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Winning in Tough Hold'em Games

Winning in Tough Hold'em Games
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Winning in Tough Hold'em Games: Short-Handed and High-Stakes Concepts and Theory for Limit Hold 'em
Year:
2007
Language:
English
Type:
Hold'em
Disciplines:
-
Nick Grudzien ("Stoxtrader")
Author
Nick Grudzien ("Stoxtrader")
Geoff Herzog ("Zobags")
Author
Geoff Herzog ("Zobags")
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With the growing popularity of online poker, books began to appear in poker literature that focused on playing at virtual tables. Two comrades and successful professionals Nick Grudzien and Geoff Herzog shared their experiences and ideas regarding the most effective and productive online games. They did not focus on the basics and game theory. Their book «Winning in Hard Hold'em» is aimed at a more experienced audience. It focuses on such advanced concepts as stealing the blinds, limping, semi-bluffing, playing in multi pots and much more. They took into account such features of poker in the network, such as, for example, the possibility of using statistics collection programs or the presence of rakeback.

Read Grudzien and Herzog's «Winning Hard Hold'em» by purchasing the book on Amazon.

With their creation, poker players do not try to eclipse famous poker books, but on the contrary - they complement them, largely relying on theories and arguments of other authors.

At the end you will find examples of distributions played by the "Stoxtrader", as well as a special task book for checking the mastered material (with the correct answer from the authors of the book).

A bit about the authors:

The authors of the book Nick Grudzien and Geoff Herzog were in the same university fraternity, but after studying their career paths diverged. Nick has worked for 10 years on Wall Street. When the guy realized that poker in online brings him a lot of profit and pleasure - he quit his job and after a while offered Geoff, who was engaged in jurisprudence at the time, to do the same. Now each of them is a high stakes online player and a frequent guest of live games.

Reviews (3)
DjNANA user
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DjNANA
Enthusiastic

 thanks for the book ! but poker changes every year and there are many professional players and it is getting harder and harder to play!

Kaban-niks user
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Kaban-niks
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From the books, this is not the best option. There are better books...

Liehunter user
Liehunter

Russian language.  Feelsbad. I want get this book in english

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