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My game is improving fast - Sat Apr 09, 2011, 06:40 AM
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I ordered alot of books started reading, i gave more dimension in mindset and thought while playing. im able to read better both LIVE and ONLINE

-last saturday i was at the COMMERCE casino at 1/2 NL table($40) buy in DID NOT bust out a single times and won $300 bucks

-last night $2.20 / 180 player SNG got 2nd place to win $72

-i just won 1st place in $2.20 / 180 player SNG and won $108

-yes i was taking bad beats all day long but i think im handling it ok since im not going crazy

 
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Sat Apr 09, 2011, 06:59 AM
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I could make a clever pun about your username here, but it actually probably wouldn't be that clever.

Sound like you're doing great! Keep reading. Sounds like it's working for you. Book titles, btw? I'm perusing the shelves, but haven't picked any new books yet.
 
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Sat Apr 09, 2011, 07:36 AM
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ok books i picked up

The Theory of Poker - David Sklansky
Dan Harrington on Hold'em Tournament Edition Vol 1,2
Dan Harrington on Cash Games Vol 1,2
Full Tilt Poker Strategy

I think you need to read The Theory of Poker by Sklansky first then move on to other books

I strongly suggest Dan Harrington's books

If you know odds probabiilties and mathematics of poker, i would suggest "WINNING POKER TOURNAMENT ONE HAND AT A TIME"

The book i mentioned above shows hand by hand situation by situation by what authours did and the reason behind it

but the reason behind it will take advanced good players to understand because im sure their action is based on the probabilties... so im not reading that one yet
 

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