Book Review: A Poker Player's Guide to Mixed Games By Ken Lo.

This is what Jonathan Little has put together in this book and as a result, he created one of the best poker books of the last 10 years. You must be a competent poker player before diving into this one. This book doesn’t delve into the basics and jumps head first into more advanced topics. Excelling at No-Limit Hold’em will make you rethink some of the ideas and strategies you have had.

I suggest focusing on books that give you a better cultural understanding of the game and of the psychology of people that play it. They are more timeless and fun to read, and will make the game sticky even if you are losing and having an aggravat.

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The Intelligent Poker Player is also the first book to discuss the emergent field of artificial poker intelligence otherwise known as poker robots. The best computers are capable of playing heads-up limit hold em at a world class level, and this book deconstructs some interesting features of their play. And finally, professional poker is a risky career choice. So in addition to the strategy.The Education of a Modern Poker Player is the product of JB’s cunning plan, and documents his progress from being unable to beat NL10 to establishing himself on NL100. Over the course of this entertaining book, TT and Manu explain how to beat these small stakes games, aided and abetted by JB, and illustrate all the important concepts with real example hands.Poker writer Ken Lo’s work has appeared in PokerNews.com, and he runs his personal website, MixedGames.net.But his lasting contribution to the game of poker (at least up to this point) is the 691 page treatise on mixed game poker strategies he penned back in 2014: A Poker Player’s Guide to Mixed Games: Core Strategies for HORSE, Eight-Game, Ten-Game and Twelve-Game Mixes.


The Intelligent Poker Player by Philip 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 book mainly shows applications in the popular forms of limit and no-limit hold ’em. The Intelligent Poker Player is also the first book to discuss the emergent.Summary: Becoming A Professional Poker Player. The life of a professional poker player isn’t for everyone, and while it can bring you a lot of joy, you have to consider this career very carefully before diving in. In this article, we’ve touched many points about what it means to be a professional poker player and play for a living.

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Studying is essential to becoming the best poker player you can be, but at the same time, poker is a game that requires practice. Without practice, we can’t apply what we’ve learned off the felt, and we’ll begin to lose our innate sense of the game. Many of the decisions you make at the poker table are automatic. However, you’ll find that the longer you go without practicing, the less.

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The Theory of Poker is an expansion and total revision of the book Sklansky on Poker Theory, written by David Sklansky and originally published by Gambler's Book Club of Las Vegas in 1978. That book was directed primarily to professional poker players. This book is directed to.

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On the other hand as a book of poker advice it is largely useless.Pre-game theory and largely ignorant of the mathematics of probability it is a guide to playing solid tight aggressive poker which is fine for a beginner but the choice of game leaves a lot to be desired. If you are still playing 5-stud, jacks-or-better draw, and you still view seven card stud games to be a bit new fangled this.

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