Thinking Tournament Poker by Nate Meyvis

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"This book is a must-read for anyone who's ever thought about playing a poker tournament." --Ed Miller

Thinking Tournament Poker is a succinct trip through the first day of the most prestigious poker tournament in the world. Dozens of hands are recounted in detail and are accompanied by strategic commentary from a group of expert poker players, coaches, and authors. They discuss blind-stealing and blind defense, continuation-betting, bluffing, bet sizing, preflop battles, and much more. You will encounter all these subjects as they actually arose for the author as he was playing for a sixty-million-dollar prize pool.
Nate assembled a team of professional poker players, coaches, and authors to provide this commentary. The result of their collaboration has been distilled into notes that players of all levels can use to improve their poker. Thinking Tournament Poker reveals how professionals play with big money on the line, and it also shows you how to think about poker in order to improve your game.

Please note that these are only the hands from Day One of the tournament. Hands from Day Two are covered in the first volume of the series.
 

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Published November 4, 2015 67 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Law & Philosophy.

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