The book: Mastering Poker Math has been created for all serious poker players who want to take their game to the next level. Improving at anything takes time, study, dedication, and a burning desire to learn new ways of thinking. Poker is no different. Book Layout The sections in this book are as follows. Each section has been designed to build upon the previous ones. They are: Section I. Foundational Poker Math Skills Section II: Mastering the Math Section III: Mastering the Math Applications Section IV: Becoming a New Breed of Poker Player There are a handful of places where the math gets a little cumbersome. I have labeled these SharkSavvy Math Equation (For Geeks). This is in case you are interested in how the math is derived. If not, you can ignore these areas. The next and final Blog post in this series will provide the description of newly released Mastering Poker Math on the Amazon page. Stay tuned! Make sure you press "Like" if you enjoyed this Blog Post
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Cenk Kiral
6/9/2019 03:44:36 am
Hey Chuck, thanks for writing this book in such a nice way to help guys like me, who are not mathminded by nature. In your book, even guys like me can grasp the root understanding of the math theories. I truly appreciate it. I am almost done reading your book, but I have one question: how can one apply such theories like decision trees or calculationg the EVs right in the middle of a hand? I mean, I think there must be some practical ways of making such calculations or otherwise one must have a mind like a computer to make all such calculations. Is there a method to practice making all these EV calculations? The reason I am asking this is that eversince I started reading about poker math, my game have worsened such that I started loosing more. Before reading all these theories, I was a tight player, mostly going with instinct but in the end, I hardly ever ended up in loss. By the way, up until the october 2018, I was an occasional player, and after that time, I started playing regularly by reading more on poker, listening podcasts, watching Youtube etc. The more I read and gained more knowledge, the more I started to loose, and it seems like my mind was perplexed with all that knowledge. Therefore, I am asking if there are more pratical ways to make all these calculations on the table right in the middle of a hand, before making a huge bet or not.
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