Table of Contents; Preface; Chapter 1: Introduction; Chapter 2: Counting Outs; Chapter 3: Practice Counting Outs; Chapter 4: Some Important Concepts; Chapter 5: Table Action Charts; Chapter 6: So What Good Are All These Outs?; Chapter 7: Classifying Your Opponents; Chapter 8: How Big Is The Pot?; Chapter 9: Playing For Keeps; Chapter 10: Seven Steps To Mastery.
Rolf Slotboom is a well-known European professional poker player who specialises in limit hold'em and pot-limit Omaha cash games. He has a regular column for Card Player magazine, and is considered one of the leading strategists in the game. Dew Mason is a professional middle-limit hold'em player and an expert in mathematics.
"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, 2004 World Series of Poker Champion "I have played with Rolf for many, many years, and I can tell 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." Rob Hollink, EPT Grand Final 2005 winner, and one of the world's most successful online players, both tournaments & cash "Rolf's game is of very high quality - and his writings reflect the level of his play." Isabelle Mercier, WPT Ladies Light Out 2004 winner "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 a sure fire winner." Barry Tanenbaum, Card Player columnist, and a highly successful middle-limit hold'em player "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." Jim Brier, Card Player columnist, and co-author of Middle-limit Hold'em