Why I Wrote Mastering Poker Math Volume 2
After completing Mastering Poker Math Volume 1, I continued to take notes during and after games.Over time, I realized that although there was a great deal of useful information in the first book, more robust and practical math became apparent for the intermediate to advanced players.
Consequently, Mastering Poker Math Volume 2 came into existence.
This work deep dives into probabilities, equities, range analysis, trapping, disciplined folding, the metagame, and combining these skills with the rest of your game. It also streamlines (and enhances) critical concepts taught in Mastering Poker Math Volume 1.
In summary, Mastering Poker Math Volumes 1 and 2 have both been written to fill a significant gap in the hands-on mathematics of Texas No-Limit Hold 'em.
"A teacher is never a giver of truth—he is a guide, a pointer
to the truth that each student must find for himself.
A good teacher is merely a catalyst."—Bruce Lee
My Poker Journey
I was drawn to the Texas No-Limit Hold 'em due to my profound enjoyment of competitive and strategic sports and games coupled with my education and experience in engineering and business.
It seems natural that I was drawn into Texas No-Limit Hold 'em initially because of the competition, strategy, complexity, poker math, critical thinking, decision making, problem-solving, and more.
The skills learned in poker continue to drive my interest in the game since there aren't any absolute answers, only improving one's skills by increments—just like in everyday life. I enjoy the intricacy and challenge of the game, along with the eloquent, powerful, and practical mathematics behind it.
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