Heads-up poker is one of the fastest growing formats on the Internet and an essential skill for players who want to win tournaments. Paul Wasicka, 2007 heads-up champion, not only presents the theory of how to win but gives practical no-nonsense advice on controlling the action. Wasicka shows how to use aggression to dominate opponents and keep them under constant pressure. Readers learn how to play waek and medicore hands for profit, how to push around passive players, and how to manhandle and trap aggressive ones. Wasicka presents each concept painstakingly-such as pot manipulation, aggression vs. aggression, attacking limpers, the three-and four-bullet bluffs, getting maximum equity, playing short and big stacks-so that readers can immediately and exponentially improve their heads-up game.