The New Book
Today marks an important internal deadline for our new small stakes no-limit hold’em book. It’s the day that we’re completely finished writing. Now we just need to edit (though we’ve done a fair amount of that already), proofread, and typeset/lay it out. I’m not completely sure how long that process will take, but it shouldn’t be too long. The book will be available to buy as an e-book almost immediately after we’ve put the finishing touches on it… we don’t want to delay release to wait for paper printing and shipping. This book has been “coming soon” for longer than I’d have liked, but now that the writing is officially wrapped up, we’re really almost near the finish line. More details soon.
Find A New Bluff And A New Value Bet Every Session
When I play small stakes no-limit, I spend a lot of time observing how the regular players play. Almost universally, I think they miss bluffs and value bets, particularly on the river. A lot of those misses, I think, can be put down to tunnel vision. Once you get to the river you already have played most of the hand and have a good sense of where you stand. You’re trying to get to showdown. You’re trying to catch a draw. You’re hoping a draw doesn’t come in, and so forth. In some ways, however, “knowing where you stand” is another way of saying that you’re entering the river with preconceptions about how to play it. Add those preconceptions in with the emotions of seeing a river card that you may or may not like, and often people don’t think too clearly on the river and just end up going with the obvious.
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