Phil Hellmuth Jr. is the greatest player to ever play the game of poker, winning an unprecedented 14 world championships at the World Series of Poker.
Hellmuth holds the world record for both most cash finishes at the WSOP (118) and most WSOP final tables (54). His live tournament winnings exceed $18 million.
In 1989, Phil Hellmuth became, at the age of 24, the youngest person ever to win the World Series of Poker Main Event by defeating two-time defending champion Johnny Chan. Phil’s record as the youngest champ stood for nearly 20 years.
Phil has written a New York Times best-selling book, ‘Play Poker like the Pros’, has his own clothing line and appears regularly on ESPN, NBC, Fox , CBS Sports Net and other networks.
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Excelling at No-Limit Hold’em is a sensation in poker publishing. Renowned poker professional and author Jonathan Little brings together 17 of the greatest no-limit experts in the world to discuss all aspects of the game. These experts include superstars such as Phil Hellmuth, Chris Moneymaker, Mike Sexton and Jared Tendler.
In Part 1 strategies are analysed for topics such as understanding the fundamentals, satellite play, lower-buy in events, analysing tells and moving up in stakes
Part 2 sees a thorough technical breakdown of the game including sections on range analysis, game theory optimal play, short stack strategies, value betting and final table play.
As any serious poker will confirm, the technical side is only half the battle and so Part 3 deals with mental toughness, psychology and understanding tilt.
Excelling at No-Limit Hold‘em provides all the tools that an aspiring player needs to understand no-limit hold‘em. It is a must buy for anyone who is serious about wanting to improve their poker.
Chad Holloway - The post-boom evolution in poker
Evan Jarvis - Equity, position and aggression
Chris Moneymaker - Lower buy-in strategies
Ed Miller – Moving up in stakes
Scott Clements – General tournament concepts
Matt Affleck - Advanced tournament strategies
Bernard Lee – Satellite play
Zachary Elwood - Understanding tells
Alex Fitzgerald – In-depth range analysis
Phil Hellmuth/Liv Boeree – Short stack strategies
Jonathan Little - Value betting and Final table play
Olivier Busquet - Heads-up play
Will Tipton – Game theory optimal play
Patricia Cardner – Mental toughness
Jared Tendler - Eliminating tilt
Elliot Roe - Poker hypnotherapy
Mike Sexton – Great plays from great players
You’ve reached the business end of the tournament and you’re gunning for glory. However, you are now playing for the big bucks where one mistake could cost you thousands if not tens of thousands of dollars. You’ll undoubtedly feel nervous. Are you technically prepared?
The Final Table will teach you how to make great decisions at every stage. It will also set out a program so you can learn how to continuously improve your final table strategy every single day.
How do you apply pressure as the chip leader?
What is risk premium and why is it so important?
What's the best way to study the complexities of final table play?
The Final Table features detailed analysis of over 100 hand examples at different stages of play. These vary from full ring to short-handed and heads-up play and cover the most common preflop and postflop situations.
If you know Phil Hellmuth then you either love him or hate him!
His rants, tirades, and lines like “I can dodge bullets baby” and “If it weren’t for luck, I’d win them all” are epic and have earned him the nickname the “Poker Brat.” However, whether you love him or hate him, he is undoubtedly the greatest poker player of our time. Phil is a global poker icon who holds every record at the World Series of Poker, including an extraordinary 14 world championships.
In Poker Brat Phil paints a picture of his early Midwestern life, in which he struggled mightily in grade school and high school, but always had aspirations to do something great. Phil takes you from the low lows of his life to the high highs, and shows you how he developed an unhealthy ego along the way, which eventually turned into his “poker brat” persona.
In Poker Brat, Phil shares his own powerful tips and techniques, the ones that he used to set his goals, and then he shows how he achieved those goals as he climbed to the summit of the poker world.