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The Mathematics of Poker by Bill Chen and Jerrod Ankenman. Diligent readers who invest the necessary effort to follow Chen and Ankenman’s arguments and consider their implications, however, will not be disappointed. Careful study of this text will reveal a world of insight into poker concepts such as value betting, range balancing, and optimal strategy. Although more could have been done to.

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The vast majority of books about the mathematics (including poker math books) aren’t easy to read, but “Poker Math Made Easy” by Roy Rounder is an exception to the rule. There are only 36 pages in the book, but there is no excess information, written in words of one syllable where the author explains the essence of basic math calculations in poker, and you will be able to understand them.

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Poker Math That Matters Simplifying The Secrets Of No Limit Hold'em book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Learning the math behi.

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The Essential Poker Math by Alton Hardin is an excellent poker book for beginners and seasoned players alike. Hardin explains the most important strategic concepts in a clear understandable way. The book is easy to listen, and contains so much information I will no doubt be listening it again. You get so much more than the basic strategy that you can find in any other poker book.

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THE ENDGAME IN POKER Chris Ferguson, Full Tilt Poker Tom Ferguson, Mathematics, UCLA Abstract. The simple two-person poker model, known as Basic Endgame, may be described as follows. With a certain probability known to both players, Player I is dealt a hand which is a sure winner. If it is not a sure winner, then Player II is sure to have a better hand. Player I may either check, in which case.

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Books on poker math Hey, I'm currently reading Poker Math That Matters by Owen Gaines. The book is pretty straightforward and easy to understand even if you don't know much about maths or.

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This is what Jonathan Little has put together in this book and as a result, he created one of the best poker books of the last 10 years. You must be a competent poker player before diving into this one. This book doesn’t delve into the basics and jumps head first into more advanced topics. Excelling at No-Limit Hold’em will make you rethink some of the ideas and strategies you have had.

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Top 100 Poker Books for Learning Texas No-Limit Holdem: Places 1 to 10 In this blog post, we will cover the first ten books of the top 100 poker books. We will cover a wide variety of topics such as general strategy, cash game strategy, tournament strategy, betting, starting hands, bluffing, the mental aspect of the game and much more.

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In gambling parlance, making a book is the practice of laying bets on the various possible outcomes of a single event. The term originates from the practice of recording such wagers in a hard-bound ledger (the 'book') and gives the English language the term bookmaker for the person laying the bets and thus 'making the book'.

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The Expanded Edition of Essential Poker Math builds upon Alton Hardin's first Essential Poker Math book. The book presents the math in poker in a down to earth commons sense language that even I understand. As anyone knows poker is not only about the cards dealt but also the percentages and odds that a certain hand will hit or hold up on the boards. This book explains all of this extremely.

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