• The Poker Mind

  • Play Poker Like the Top 1%. What Everyone Ought to Know About Poker Strategy, Poker Math and the Mental Game Behind the Cards. Make the Right Bet, See the Tells, and Win the Tournament
  • By: Jonathan Bradley
  • Narrated by: Rory Young
  • Length: 3 hrs and 24 mins
  • 4.2 out of 5 stars (104 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Master the mental game of Texas hold 'em poker and learn how to use simple and effective techniques to crush your opponents in any poker game!

If you've always wanted to learn how to master the game of Texas hold 'em poker but don't know how to go about it, then keep reading....

Are you sick of not being able to dominate your opponents and control the game? Tired of the ego drop that comes with each crushing loss, knowing that you've been outsmarted...again?

Have you tried to get an edge over your opponents using methods and techniques that don't seem to work for you?

Do you want to finally say goodbye to long losing streaks and discover a toolbox of simple, straightforward techniques and strategies that will help you win a lot more poker games?

If yes, then keep reading....

You see, mastering poker doesn't have to be difficult. And it doesn't have to depend on luck either.

In fact, I'll go a step further and say it's easier than you think, but you don't have to believe me.

An article in Gaming Law Review has demonstrated why poker is a game of skill and not of luck with similar techniques you're going to find in this guide.

What does this mean for you?

You can master the ins and outs of Texas hold 'em without bleeding yourself dry or feeling as dumb as rocks.

Here's a snippet of what you're going to discover in The Poker Mind:

  • The six player types and how you can figure out your opponent's playing style to come out on top
  • The one remarkable tip that could help you triple your win rate
  • How to choose the best playing style that helps you dominate
  • Simple techniques so you can master and use poker math like the pros
  • Dramatically increase your win rate by learning how to analyze hands and figure out the right time to call
  • The truth about how to accurately read poker tells
  • A magic technique that will get your opponents to fold and call when you want them to
  • An easy way to figure out when to raise or fold
  • ...and much, much more!

Imagine how you're going to feel once you're able to walk into any table with the confidence of a pro at a table full of amateurs. Won't that be great?

So even if you’re the guy who loses his money every time or you've barely played a game of poker in your life and want to hit the ground running, The Poker Mind is a guide that will give you a huge advantage over your opponents.

If you have a burning desire to take your poker game to the next level and stack up more cash, then listen to this audiobook!

©2019 Jonathan Bradley (P)2019 Jonathan Bradley
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I wouldn't waste my money on this

This is a good example of the fact that you can write a poker book even though you aren't NEARLY qualified to do so. This is not your quick fix to climb to the top, nothing is. I haven't gotten through the book yet but the start is already riddled with untrue statements and bad tips for learning players. Get anything else

edit 1: The author is clearly confused on what tight/loose and aggressive/passive are. FYI they describe very different things. For example he says "if on a tight table, loosen up a little" which is decent advice. then he says "if you are on an aggressive table, tighten up a bit". This is NOT the opposite of the previous statement, he should say "on a LOOSE table tighten up". A tight table can be aggressive and a loose table might be passive.

edit 2: Yeah, no.. nonononono.. He says that preflop ace king of diamond has "65% poker equity". For one, poker equity is not a real term, and two, you can't simply say you have 65% equity preflop if you don't know what your opponent's range is or if you don't know how many opponents you have. If your opponent can only hold aces, kings, or AK you are a huge underdog, or if you are facing 3 opponents your odds aren't nearly 65%. I'm done with this waste of a book..

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Very Basic

Unless you are brand new to Texas Hold em there is nothing to learn from this book. Narration is poor as well.

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Yes great info :

I am new to poker and this book gives me comprehensive understanding not only on theory but also on practical tips I can apply in my game. The instructor has great understanding on the subject! So far I've gone through pre flop, calling ranges, players types and I see improvement in my game. Excellent starting point for me! I am excited to learn more. Looking forward for the rest of the course.

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For beginners

It is Monotonous and for someone brand new to poker. As a really sleepy vibe to it

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elementary

This book is for total beginners. If you have never played holdem before , you could probably listen to the entire boring book. what a waste of chips.

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The cover marketing is deceptive. Just a simple introduction not done particularly well.

This is regurgitated basic Hold’em theory not done particularly well. If you are a beginner, there are many books that are worth your time, money, and effort that are much better than this. If you’ve been playing awhile, a complete waste of resources. Save your money and skip this.

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Avoid. Computerized sound

Avoid this book. It is too simple and for instance instead of saying a Pair of Aces, it says "A to A" (written A-A I'm sure) Painful to listen to.

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A lot of great information into how pros think.

Anne Duke has no problem telling it like it is. She is very informative on how she thinks at the table. overall very helpful for those that want a guide line to a higher level of thinking at the table

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It's very clear concise and informative giving a unique perspective on playing poker it comes from a format of not telling you what to do but how best to do it and why

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Amazing

Amazing narrator A must read book if you want to be a better poker player some great ideas here. I have a different view of why some things work at the table.

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  • 10-06-20

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excellent book I really benefited from this book and I honestly recommend it, good read

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  • Michael
  • 07-03-20

beginners

its basic poker booke that only suits absolute beginners. the narrator sounded like a computer and wasn't easy to listen too.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 05-07-20

Book for amateurs!!!

This book is for amateurs.Useful for them. but not learning how to play at top 1 per cent. WOULD NOT RECOMMEND IT FOR PROS.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 04-30-20

I had much higher hopes

I am sad to be rather disappointed by this audiobook. I don’t think it would be right to give examples from the actual chapters, but I find a lot of over simplifications and contradictions that must be extremely hard to navigate for beginning players. Furthermore really not a book I find could make me approach the top 1% by any means.

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  • George Bird
  • 09-12-19

Emphasizes on poker strategy

The book mainly emphasizes on poker strategy as a concept level. Exmaple: why is position important - why would not raise with a 6-9 in the mid-position : Yeah, we know that late position is important, but this book has put forth a clear explanation as to why late position is important using examples from real life.

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