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Mario Livio's new book is acutely relevant and a great read, featuring on of science's most fascinating protagonists.
The real meat of the book then begins with all the fun math stuff you'd expect in a poker book. Odds, Equity, Fold Equity, Hand Combos, Bluffing, Semi-Buffing, Implied Odd, and Set Mining are all.
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The thing is, he not only breaks down the equations and formulas that poker math is comprised of, but he also explains the principles behind them. So even if you’re struggling to grasp the math, he still unpacks GTO strategy in a way anyone can comprehend by using countless easy-to-understand examples.
On the other hand as a book of poker advice it is largely useless.Pre-game theory and largely ignorant of the mathematics of probability it is a guide to playing solid tight aggressive poker which is fine for a beginner but the choice of game leaves a lot to be desired. If you are still playing 5-stud, jacks-or-better draw, and you still view seven card stud games to be a bit new fangled this.
Review by Becky Libourel Diamond February 2020 Math isn’t a subject most people consider humorous or arbitrary. But Matt Parker (Things to Make and Do in the Fourth Dimension) manages to portray the science of mathematics as both of these things in his brilliant new book, Humble Pi: When Math Goes Wrong in the Real World.
Acclaimed novelist, poet, academic, and poker player James McManus is back with what is undoubtedly the most definitive account of poker and card playing yet committed to paper. Cowboys Full.
In Practical Poker Math, you get a heavy dose of the odds of receiving certain starting hands and the chances of improving those hands after the flop, turn, and river. Unfortunately, the book is very repetitive, and it reads like a math major's thesis instead of a useful poker guide. Even though the author encourages you to incorporate the odds of your bets and raises causing other players to.
More information on poker mathematics. If you want a very thorough book on poker mathematics, look no further than The Mathematics of Poker by Bill Chen. It's not an easy read, but you won't find more information on poker mathematics anywhere else (no, not even on ThePokerBank!). Go back to the awesome Texas Hold'em Strategy.
The game of poker is a card game played among two or more players for several rounds. There are several varieties of the game, but they all tend to have these aspects in common: The game begins with each player putting down money allocated for betting. During each round of play, players are dealt cards from a standard 52-card deck, and the goal of each player is to have the best 5-card hand at.
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This is my 12th book review on books related to the current financial crisis. To see my previous book reviews check my previous articles.My most recent book is best seller The Quants: How a New Breed of Math Whizzes Conquered Wall Street and Nearly Destroyed It by Scott Patterson. Scott Patterson is a staff reporter at the Wall Street Journal.
Modern Poker Theory is an incredibly impressive book but honestly I think too advanced for my needs. It was great to provide a grounding in what GTO is about but I did not get much practical insight from it. Play Optimal Poker is still theoretical but much more practical and approachable than MPT.
This book review was printed in the October 2, 2006 issue of Poker Player. Alvarez, A., Bets, Bluffs, and Bad Beats, added on January 1, 2010. This book review was published in the January 2010 issue of TwoPlusTwo Magazine.
With Crushing the Microstakes, poker coach and author Nathan Williams has thus filled a void with a book primarily geared toward NL2 and NL5 hold'em. Backed by his own success and considerable.
If you're playing Texas Hold'em, this 2-card ranking chart is invaluable. The chart ranks the value of starting 2 card hands. The lowest numbers (1, 2) are the best and indicate the greatest likelihood of winning. Actual odds depend on the number.
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Poker writer Ken Lo’s work has appeared in PokerNews.com, and he runs his personal website, MixedGames.net.But his lasting contribution to the game of poker (at least up to this point) is the 691 page treatise on mixed game poker strategies he penned back in 2014: A Poker Player’s Guide to Mixed Games: Core Strategies for HORSE, Eight-Game, Ten-Game and Twelve-Game Mixes.