Texas Hold'em Odds And Probabilities: Limit, no-limit, And Tournament Strategies by Matthew Hilger

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Texas Hold'em Odds And Probabilities: Limit, no-limit, And Tournament Strategies by Matthew Hilger In other words, mathematics is a fundamental part of the poker game and appears many players still boring or annoying to be. Mathematics is for poker, what the cake for Sunday afternoon coffee. In other words, mathematics is a fundamental part of the poker game and appears many players still boring or annoying to be.

Like most successful poker player, I have a good understanding of the basic opportunities and probabilities in the most at Hold'em regular situations. I know how I calculate how many outs and I like my chances are, the right card to meet, I know how often I could take a set and when I'm pot committed and must call the pot. I know also, as I must deal with it when I was a high favorite Bad Beat lose. All this information I receive through my personal calculator - my brain. I think that this is the minimum knowledge is what every poker player needs and wants, I really do not have much to learn. Thus, I was both excited and skeptical when I book by Matthew Hilger in the hands held. Excited, because this book my weaknesses poker game and uncovers skeptical, because after a lot of work looked at one thing, which to me is really not much. I was happily surprised; Matthew Hilger has a very tight, but still very detailed manual on the mathematical aspects of poker written. It is also for poker (or mathematics) Laity very easy to use and is in some aspects even deeper into the matter, as the books by David Sklansky (mainly, it is easier to understand!).

The book deals with a range of situations for which the best poker player should know approach. How much you must, in order to protect their hands, how can you hand the strength of her opponent and determine how much is the chance that an over-card on the flop comes when you have a random hand x-play. The book also offers support for all-in situations and tournaments. Hilger creates it (my opinion) several very complicated ways of making decisions very understandable way - calling or not calling, all-in or not All-In (in difficult situations, in what is often the wrong decisions are made). In the book of Hilger You can also find an extensive chapter on Limit Hold'em, in which their newly acquired skills test. Moreover, the book is a CD-Rom in on what you have a tutorial with the name "poker tutor" can be found. "Texas Hold'em Odds and Probabilities" is perhaps the only book that you need a solid understanding of the mathematical component poker to develop without boring game theories to have competence.

Above all, it is a book, which is based on real situations and what you play games on the Internet always lie next to the PC should have. If "Super System" the Bible is poker, then "Texas Hold'em Odds and Probabilities" with great probability the dictionary.






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