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Kill Phil, Kill Everyone

Kill Phil, Kill Everyone - Fri Mar 25, 2011, 06:34 PM
Hunt2day's Avatar
Since: Dec 2010
Posts: 66
Was just wondering if anyone has read these two books? I have just finished. I however believe the overall reference is to basically be a donk. I personally do not care what style anyone plays, nor have I ever called someone a donk etc. Whatever style works for a person, I have no problems with it. My question is, if you have read either of these books, especially Kill Phil, what is your take on the teachings of the book? I am currently reading Sit'n Go Strategy by Collin Moshman, have not read enough to determine anything from it, as currently I am 8/15 in the 50/50 arena, which should be better, but have tried a cpl diff new approaches to the game, which always throws me off when trying to learn a new playing style.
If anyone has any good tourney or sit' n go books they have read, would love to get some feedback. I have read the super system books, but have not yet read any of the books by Harrington on Hold'em, which will probably be the next book I read. Also has anyone read the book "Online Poker" by Doyle Brunson? Also one last thing in my novel, has anyone read " How to beat Sit' n go Poker Tournaments " by Niel Timothy?
Any advice or comments welcome, if anyone is debating the Kill series, and would likie some of the key points of the book, PM and I will give you the best points I took away from the books.
Thanks and GL to all, see ya next month in the PSO, since I am now a "qualified" player oposed to a good ol' Whitestar.

Sat Mar 26, 2011, 12:47 PM
roomik17's Avatar
Since: Aug 2010
Posts: 4,556
I have been meaning to read the Kill Phil series, I think they are a little more ICM based then the other books, so what seems donk like are really pushing your +ev spots to gain more chips.. also I have heard the moshman book is great although possibly a little dated for todays ultra aggressive game

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