Mixed Games

Improve your skills in other Poker variants

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Love poker but looking for a change from endless No-Limit Hold’em? Take up mixed games! Mixed games are becoming more and more popular. The World Series of Poker features events such as Omaha 8-or-Better, Deuce to Seven Triple Draw, Razz, Stud High and Stud 8-or-Better – all of which are covered in detail in this book. There are also formats such as Dealer’s Choice, H.O.R.S.E., and 8-game, which require expertise in many of these games.  Dylan Linde is a professional poker player and mixed games expert. In Mastering Mixed Games he gives a thorough introduction to each variant, explaining the rules and basic strategy before moving on to discuss advanced concepts. With this book you will specifically learn: solid pre-flop ranges and hand strategies how to apply generic concepts to each individual game how to recognise and exploit your opponents’ tendencies The basic themes of poker apply to all games and learning a new variant is, essentially, just understanding how to value new ranges in a new game. Mastering Mixed Games will enable you to join the whole new generation of players who are exploring the weird and wonderful world of mixed game poker.


So, you want to get better at poker? You are committed to this and you are prepared to spend time on it. You ask advice and what do people tell you? Probably something along the lines of “just keep working on it and you’ll get there.” This is wrong. “Just working on it” will not help you. Randomly analysing hands, watching poker on TV or vaguely looking at equity equations won’t cut it. The only approach that will work is the right sort of practice based on a relatively new area of psychological investigation – the science of expertise. This book identifies precisely what this “right sort of practice” entails. It is based around what has become known as purposeful practice. Purposeful practice is the gold standard for anyone who wishes to take full advantage of the remarkable adaptability of the human brain and is the fast track route to improving your poker skills. This book will give you: A clear theoretical understanding of the science of purposeful practice Numerous techniques by which this can be adapted to improvement at poker Specific exercises designed to create an infallible Plan for Poker Improvement


Advanced Limit Hold’em Strategy is a revolutionary book. Top limit hold’em players have techniques that have never been fully explained… until now. Barry Tanenbaum has played winning middle limit hold’em for over twenty years, and has been a full time professional for six. One of America’s top poker coaches, he fully understands these techniques and, in this book, he explains them. Barry breaks advanced techniques into fundamental factors with clear instructions on how you can implement them to make much better decisions. Advanced Limit Hold’em Strategy includes: An examination of the techniques used by top players to create confusion and score extra profit. An analysis of ‘card-independent’ strategies explains how to analyze all of the situational factors before you even consider your cards. A comprehensive coverage of blind play. In complex situations, many authors will simply tell you, it depends. As a professional player and coach, Barry tells you what it depends on, and what to do about it. This is not a book for beginners, but if you already play and want to understand advanced plays that win more money, this book will tell you how. Barry is a noted Card Player columnist, having written over 60 columns and has been a featured speaker at three consecutive World Poker Player Conferences. 


Do you suspect that your poker skill is insufficiently well rewarded? Do you wonder how the professionals always get the money? Would you like to know how top players study and refine their game? If you have ambitions to join the ranks of the consistently winning players, this book will help you plan your campaign. Poker is a strange and fascinating game. There is a great deal more to being a successful player than simply knowing how to play a good game. Playing good poker is largely a technical skill which can be learned. Being a consistently successful player is much harder and necessitates acquiring expertise in many other areas. Byron Jacobs has been a successful online poker player for seven years. In this book he identifies precisely how this can be achieved and shows how much of the battle actually needs to be conducted away from the table. If you already play a fair game of poker but want to become one of the very few players who consistently “play well”, then you need this book. The concepts discussed in this book are brought into clear focus on the accompanying 180 minute CD of videos where the author can be seen explaining his decision-making process. Here is an extract:


Do you play a decent game of low-to-middle- stakes limit hold’em but dream of taking your play to the next level? If so, this book will show you how. Do you ever wonder how a successful middle limit hold’em player thinks about the game? This book will tell you. In Professional Middle Limit Hold’em, Tristan Steiger analyses every hand that he played in a live $30-$60 hold’em game in Las Vegas over a period of a week. Some opponents were average, some very good and others were terrible. Using this method you will get to understand how an expert assesses the opposition and how he adjusts his play accordingly. In Professional Middle Limit Hold’em, Tristan demonstrates exactly the kind of thinking that will enable you to consistently beat the middle limit games, and progress. 


Five years ago Internet Poker barely existed. Now, a poker revolution has occurred and at any given moment tens of thousands of players are playing poker for real money from their own homes. There are dozens of sites offering hundreds of different games. Whether you want to play for big stakes, modest stakes or just for fun money, you can log on and find a suitable live game within seconds. There are many variants of Poker but Limit Hold’em is the game. Approximately 75% of on-line players are playing Limit Hold’em. If you want to join them, then this is the book for you. Most people have a rough idea how to play poker, but the Beginners Guide to Limit Hold’em assumes no prior knowledge and builds from the absolute basics. Experienced author and successful on-line poker player Byron Jacobs provides newcomers to the game with a thorough grounding in the rules and the basic principles. The Beginners Guide to Limit Hold’em deals with every aspect of playing limit hold’em on-line including the rules, etiquette, basic strategy, bankroll management and site and game selection. Poker is a fun game, but it is more fun when you win. This book will provide you with sufficient knowledge to commence your poker career as a winning player at small stakes games. Learn Limit Hold’em from scratch or brush up on the basics Extensive hints and tips make key advice easy to remember Numerous problems allow you to guage your understanding of key ideas


“Terry and Lawrence bring style and new insight to the shorthanded game. Their book is a must for any ‘killer’ poker player.” John Vorhaus, Author of the Killer Poker series. Short-handed games are extremely profitable and fun to play. Terry Borer and Lawrence Mak - two short-handed experts, and Barry Tanenbaum - one of America’s top poker coaches, will teach you how to dominate the short-handed tables, both live and on-line. You will learn: How to optimize your strategies for 6-handed, 3-handed, and even heads-up play. How to play every street at an expert level. How to select your site, limit and seat for maximum profit. How to master the mental game and cope with the swings of short-handed play. How to exploit bonuses and get the most rakeback for your time. How to use poker software and statistics to maximize your profits. By carefully studying the 245 quiz questions and examples in this book you will improve your game and be able to dominate and control your table. Terry and Lawrence have won hundreds of thousands of dollars playing on-line - exclusively in short-handed cash games. They have also consulted for an online gambling and poker website. Now they pass on their knowledge to you. Barry, author of Advanced Limit Hold’em Strategy and regular Card Player columnist, has been a full time professional for many years and is widely acknowledged as a top poker coach and teacher.


There are numerous variants of Poker but the most popular, both in cardrooms and on-line, is Limit Hold ‘em. There are literally thousands of tables permanently available on-line and anyone who wants a game can play anywhere in the world at any time. This book will be of tremendous value to anyone who has some experience of Limit Hold’Em and is looking to improve their understanding of this exciting game. The material is presented in a novel test-yourself format, which simulates live action play by inviting the reader to consider the best course of action at each stage of a hand. All features of the game are discussed within the hands and readers can assess their understanding by comparing their decisions with those of the experts. Limit Hold’em is the most popular form of Poker Highly entertaining and instructive test-yourself format Ideal primer for both on-line and live action players


Every time you call when you should fold, you’re giving away money. Every time you fold when you should call, you’re giving away money. In this innovative book Rolf Slotboom and Dew Mason provide a comprehensive guide to playing drawing hands after the flop in hold’em. Their methodical approach to playing on the come. will provide you with a thorough grounding in post-flop play, enabling you to make the correct decisions in determining whether or not you should remain in the hand. Hold’em on the Come answers such key limit hold’em questions as: What should I do with a flush or straight draw? How should I play with unimproved overcards? How do I count outs, and what are the criteria for counting them as full outs? What is the impact of the size of the pot on your decision? All leading to this all-important question: Do I belong in the pot or not? The authors provide you with an in-depth analysis of drawing hands, leading to a simple but effective system that at all stages will help you see where you’re at, which in turn should help your overall results tremendously.