Kill Phil, our killer poker book, took the poker world by storm?—?scaring the Phils and giving the little guys a fighting chance in no-limit hold ’em tournaments. Now you can bring a condensed version with you to live tournaments on our handy strategy cards: Kill Phil Rookie, Basic Live, and Advanced Strategy Post-Flop Play. There’s also a Basic Online card, for use as a quick reference when playing at home.
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About The Author(s)
|Blair Rodman made it into the prize money six times and played at three final tables in the 2004 WSOP. He topped it off finishing 54th out of 2,576 players (one spot behind the legendary Doyle Brunson). Blair continued the pace in 2005, making two final tables on the WSOP circuit, finishing second in the World Poker Tour finale at the Reno Hilton for a $327,000 payday, as well as second place at the Ultimate Poker Challenge at the Union Plaza.
At the height of his career, Lee Nelson was the top-rated poker tournament player in Australia and New Zealand. In 2006, he won the main event at the Aussie Millions and its US$1 million prize. Lee also won the 2005 Party Poker World Open ($400,000) prize and the pot-limit Omaha event at the 2009 Aussie Millions. An original member of the Australian Poker Hall of Fame, Lee is also the author of Let’s Play Poker, The Raiser’s Edge, Flop Turn River, and co-author of the highly acclaimed Kill Everyone and Kill Phil.