Learn to Win at Poker for 5 Bucks is a tight, bright, four-color, quick-reference manual for the millions of people who've jumped on the poker craze ignited by TV shows like "Celebrity Poker Showdown", "World Series of Poker" and "World Poker Tour", and by the phenomenal popularity of online poker. Written by an intelligent, winning master of the game for other intelligent human beings, the text is integrated with large illustrations (either photographs, illustrations, or software interface shots, as applicable). Brief tips or warnings at page bottom address any ancillary points not covered in the basic how-to text. There's nothing else. Readers will quickly learn how to actually play winning poker, using the essential knowledge, insight, and tricks of the game never learned by many players who may consider themselves wisened veterans. With a 6 x 7 trim size and a low price point ($5, remember?), these books aren't designed to be the complete reference, but are intended to be an irresistible impulse buy for people who don't normally buy books in this area--or for people who just want to learn the basics.