Strategies for Beating Small Stakes Poker Tournaments Review
Poker / October 28, 2018

Jonathan Little’s book “Strategies for Beating Small Stakes Poker Tournaments” is often called the best book on tournament poker, or at least the best one that was written after Harrington. This was largely influenced by the fact that the poker player and coach wrote it from his personal experience. The author admits that he studied a lot of poker literature before becoming a professional and even before playing for real money but he did not find much useful information in most books on tournament poker. Therefore, he created his book, which will help to save time for readers to find the right information. Little is confident that the proper approach to reading the material will be extremely useful and will accelerate your path to a professional career tournament poker player. The author of “Strategies for Beating Small Stakes Poker Tournaments” – Jonathan Little believes that a significant drawback of modern literature about poker training is a tight style of play. According to the author, the use of this style will lead to a loss in the long run. In this regard, the author introduces his own poker strategies. The distinctive qualities of Jonathan Little’s book “Strategies for Beating Small Stakes…

Power Hold’em Strategy Review
Poker / October 28, 2018

“Power hold’em strategy” is definitely the best book on poker from Negreanu. He created a book modeled on “Super System” by Doyle Brunson, but, unlike him, the author focused only on the unlimited hold’em, Daniel invited the best poker professionals to participate in the work on the book. Daniel was helped by David Williams, Todd Brunson, Evelyn, Angie, Erick Lindgren and Paul Wasicka. Each of them took a small, in principle, section, and the result was a great book on unlimited hold’em with a very wide scope. It will suit a player of any level: it will set the necessary base for a beginner, open new horizons for a good player and make even a real professional think. “Power hold’em” includes competent recommendations for beginning unlimited tournament players from Evelyn Angie, and tips for both serious and unserious cash players from Todd Brunson. Paul Wasicka talks about the features of the game at short tables. Really serious things about complex poker, including all sorts of non-obvious moments are analyzed by David Williams. This section of “Power hold’em” will be of interest to strong players. The book reaches its climax in its tension in a section written by Daniel Negreanu himself….

Poker Math: Simple, Effective and Advanced Strategies to use Poker Math in the World of Poker Review
Poker / October 28, 2018

A lot of people like card games like poker, though it is played by players of two types: those who sit down at the table and use their intuition, as well as those who put logic and mathematics at the forefront. The second category of representatives is not large, and most of them cannot boast of good results, but they always have an advantage over the representatives of the first camp. We needn’t talk about the reasons. It is not known which group you belong to, but if you have a strong desire to get up from the table as a winner, then you must necessarily have a certain amount of knowledge. We are talking about poker mathematics, which is an effective and easily used strategy, due to which you can win your rivals. This is what we discuss in Poker Math: Simple, Effective and Advanced Strategies to use Poker Math in the World of Poker by Kevin Bailey. It offers a variety of options for different strategies, which are based on practical thinking, hard numbers and sober calculation. Only this approach can guarantee a positive result. Of course, you should do it professionally, which also implies a good financial…