The ‘Revised and Expanded Edition’ updates the original title, addressing the evolving aspects of the game. ‘Kill Everyone’ is a collection of concepts and strategies on how to play the modern tournament in no-limit hold’em. This is not a first read for beginners, but allows anyone with a basic understanding of the game to quickly develop the skills and knowledge to mix it with the best. The highly mathematical approach is well hidden so the reader does not need to understand the math, but an appreciation is required in order to benefit from its implications. A number of important concepts are explored, such as fear-and-fold equity and equilibrium, optimal bubble strategies, end-game and heads-up play, plus short-stack and short-handed cash games. This book is a must; if you haven’t read it, the majority of your opponents have – and at the end of the day, it’s your money.