"Absorb what is useful, discard what is useless and add
what is specifically your own." ~ Bruce Lee
Texas No-Limit Hold 'em is tough and getting tougher by the year. It is exciting, challenging, and fun.
At its core, poker is a game of information. It uses controlled aggression, knowledge, discipline, experience, patience, pattern recognition, courage, resilience, strategy, tactics, adaptability, learning from your mistakes, and much more. During all interactions, playing the player needs to be front and center in your mind.
Mastering Poker Math Volume 2 (like its predecessor: Mastering Poker Math Volume 1) is designed to illuminate poker math and how to integrate it with the rest of your game. By learning and applying the knowledge and strategies within, you can:
This book does a comprehensive study on how to:
Estimate the Worth of Your Hand Against Opponents
The information, strategies, and mathematics presented here will help you estimate the worth of your hand at any given time.
To accomplish this, we will deep dive into probabilities, equity, range analysis, trapping, disciplined folding, and the metagame. We will also cover developing higher-level skills and plugging your leaks. Throughout the material, integrating poker math with all of your skills will be encouraged.
Make Excellent Risk Assessments
By learning the probabilities, equity, expected value, and more, you will be better prepared to make sound risk assessments during your hands.
We will deep dive into your risk versus potential reward throughout this text when contemplating folds, calls, raises, re-raises, and all-ins.
Your goal is to gain as many chips as possible when you win hands and forfeit the least number of chips when you lose.
A critical question that all good poker players continually ask themselves is:
What is my risk versus potential reward?
Determining your risk versus potential reward is frequently difficult but always necessary. We will explore how to use all of your knowledge, experience, math skills, instincts, and intuition to do risk assessments.
Risk versus potential reward becomes more complicated because of:
Texas No-Limit Hold 'em is all about making good decisions with imperfect information. Determining your risk versus potential reward is a crucial component to making better decisions more confidently and consistently.
Mastering Poker Math Volume 2 focuses on helping you to determine the current (and potential future) worth of your hand against your opponent(s). With this information, you can make sound, thoughtful and intuitive risk assessments repeatedly.
In other words, channel your passion, knowledge, and skills to minimize your risk and maximize your potential rewards.
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