Modern Poker Theory: Building an unbeatable strategy based on GTO principles

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Modern Poker Theory: Building an unbeatable strategy based on GTO principles

Modern Poker Theory: Building an unbeatable strategy based on GTO principles

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So, how do world-class players manage to get access to the most advanced poker theory without having to spend thousands of hours actually in the lab? Hi Mason, based on your comments, would you refrain from giving a book a higher rating based solely on the fact that the material can be found elsewhere even if the content is solid and valid? Start by asking which hands are consistent with Villain’s actions, and then add those to the range one by one. If you ask yourself what actions makes the most money every time you are facing a decision you will see how the answer changes depending on the situation and the opponent. However, by playing a GTO strategy, you can start making good decisions from the first hand you play without having to make any assumptions.

AA: It is definitely possible for Villain to hold AA at this point, and he would most definitely want to raise with it (unless he was known to slow play). Pocket Pair 1/2 (12 Combos) KK, QQ: Pocket pair 1/2 means pocket pairs between top and middle flop card. Mason has given very positive reviews to books published by competitors, so this hasn't proven to be an issue. In fact, there is no bigger thrill in the game for them than putting on their sheriff's hat and catching you in a big bluff!

On the turn, the CO will again bet about the same percentage of value hands but a different percentage of bluffs, and the same again on the river. Nathan "BlackRain79" Williams is the author of the popular micro stakes strategy books Crushing the Microstakes, Modern Small Stakes, and The Microstakes Playbook. BN 3-bets to 8bb, MP 4-bets to 24bb and everyone else folds, the house won’t take any money from the pot because the flop wasn’t dealt, regardless of how much money went into the pot. For example, on the flop A♣K♣Q♣, the hands 3♥2♥, 3♠2♠ and 3♦2♦ can be considered as the same hand for strategic purposes.

The author explains that he has been designing these systems for years so it would be expected the learning element as included. Poker may appear like a simple game to a novice, but the classic saying of “it takes a minute to learn, but a lifetime to master” certainly holds true. With out a shadow of a doubt this is the largest capping out on the last page "Final Word" at 479 pages Texas Holdem Book i own, but it's not just long, it's in depth, Modern, Clear to understand and the most advanced book i own.Sets (7 Combos) AA: The A♣ is on the flop, and we block the A♦ (meaning it is in our hand), so the only combo left is A♠A♥.

Of the mistakes you point out, the large majority of them are in fact not mistakes and are clearly down to your lack of experience/knowledge with solvers. Two-bet (2-bet or 2b): The blinds are considered as the “First Bet”, then the first person to raise the pot is making a “Second Bet” or “Two Bet”; RFI is a special case of 2bet when there are no limpers. That's how I'm reading it, but wanted to make sure, because I didn't see an actual chart for how to defend when squeezed. Passive Player: A player who tends to play his strong made hands and bluffs in a more passive manner than he should. This is considered a balanced approach and it represents the very foundation of modern poker theory.While the GTO strategy for rock-paper-scissors is simple to understand, in poker it’s much more complicated. Modern Poker Theory is a comprehensive, rigorous guide to the most important aspects of No-Limit Hold'em. The players who have studied Modern Poker Theory will, without doubt, have a better theoretical and practical understanding of No-Limit Hold’em. furthermore, i believe in freedom of speech and i am not from usa, but i think it would be more fruitful if you connect with jon to make MPT better. Understanding GTO is fundamental to being able to make accurate poker decisions and being able to exploit players who don't.

Brandon Adams, Professional Poker Player, Harvard Lecturer, and Author of Personal Organization for Degenerates --This text refers to the paperback edition. There are 13 different ranks of pairs and 6 different ways to make a PP of any rank, so there are 13 × 6 = 78 combinations of pocket pairs.

Out of Position (OOP): The player (or players) who do not act last due to their relation to the dealer/button. Remember you’re getting a book about ‘poker game theory’ and with that comes advanced mathematic concepts.

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