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The Win Tourn V1 application provides simulations of actual online Texas Hold’Em poker tournament hands along with expert advice synchronized to the action. The application allows you to replay the tournament hands step by step. The app shows the action and injects the text from the experts as it unfolds at your own pace.Win Tourn V1 adapts and provides the content from the book “Winning Poker Tournaments One Hand At A Time – Volume 1” by Eric “Rizen” Lynch, Jon “Apestyles” Van Fleet, and Jon “PearlJammer” Turner as published by DIMAT Enterprises, Inc. (Copyright 2008) Win Tourn V1 presents:50 hands / commentary by Jon "PearlJammer" Turner 50 hands / commentary by Eric "Rizen" Lynch 74 hands / commentary by Jon "Apestyles" Van Fleet 20 Collaborative hands / commentary by the team of 3Win Tourn V1 can be a great companion for the book itself, and it is more interactive and more engaging than a standard e-Book. You will find it an ideal learning tool for reading and following the expert's advice as you prepare for Texas Hold'Em poker tournaments. This innovative tool can help you follow the decision-making by these three professionals, and it can enhance your understanding of their strategies to win Texas Hold’Em poker tournaments.

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