The mental game may be more important in poker than in any other form of competition. It's one of the only games in the world where you can play perfectly and lose-again and again. Hundreds of poker players have turned to mental game coach Jared Tendler's revolutionary approach to help them play their best, no matter how badly they're running. In this book you'll find simple, step-by-step instructions and proven techniques to permanently fix problems such as tilt, handling variance, emotional control, confidence, fear, and motivation. With the games getting tougher, now is the time to take these problems head on.
- Discover the most definitive work on tilt ever released.
- Read stories from eight players who made major improvements using Jared's techniques.
- Get motivated with methods used by SuperNova Elites.
|Publisher:||Jared Tendler, LLC|
|Product dimensions:||5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.60(d)|
About the Author
Jared earned a master's degree in Counseling Psychology and attained a license as a mental health counselor prior to becoming a mental game coach in 2005. With over nine years of experience coaching people from around the world and in multiple arenas, his straightforward and logic approach has been proven to help people solve their mental game problems and perform at their highest levels. Proving that he practices what he preaches, Jared qualified for the prestigious 2013 US Mid-amateur golf Championship shooting 2-under par 70.
Table of Contents1 Introduction
Appendix I Warm-up and Cool-down
Appendix II Client Questionnaire
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
TERRIBLE PURCHASE FOR ME. I have read over 2 dozen books, maybe more. This is undeniably my least favorite. It was 170 pages that could have been boiled down to about 40 pages. The writer continued to repeat the same "principles" over and over. I read it cover to cover in the hopes that it would begin to improve at some point. He did recommend writing down some notes about players, your strategy, your emotions, etc. that is the only true benefit I gleaned from this entire book. It may be enjoyable for some, but is was an enormous waste of time for me.