DAVID SKLANSKY THEORY AND PRACTICE PDF

Everything is laid out in very clear and explainable fashion, but there is so much to keep track of when you are actually playing. David Sklansky and Ed Miller run you through the poker basics, like Expected Value and pot odds, and then provide a lot of a practical advice taking into account all the various factors that need to be considered. Which is probably what keeps most people from becoming good poker players, because once you get past basics like "What are the odds of drawing to an inside straight" and "What is a semi-bluff? And of course, even if you master the math, you can never crunch the numbers perfectly for any given situation, because too much is variable.

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Taking a theoretical approach, it covers critical concepts like manipulating the pot size, adjusting correctly to stack sizes, winning the battle of mistakes, reading hands, and manipulating opponents into playing badly. It breaks this complex game down with thorough and easy to follow analysis. You have 5 4 in the big blind. One player limps, the small blind completes, and you check. The flop comes Q 9 2 giving you a flush draw.

The limper calls, and the small blind folds. The turn is the A. You check, and your opponent checks. The river is the 2. Since your opponent called on the flop, she probably had at least something at that point. She may have flopped a pair, or she could have flopped one of several possible draws. When you checked the turn, and she checked behind when an ace came, that sequence supported the possibility that your opponent held either a draw or a modest pair.

So you check. Now the scene has changed completely. The fact that she bet helps you narrow down her hand range considerably. Specifically, she would be far more likely to check her modest two pair hands, hoping to win a showdown, rather than bet them.

So the fact that she bet means that she probably either has trips or better 10 percent overall or she has "nothing" 30 percent overall.

When you contemplate a semi-bluff with a drawing hand, you have to compare the expectation of betting against the expectation of checking. For instance, if you have 9 8.

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Taking a theoretical approach, it covers critical concepts like manipulating the pot size, adjusting correctly to stack sizes, winning the battle of mistakes, reading hands, and manipulating opponents into playing badly. It breaks this complex game down with thorough and easy to follow analysis. You have 5 4 in the big blind. One player limps, the small blind completes, and you check. The flop comes Q 9 2 giving you a flush draw. The limper calls, and the small blind folds. The turn is the A.

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Jura David Sklansky and Ed Miller run you through the poker basics, like Expected Value and pot odds, and then provide a lot of a practical advice taking into account all the various factors that need to be considered. And this book is geared towards this type of game. Set up a giveaway. I simply have to suggest if you are going to read Sklansky that you might want to read more than one davdi his books. There was a problem filtering reviews right now.

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