A new chapter, 21 Money-Making Tips from the Pros, shows players how to increase their income from cash gamed and tournaments. Hard-hitting hold'em tje way it's palyed today in casino and online limit cash games and tournaments, players get killer advice on how to win more money in rammin'-jammin' games, kill-pot, jackpot, shorthanded, and other cash games, plus tournaments strategies for a small buy-in, big buy-in, rebuy, satellite and big-field major tournaments. Players learn the thinking process for the pre-flop, flop, turn and r iver including play-byplay analyses. Specific advice for rocks in tight games, weaklings in loose games, experts in sdolid games, how hand value change, when players should fold, chrck,raise, reraise, check-raise, slowplay, and bluff
I had always looked at Doyle Brunson as a legend in the poker world. I have been playing hold'em as a novice for about 5 years and thought it was time I tried to up my game and look at developing a greater understanding of the game. Since reading this book I have lost more and found my game has dies completely. I know have to forget EVERYTHING I have read and go back to my own game where I was winning tournaments at my level and winning ring games too. This book may work for a failing pro, but for someone who wants to get a leg up I the amateur world it does not work. I wish I didn't download it now as I have to refinance
my bankroll to try to get back into the game. Sorry Doyle didn't work for me.