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Summary

Whether you are interested in cleaning up at your monthly poker game with your friends, or you are considering supplementing your income by playing regularly online, learning more about poker math is the next step to improving your results. While it can be difficult to comprehend at times, Poker Math: Tips and Tricks to Learn and Understand Poker Math to Win the Games of Poker has broken everything down in such a way that even a novice can understand them.

You will find not only a breakdown of complex topics like game theory optimal, ideal ranges, flat betting and more but also real-life examples, so you can understand when and where you would actually put the strategy to use. While the topics discussed within can be complicated at first, they can be learned to do on the fly during your games with enough practice. So, what are you waiting for? Take your poker game to the next level, and buy this book today! 

Inside you will find:

  • Tips for developing your very own game theory optimal strategy
  • Tricks for determining your opponent’s range as well as making your own
  • A breakdown of player types and the best way to isolate each
  • Ways stack depth can, and should, affect your play
  • And more! 
©2018 Kevin Bailey (P)2018 K.M. Kassi

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Simplifies Poker Math - USEFUL

This is very useful math that simplifies a lot of otherwise more complex mental work. This made me a better player almost immediately. While his math is sound and useful, he makes some calls and suggests playing some combinations that irritated me but that's what makes horse races.

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The book is perfect

The concepts outlined in this book are fundamental basics that if not mastered, must at least be visited, for the purpose of general knowledge of odds, by anyone who plays the game seriously. I've personally wasted a lot of time my self, surfing the web and you tube, only to be disappointed by not being able to find the simple formulas and reference materials that are layed out here all in one place.

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Definitely worth a listen.

This book has helped increase my win rate drastically. Alton explains the concepts in a simple and understandable manner that is easy to grasp and utilize at the tables. If you want to improve our overall game, this book is a must. This book pays for itself. I really hope that Alton makes an advance poker math book that talks about polarized ranges and combinatorics in more detail.

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Helped me

Already has paid for itself. Just knowing what the odds of hitting a straight or flush after the flop are and if your getting the right pot odds to call is worth the price. It's still gambling but at least you know when your getting a fair shake.

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Unique and very entertaining, 😊

Understanding equity, pot odds, and expected value were my favorite chapters. Even the small amount of time he spent of player types has already improved my game.

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Poker Math

This book explains all of this extremely well. If you are a student of the game of poker I suggest you get this book. Read it, study it, and then apply the math on the felt. You will walk away with more cash just as I have.

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Awesome Book!!!

The book presents the math in poker in a down to earth commons sense language that even I understand. As anyone knows poker is not only about the cards dealt but also the percentages and odds that a certain hand will hit or hold up on the boards

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Clear guide for beginners!

I breezed through this book within a week and took a lot away from it. I was skeptical that I needed more math in my poker toolkit, but Hardin convinced me otherwise. Fantastic book...

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Perfect book

It covers all from the history of poker, to the value of the cards to even strategies to a whole game. I have been playing in online poker rooms and has been great, I wish I could take this luck to real life poker with my friends. If you want to be a poker player, you don't need to read any book, but if you read this you'll be better at poker. I bought this book on a special price and my opinion it's not biased in any way

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We highly recommend this book

This book does everything it says. The art of Poker is something that has to be learnt from an expert and this book is no amateur but an expert. It has helped me in learning a lot about Poker and different game techniques and tricks to win games in Poker.

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  • saji
  • 04-07-18

Play the Numbers

Why would you put your money at risk when you don't know what you're doing? And if you don't understand the math in Hold Em, you don't know what you're doing. Buy this book, play the number.

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  • mydeen
  • 04-07-18

Recommended!...

This book covers a wide array of essential concepts in poker, Alton explains everything in a way that is really easy to understand, I highly recommend this book to anyone that is looking to learn the basic concepts in poker.

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  • ankitha
  • 04-07-18

I love this book

I love this book; it covers all the essential poker math we tend to forget at the tables to take effective decisions. Exercises make it easy and straightforward to understand and apply the concepts. I highly recommend this book, can't be happier about finding this book.

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  • meenachi
  • 04-07-18

Easy informative read,,:)

This is a great book that explains the math necessary for playing winning poker. It has definitely improved my game, and my bank account. I wish I would have read it a long time ago. Even if you are not a math person, this book will improve your game. It is easy to understand and to apply the techniques.

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  • parvesh
  • 04-07-18

very informative

I'm half way through the book now. It's great for a beginner like me and explains the need to have a feel for both the psychological and mathematical approach. There are also plenty of examples with different examples to let you know what concepts are useful and when. Good luck at the tables!

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  • NabilaBarry
  • 02-07-18

kudos to author!!

Actually, I really don't know how people play poker. It's good I got this book. It's very informative actually and you can learn so many tips. If you want to gain more knowledge on the Poker game, you should get this book.

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  • Olivia
  • 02-07-18

Concise and interesting

I feel like this book has enhanced my ability and knowledge of the game. It has given me the confidence to go to the local casino and try my luck at the tables. I would recommend it to my friends because I think it is a great book.

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  • dustain
  • 02-07-18

Really fun

Poker is really fun, this kind of game is also known online,Well the book makes the poker game more interesting and more fun since it emphasizes different kind of its strategies. This book will also help beginners in poker.Nice one

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  • catherine
  • 02-07-18

Clear guide for beginners!

A good poker guide for beginners! I highly recommend this if you are new to poker. Clear explanations on how to play poker and shared lots of tips and proven strategies to win the game. I am new to it and have been reading this guide. I learned in no time! Good book by Kevin Bailey!

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  • abram
  • 02-07-18

Well Done!

Poker is my absolute favorite game. This book outlines the tips and strategies you need to become the best player you can be. If you want to take your poker playing to the next level - I highly recommend you check out this book.