Poker Tournament Formula II: Advanced Strategies

Overview

Snyder adapts the loose aggressive fast tournament strategies of his groundbreaking first book to the big buy-in events where the real money is made. Players learn never-before-revealed concepts and secrets that shows players why cards don't matter as much as the dynamics of a tournament. Readers learn how to alter their strategy for any tournament structure and opponent, why hands must be played differently from cash games, and why players can't figure out what winners are doing just from watching them play. The...

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Overview

Snyder adapts the loose aggressive fast tournament strategies of his groundbreaking first book to the big buy-in events where the real money is made. Players learn never-before-revealed concepts and secrets that shows players why cards don't matter as much as the dynamics of a tournament. Readers learn how to alter their strategy for any tournament structure and opponent, why hands must be played differently from cash games, and why players can't figure out what winners are doing just from watching them play. The book also covers optimal satellite strategy, sit'n'go strategy, methods for estimating tournament win rate and edge, plus:

  • Why many of the most skillful poker players fail in poker tournaments
  • Why it's often correct to play a hand "wrong" in a tournament
  • How to develop the optimal strategy for any tournament based on its blind structure
  • How to consistently build a big stack and use it to terrorize your opponents
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781580422260
  • Publisher: Cardoza
  • Publication date: 5/13/2008
  • Pages: 400
  • Sales rank: 576,885
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 1.50 (d)

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Arnold Snyder is a regular winner in no-limit hold’em tournaments. He has been writing about casino gambling for over two decades and is widely considered one of the world’s foremost gambling authorities. In January 2003, Snyder was elected one of the seven charter members of the "Blackjack Hall of Fame." He is the author of seven gambling books and a long-time gambling legend revered by millions of players who have made money from his advice.

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  • Posted September 8, 2009

    Poker Tournament Forumula II

    Great book. Has helped me a lot....to move from card only perspective to view that cards are not that important. That being said, in taking this book to online tourney environment it must be remembered that online players are much more looser and aggressive than players in a casino or club environment. An all in steal from Cutoff or hijack position or button will often be met with a call. Still the book has immensely improved my game. One fun thing Snyder says to do is try to play a complete game without looking at your cards. Do this and you will get a real education on perfecting your reads, and in the case of online - betting patterns.

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