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Secrets of Sit’n’gos is the ULTIMATE GUIDE to one of the most popular forms of poker.

Sit’n’go tournaments are single table events usually starting with nine or ten players and paying prizes for the top three finishers.

ALL serious poker websites and casinos offer Sit’n’gos - a fun and profitable way to get started in poker without having to risk a lot of money or make many difficult decisions.

This book will teach you everything you need to know whether you are a beginner or an experienced poker player, including:

  • how to go from being a novice to a winner using basic all-in or fold strategies
  • how to apply more advanced Sit’n’go concepts such as ICM to become an expert player
  • how to use computer programs effectively in making critical decisions
  • how to play optimally when heads-up (one-on-one) with high blinds
  • how to buiild a $200 bankroll to $100,000 in one year purely in Sit’n’go events

Phil Shaw will guide you through the early, middle and late stages of play, with clear explanations of the strategies required for success at each.

Phil Shaw is a hi-stakes poker player who has played all levels of Sit’n’go tournaments successfully, including high stakes games with a buy-in of $5,000. He’s a regular contributor to Inside Poker and Poker Player magazines and is an instructor in Sit’n’go play and mixed games for

Secrets of Sit’n’gos is a good book about applying the Independent Chip Model to sit’n’go poker tournaments. The book may be brief but the material it contains is solid, so I’d recommend it for those who play sit’n’gos and aren’t familiar with this particular approach.

Nick Christenson

For experienced sit-‘n’-go players, some of Shaw’s discussion may prove a review of already understood concepts, though newer players will surely benefit greatly from the clear, precise presentation of those concepts here. Those who have played and enjoy sit-‘n’-gos but have yet to delve deeply into the world of ICM may find Secrets of Sit’n’gos an inviting introduction as well.

Martin Harris,