• Advanced Poker Math

  • A Complete Beginner’s Guide to Basic, Effective, and Advanced Strategies to Use Poker Math in the World of Poker
  • By: Phil Meyer
  • Narrated by: Richard Fannin
  • Length: 3 hrs and 7 mins
  • 3.2 out of 5 stars (5 ratings)

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By: Phil Meyer
Narrated by: Richard Fannin
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Publisher's Summary

Poker is one of the oldest and most enduring games on the face of the earth, and Texas Hold'em has been the most common form of gambling for almost three decades. Millions of dollars change hands each year, thanks to the game, and if you want to earn your share, you'll need to understand the math that goes into the game to ensure that you can formulate a solid action plan that moves forward.

Hundreds of thousands of dollars, if not more, change hands at poker tables around the world, every day. While a basic level of technical expertise can help you keep a little of this money on your own, if you ever hope to earn a serious payday, you'll need to understand the math that professionals use to keep themselves in black for the long run.

Anyone who has played poker knows it can be difficult, especially for an inexperienced player. Remembering your hands, figuring out if you should bet or not, and trying to read the other players will prove to be nerve-wracking.

Fortunately, the simple concept of poker math will benefit beginners and experts of all sports. If you're chasing your poker payday, then Advanced Poker Math is the book you've been waiting for. A clear understanding of how the likelihood functions when you sit down to play a hand would obviously make it easier to make the right moves with every turn the game takes.

While understanding probability won't guarantee you a 100 percent chance of success with every hand, the following odds will make sure you win more than you lose overall.

You'll find these chapters in the audiobook:

  • Introduction
  • Understanding Poker Maths
  • Understanding of Probability and Odds
  • Effectively Use Pot Equity & the Rule of 2 & 4 to Determine the Correct Poker Play
  • Equity - the Rule of 2 and 4
  • Understand How to Use Expected Value (Ev) Both on and off the Table to Analyze Your Plays
  • Understanding Bluffing and Hero Call
  • The Easiest Way to Remember Poker Hand Ranks
  • Hand Reading - Putting Players on a Hand
  • Limping
  • The Best And Worst Texas Hold'em Poker Starting Hands
  • And many more...

While it may seem like it could be difficult to learn, you will soon notice it’s all simple math that you probably already know.

Get this audiobook today and learn how to use math to improve your game.

©2020 Phil Meyer (P)2020 Phil Meyer

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a mediocre version of another poker math book.

This book is a mediocre version of another poker math book. I would recommend looking at another poker math book

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Lucas red covers everything you need to know is how is mathematics is concerned but it doesn't fully make sense because the narrator doesn't understand anything about poker enea tends to use his own words which don't quite match the poker lingo so confusing what he's talking about since he Rewards things like equity and Cetera but otherwise it's an Exellent book

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  • 04-06-20

Listen it.

Very little information relevant to poker players. Hard to separate the formula derivations from the concepts of the audiobook.