet Texas Hold'em: Winning Strategies from an Internet Pro
About Mathew Hilger
Matthew Hilger is from Atlanta, Georgia. He became an Internet poker professional in 2001. In his first full year he made over $100,000 playing online. He has logged over 7000 hours on the Internet, playing at limits from $1-$2 up to $30-$60 and many online tournaments. Matthew played in two live major tournaments in 2002 and won the 2002 New Zealand Poker Championship.
Prior to his poker career, Matthew worked in various accounting, finance, and consulting positions with Andersen Consulting (currently Accenture), Chiquita Brands International, and Bristol-Myers Squibb.
He completed a Master’s degree in Finance at Georgia State University in 1991 and also a Master’s degree in International Business from Thunderbird in 1996.
Introduction to Mathew Hilger's Internet Texas Hold'em
On any given night, thousands of players are playing poker for real money on the Internet.
This book is good tool for players at all levels to be successful at limit Texas Hold’em with
specific topics focused on Internet play.
A comprehensive overview of Texas Hold’em is presented including general poker concepts
such as probability and odds, bluffing, raising and check-raising. Various deceptive
tactics are also discussed such as free cards, slowplaying, and inducing bluffs and calls.
You’ll learn the correct strategies for starting hand play as well as playing on the flop, turn, and river.
You’ll learn the intricacies of playing on the Internet and the differences in strategies between Internet
and live play. Finally, you’ll be able to practice all of these strategies on over 200 actual Internet hands.
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