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Ed Miller collaborated with David Sklansky and Mason Malmuth with lessons for beginners up to middle-limit play. Discusses pot-implied and reverse-implied odds; pot equity and counting the pot; speculative hands and powerhouse hands; the power of domination; the value of position; the importance of being suited and cold-calling hands with mediocre hands. Also explores counting outs, partial outs, and finding hidden outs; backdoor draws; redraws; relative position; and evaluating the flop....
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Gambling is something that many of us participate in, and this can include a trip to a casino or perhaps a home game of poker. But it turns out gambling, or aspects of gambling, will appear in many places, and this, of course, includes history, and that's what this book is about. First, we'll define exactly what gambling is, explain why both luck and skill (or lack of skill) are important, and also define something called non-self-weighting strategies which just happens to be the right way to...
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Subtitled 'The Autobiography of Poker Pro Eli Elezra' What does it take to become a top poker player who regularly plays in some of the largest stakes games offered in the Las Vegas Poker Rooms and elsewhere? Of course, everyone's story is a little different. But one of the more unique and interesting ones belongs to poker pro and businessman Eli Elezra. The text begins with Eli taking his seat at the final table of the 2004 Mirage Poker Showdown Tournament which was part of the World Poker...
Item #: 937 -
The first strategy book devoted exclusively to no-limit heads-up play. Using extensive hand examples and accompanying theory, chapters include: master expected value, equity, value betting, and the mathematics of heads-up strategy; play and exploit each of the most common playing styles; manipulate the pot size based on your hand and your opponent; attack button limps, bluff multiple streets, and aggress in the most profitable manner; exploit your opponents tendencies and perceptions through...
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As poker theory develops, the field is becoming more abstruse and mathematical, gradually becoming less accessible to the layperson. 'The Intelligent Poker Player' by Newall aims to reverse this trend by presenting a cohesive and sophisticated method of play in plain English. This approach, in principle, can be used to analyze any form of poker, although this mainly shows applications in the popular forms of Limit and No-Limit Hold 'em. It is also the first book to discuss the emergent field...
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Subtitled "A Guide to Understanding Theoretical Sound Poker". One of the most daunting moments in a poker player's career occurs when he realizes his knowledge of how to play a specific hand well is incomplete without the additional understanding of how to play every other hand in his range well. This task would be impossible if a player had to actually think about every other hand in his range, but by understanding theoretical sound poker, he can quickly design balanced ranges using the...
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Three no-limit hold'em cash game wizards present a book aimed at educating players about the most popular version of poker today. Clearly explains concepts such as the REM process, the commitment threshold, and stack-to-pot ratios, showing how to play and think like a pro. Covers sizing your bets properly, managing the pot, manipulating opponents, knowing when to go all in, and avoiding big mistakes. 314 Pgs. 2007
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This theoretical approach to high-stakes holdem covers critical concepts such as manipulating pot size, adjusting correctly to stack sizes, winning the battle of mistakes, reading hands, and manipulating opponents into playing badly. Breaks this complex game down to bare bones with thorough and easy to follow analysis. 310 Pgs. 2006
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You are presented with decisions faced by one of the people in the hand and you have to pick the play you would make in the specific situations. The incorrect play often is the focus followed by analysis, criticism and a look at errors. The goal overall is to improve post-flop play. Examines areas like betting for value; aggression meeting aggression; facing an early limper; avoiding the negative free-roll; calling with good odds; maneuvering with nothing; pot odds dictate; playing aces;...
Item #: 933 -
In volume one of this series, the author explained how to play the early phases of tournaments when people have plenty of chips and the blinds and antes are small. Here, the focus is on the endgame, how to play the later phases of a tournament when you have a shot at getting into the money, and when the blinds and antes are growing. Information on how to make moves, handle tricky inflection point plays, and maneuver when the tourney is down to its last few players. Includes a chapter on...
Item #: 932 -
The seven segments in this work focus on the beginning and middle stages of no-limit tournament play. A vital tutorial involving reshaping and remaking the way you think about the game in regard to other players, bankroll, position and pot odds among other factors. Discusses the role luck plays; when to show hands and why; various types of tournaments, including multi-table online; which tells are most important; pot odds and hand analysis. The heart of the book is the problem-question-answer...
Item #: 931 -
World champion Harrington continues his insight into success at cash games with chapters that look at tight aggressive play on the turn, tight aggressive play on the river, tells and observations, playing a style that's loose-aggressive and beating the weak games, and bankroll management. Each chapter covers myriad topics such as reasons for betting, balancing bet size, bluffing, leverage, understanding where you stand, playing live games, disguising your play, picking up blinds, applying...