lind-peinture
» » Sit 'n Go Strategy

eBook Sit 'n Go Strategy ePub

by Collin Moshman

eBook Sit 'n Go Strategy ePub
Author: Collin Moshman
Language: English
ISBN: 1880685396
ISBN13: 978-1880685396
Publisher: Two Plus Two Publishing LLC; 1 edition (July 20, 2007)
Pages: 281
Category: Puzzles & Games
Subcategory: Humor
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 283
Formats: lrf lrf doc azw
ePub file: 1422 kb
Fb2 file: 1946 kb

I also have a lot of respect for this poker book because it is not all "Rah-Rah!", meaning Mr. Moshman shows you how you can make great decisions and still lose a hand.

Only 19 left in stock (more on the way). Only 17 left in stock (more on the way). I also have a lot of respect for this poker book because it is not all "Rah-Rah!", meaning Mr.

Synopsis of Sit ’n Go Strategy

Synopsis of Sit ’n Go Strategy. Sit ’n go poker tournaments are one table events starting with nine or ten players that usually pay the top three places. They have become very popular on the Internet and are now being spread in brick and mortar cardrooms as well. But they are not standard no-limit poker tournaments since the required strategy to be successful is different, and those who understand the proper approach have found these events to be highly profitable.

Sit & Go Strategy is one of the best poker manuscripts ever published, and a major contribution to poker, as there has been relatively little literature on SNG tournament strategy.

BEST Sit n Go book I have read. Especially for the lower stakes. I do not find it dated as some do - I find many opponents no where near the level this book teaches you to achieve so you are well past them.

Sit 'N Go Strategy book. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem.

Подписчиков: 1 ты. себе: CardsChat Ambassador, Video Coach for P. . себе: CardsChat Ambassador, Video Coach for Pokerstrategy and Tournament Poker Edge. Author of Sit 'N Go Strategy, Math of Holdem, and The Superuser.

Sit'n go Strategy di Collin Moshman. Want to like this page?

Sit'n go Strategy di Collin Moshman.

Sit & Go Strategy is one of the best poker manuscripts ever published, and a major contribution to poker, as there has been relatively little literature on SNG tournament strategy

Sit & Go Strategy is one of the best poker manuscripts ever published, and a major contribution to poker, as there has been relatively little literature on SNG tournament strategy. Sit 'n Go Strategy is logically divided into sections on Low Blind Play, Medium Blind Play, and High Blind Play, as well as a chapter, titled Sit & Go Career Play which covers some additional concepts.

Report "Collin Moshman - Sit'n Go Strategy". Please fill this form, we will try to respond as soon as possible.

Rare book
Purestone
BEST Sit n Go book I have read. Especially for the lower stakes. I do not find it dated as some do - I find many opponents no where near the level this book teaches you to achieve so you are well past them. You MUST study this as a course - it is not bedtime reading. I have been through it three times including working the exercises and learn something new every time. I am enjoying small stakes SnG much better and consistently finishing in the money. Not only do I know how to be a thinking player I can observe how others are playing against me and understand what to do against them. This book is well worth the time invested - my criteria is that my time spent vastly exceeds the price so I want the material to be worth my effort and this book well is.

My only drawback is I like to excerpt sentences into a Word doc to make my own summary cheat sheets and the DRM stopped me from copying about 2/3 of the way through the book. The new download protocol does not allow for removing the DRM with outside programs that I can find as you used to be able to do so. I understand why they have this security feature but it does hamper the honest people.
Shak
Long overdue review here. Sadly I can’t play poker anymore for money because of Black Friday. That being said if you’re one of the lucky ones that can, and you want better sit n go strategy, you can’t go wrong here. Funny thing is I read the book and brought zero results. If anything I was worse. So I read it again. Realized I didn’t apply what I read at the first shot. So I read it again. Took notes and made diagrams for myself. I guess what I’m saying is give it time. Maybe you’ll need time for things to sink in like I did. Don’t listen to the negative reviews on this. I saw one review said they quit reading after 20 pages? How can you review a book you didn’t bother to read? Hang in there and it will all make sense
Xar
This review is long overdue - I bought this book back in 2008 and it was what started to positively turn my game around. I've never been big on cash games. I enjoy tournaments (both Sit & Go and multi-table) and this was one of the highest rated books at the time that I could find on the topic.

I had been playing Texas Hold 'Em Sit & Gos at a novice-recreational level for a very long time... games with family & friends, the occasional trip to a casino, etc. I enjoyed playing, but I never really won. I wanted to take my game to the next level, and as such I was that person that other poker players loved to have sit at the table with them. I knew it was generally a good idea to play tight, but with the advancing blinds I would always find myself getting blinded out. My game had a gaping mid-tournament hole and I was not clear on how to fix it.

This book changed all that by opening my eyes on aggressive play and other mid-late game concepts that I would never have been able to test because I was simply never able to get that far in a tournament.

Most poker books can be a bit of a dry read, and this one is no exception, but the principles are outlined both in a useful order and in a very clear and straightforward manner. As you progress through the book, you are treated to insights on the aspects of play for early, middle, and late Sit & Go tournaments, and why aggression is so important at every level of a tournament. Different methods of using aggression are presented for the different stages of the tournament as it progresses. There is a solid emphasis on chip stack sizes relative to the blinds, and there are example hands throughout which are useful in highlighting the ideas presented. I also have a lot of respect for this poker book because it is not all "Rah-Rah!", meaning Mr. Moshman shows you how you can make great decisions and still lose a hand.

If you are an experienced player with some skill then this book may not add much that you don't already know, but if you are a beginner with an interest in taking your small tournament game up a notch or two, then this book will definitely have some value for you.

This book will not make you a pro by any stretch, and only reading it does not make you better: you must still practice and be prepared to continue losing and make errors as you hone your game, but if you read it and truly understand and apply the principles within, it will definitely help you start to get out of the "fish tank" and be able to clobber your other rookie friends ;) Remember, all an expert is is someone who has already made all the mistakes!

Thanks to this book and several others, my game has improved immensely. My win rate is much higher and although I am by no means a professional I consider myself a very solid & competent player now.

This is definitely a 5-star purchase and is a great book to start your poker library!
Gorisar
I think this is a pretty awesome book. It is to the point, and if you follow the strategies in this book to the letter, you should have absolutely NO problems crushing the $5 or $10 SNGs. It may even be useful at the higher levels, but currently, I have no way of telling ;). Ofcourse, every now and then some donk will draw out on you, but in the long run you will make money. The text is for intermediate to advanced players, so its better if you've read Harrington's books prior to this one. It is for players who understand the basic math in poker, probabilities, pot odds and that sort of stuff. Moshman's advice, then, for a particular hand, after taking into consideration all the math involved, is based on player tendencies. He does not devote a lot of text on how to determine whether a player is loose or tight, or passive or aggressive, but if you can figure that out, then his strategies and advice are spot on. For that aspect of the game, I would recommend a poker psychology book, such as "Psychology of Poker".

All in all, I think this book is great, especially if used in conjunction with Harrington's series, a poker psychology book and perhaps another book like "Theory of Poker" (Sklansky/Malmuth)
There is also value in re-reading the books perhaps with a gap of a few months to revise the concepts.
lind-peinture.fr
© All right reserved. 2017-2020
Contacts | Privacy Policy | DMCA
eBooks are provided for reference only