- Tapa blanda: 408 páginas
- Editor: Dimat Enterprises (28 de febrero de 2016)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 0984619429
- ISBN-13: 978-0984619429
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- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº817.942 en Libros en idiomas extranjeros (Ver el Top 100 en Libros en idiomas extranjeros)
The Math of Hold'em (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 28 feb 2016
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Winning big at holdem requires practical math knowledge, which is precisely what this book will teach you. The ability to make quick and accurate mathematical decisions is crucial for your winnings at the table. The mission of this book is to drill these important poker math skills into you, giving you a distinct advantage over the other players at your table. Both of the authors of this book graduated with degrees in Mathematics from Caltech. Collin Moshman is the best-selling author of Sit-n-Go Strategy and Heads-Up No-Limit Holdem. Douglas Zare is a mathematician and poker coach famous for his in-depth analyses. The authors use their extensive math, poker, and coaching backgrounds to present the most important hold em math concepts designed to immediately increase your winrate at the tables. You will learn to: - Understand the fundamental probabilities and statistics underlying Hold em - Count hand combinations while playing - Master expected value calculations - Play optimally with game theory - Seize full advantage of the latest software - Utilize deductive logic to put your opponent on a specific hand range - And more... Poker is a fun game, but it is even more fun when you win. Whether you play cash games or tournaments, high-stakes or low-stakes, online or live poker, The Math of Holdem will give you the significant edge you need over your opponents.
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If you ever find yourself sitting at $5/10 no-limit at the Bellagio across from three or four pros, I’ll tell you what you do: ask yourself, what would a robot programmed by this book do? Then read the players’ emotions (most of these young math guys stink at concealing emotions--if they were better it, they'd be in the big games), and when they seem weak, call or even raise the you know what out of ‘em on the end. You'll pick off a couple buy-ins' worth of bluffs in a weekend: at $5/10 nl, that’s three thousand bucks, folks.
This is no way a criticism of the book. It's brilliant. They've analyzed and destroyed almost all the conventional strategies and tactics, replacing them with much shrewder versions. Now, one might also argue that Moshman and Zane don't really say anything that Chen and Ankenman didn't say first in their book, The Mathematics of Poker. That's sort of true, but C and A is really a graduate-level game theory text of poker in general, and you'd need a top-level math background to apply it all properly to Hold'em. Which is exactly what Moshman and Zane have and have done, with no bs and with much wit and wisdom. They develop mathematically the core secret of contemporary tough play: Get opponents to make a mistake not against your range of hands (what you might hold based on your bets), but against your actual hand, and do it in ways that can’t easily be seen through.
That said, though, this is no book for beginners or even many intermediates. Unless you're a serious math whiz like the authors (one of whom has a PhD in math from Caltec and taught math at Columbia University), this should absolutely not be your first (or even fifth or tenth) poker book. Start, say, with Dan Harrington's tournament and cash game books, which remain enough to beat any low-stakes games or tourneys. But if you already know the ropes, The Math of Hold’em is a must.