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Want to Read saving…. The turn is the A. Which makes sense to me, because he’s not necessarily known as an NL guy.

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Given these percentages, you decide that a bluff bet wouldn’t be profitable. These are complex concepts that would require study under any circumstances. In fact, even if our assumption that she’d rarely bet modest two pair hands is somewhat wrong, she’ll often fold those hands anyway thepry the check-raise.

You also think she’ll bluff-raise occasionally with her “nothing” hands and busted draws. Rather than offering “starting hand charts” or a detailed analysis of how to play different hands, it discusses the gheory a player should think about at a no-limit table. Most good players know that bluffing a calling station is not a positive EV move.


Now the scene has changed completely. One of the great things about NLHE: As for practical advice, NLHE: Explore the Home Gift Guide. Your best hope is that no smlansky flopped much and that you can pick up the pot immediately.

I recall thinking that it was good but not great and then reconciling it to my bookshelf as I spent the next year figuring the game out for myself. Essential Poker Math, Expanded Edition: There was a problem filtering reviews right now.

Poker Book Review: NL Hold’em Theory and Practice by Sklansky and Miller

Annd of course, even if you master the math, you can never crunch the numbers perfectly for any given situation, because too much is variable.

No limit hold em is exploding in popularity. Updating review, and raising from 3 to 4 stars. Sep 28, Bob rated it it was ok.

Book Review: NLHE Theory and Practice – Thinking Poker

Get to Know Us. With limited implied odds, semi-bluffing becomes more attractive on the paired board. Another great cash games book! However, their presentation in NLHE: Learn how your comment data is processed. The fact that he sklanzky his ideas as simply as possible sometimes with Mason Malmuth even though these ideas frequently involve concepts that are deep, subtle, and not to be found elsewhere.


In some cases, though, particular concepts receive explanation and page space well out of proportion to their importance. See and discover other items: As a chess player I am so fond of this game, that after following their advice you finally understan One of the greatest advises you will get on No Limit Poker.

At least, I don’t think he does. But gheory good part about this book is that the book makes a very explicit distinction in explaining the difference between limit and no limit; and between deep stack no limit and short stack no limit; and between cash game and tournament.

It’s counterintuitive, but true: I’ve read it like three times, and probably will again soon. The idea of “Levels of Thinking” as presented here is complex but it comes down to a simply maxim: Some of the more valuable, if elementary chapters savid those on bluffing and semi-bluffing, and on multiple levels of thinking.