Poker Night – All You Need to Bet, Bluff, and Win
Really, all you need to bet, bluff, and win. Poker Night is portable, well-designed, and contains infinite hours of entertainment – one of the first in Bovada’s new line of games. Now anyone can turn a quiet evening at home into Poker Night. With this portable box – complete with chips, cards, cheat sheets, and instructions for 14 different poker games – you’ll be ready to start dealing. Bovada poker players can read up on the basics, learn the difference between a full house and a flush, and arm themselves with the handy cheat sheets included.
Let me start by saying this book is 10 years old and poker changes quite quickly. However, this is very enjoyable and entertaining read all around.
In this book, you will find out how Gus played every single hand when he won the 2007 Aussie Millions out of a field of 747 players.
Although, some of the poker material from may be outdated a lot of the concepts he uses are still critical to beating the games today.
Even, so if you just want an entertaining read about poker or gambling, this is the book for you.
Gus is one of the best live players to have played the games, having made multiple mega cashes over his career.
Find out how the poker pros think and see how he played every single hand in the tournament. Not only his best hands.
The hands he discussed aren’t just glossed over. Each one has a detailed narrative which allows you to understand his thought process for each hand.
It’s easy to follow and doesn’t require you slog through complex equations or math.
What’s not to like?
This is the first poker book to be released in 2020, and it’s off to an amazing start with a perfect 5/5 star rating on Amazon.
If you are serious about playing better poker, you need to fully grasp the underlying math but you don’t need an IQ of 195 to do these calculations. You just need to learn the key formulas, practice putting them to use, and train your brain to precisely and automatically estimate the math during sessions.
And that’s exactly what this workbook does. You’ll learn and practice basic math concepts like pot odds, implied odds, and combos and eventually get into more complex topics like EV (expected value), 3betting, and preflop all-ins.