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  • Author:
    Tony Guerrera
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    0818407239
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    Lyle Stuart (December 1, 2008)
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    224 pages
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But who plays poker to break even? Tournament Killer Poker by the Numbers shows you how to play for .

But who plays poker to break even? Tournament Killer Poker by the Numbers shows you how to play for blood. Tony Guerrera gives you a strong theoretical understanding of tournament dynamics and the ability to read and adapt to your opponents.

See the Poker Tournament Formula for another view - math with guts - as well as the three Harrington on Hold'em tournament books. Guerrera's other book Poker by the Numbers is a better, rigorous text on cash games. For a hand-by-hand retelling of a pro player winning a big live tournament, see Gus Hansen's wonderful Every Hand Revealed. I believe Hansen's book was so hard to write, that it will seldom, if ever, be equalled. 6 people found this helpful.

Break Deep Into The Top Third Only about a third of online tournament players are profitable

Break Deep Into The Top Third Only about a third of online tournament players are profitable. And with higher tournament fees and dealer tipping, the percentage of profitable live tournament players is probably even smaller.

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Killer Poker By the Numbers: Mathematical Edge for Winning Play. Poker is an extremely situational game. Every situation is unique and deserves thorough consideration. Regardless of the particular circumstance you find yourself in, there is an underlying framework through which all good poker decisions are made. Provides poker strategies for every phase of tournament play, covering the early phase where the stakes are small to later tactics such as bluffing, flops, scare cards, playing shorthanded, loose games, and endgame play. 88. Tournament Poker And The Art Of War. by David Apostolico.

To begin the sport an ante is first located on the desk via every player. Consider, commonly the quantity is only a fragment of a guess that is set by the card room. The provider then deals 2 playing cards - 1 hole card and 1 door card - beginning with the player on their left and persevering with clockwise round the desk. The participant who has the bottom card showing on the table need to region.

Break Deep Into The Top ThirdOnly about a third of online tournament players are profitable. And with higher tournament fees and dealer tipping, the percentage of profitable live tournament players is probably even smaller. Just becoming a break-even tournament player is an accomplishment–especially because today's players are tougher than ever. But who plays poker to break even? Tournament Killer Poker by the Numbers shows you how to play for blood. Tony Guerrera gives you a strong theoretical understanding of tournament dynamics and the ability to read and adapt to your opponents. Don't let the math scare you. From abstract theory to in-depth studies of specific situations drawn from no-limit hold'em tournaments of all kinds--single table, multi-table, shorthanded, heads-up, rebuy, and shootouts--Tournament Killer Poker by the Numbers gives you the knowledge you need to play no-limit hold'em tournaments profitably. You'll learn:   • The importance of blind structure and payout structure    • How to map relative chip counts to monetary equity    • When to accumulate chips   • When to preserve chips   • How various player archetypes think and play    • And much more!Learn the tools and the skills you need to take your results to the next level. Break deep into the top third--and bring home the money!Tony Guerrera studied physics at Caltech and has used his analytic skills and mathematical background to establish a winning poker record at a wide range of stakes in many different venues. He also was a contributor to Killer Poker Online/2 by John Vorhaus. These days, he spends a lot of time multi-tabling no-limit cash games and tournaments online.

Taulkree
This book uses a favorite math method -- to reduce unsolvable problems to solvable ones that yield reasonable approximations.

Fair enough. But I think he treats multi-table tournaments like one-table sngs. If he could prove that equivalence, he'd have written a great book. but he can't. In fact, he doesn't try. MTT not = SNG, sorry.

He also emphasizes playing tiny edges in mult-table tournaments. That is very position-, stack- and opponent-dependent.

See the Poker Tournament Formula for another view -- math with guts -- as well as the three Harrington on Hold'em tournament books. For a hand-by-hand retelling of a pro player winning a big live tournament, see Gus Hansen's wonderful Every Hand Revealed. (I believe Hansen's book was so hard to write, that it will seldom, if ever, be equalled.)

P.S. Guerrera's other book Poker by the Numbers is a better, rigorous text on cash games.
Phenade
When I browsed the table of contents before my purchase, I saw many topics as a poker player that were of interest.
When I purchased the book and read it, I was not disappointed. Incidentally, I am now on my third reading. This does not mean the book is confusing or unreadable. On the contrary, the "good stuff", i.e. the entire book, is dense with very useful material that requires study, not just a cursory read.

The explanations of probability, the binomial theorem, player hand distributions and how to react to them (my favorite), player tracking software, cEV, mEV, ICM (Ihave seen this in other books, but this is the best explanation I have seen), N-Up, and CPD are detailed and in my opinion absolutely necessary for any poker player seeking excellence.

Anyone who intends to improve their poker and who does not recognize or understand the abbreviations in the previous paragraph, e.g. cEV, ICM, etc, had better read this book.