This ebook focuses on the use of killing cards and the stripper deck to gain an advantage in the popular game of Texas Hold’em. The first part of the ebook is a short investigation into the art of using the cut to take cards out of play. Initially, the mathematics of killing cards is presented along with an assessment of probabilities when all the aces, tens and five value cards are killed. After highlighting the fact that very few cards are exposed during a round of Hold’em, the second part of the book looks at some different types of stripper deck that are available. This covers multiple sets, common sets and subsets. It also looks at the concept of a stripper stack and suggests some potential card combinations that could be used. Whilst the entirety of this book is focused on using these techniques during game play, most of them are unlikely to be used in modern day play, but still remain an interesting topic of study.
1st edition 2017, 39 pages.
word count: 10044 which is equivalent to 40 standard pages of text