By Phil Gordon

ISBN-10: 1416927190

ISBN-13: 9781416927198

In Poker: the true Deal and Phil Gordon's Little eco-friendly Book, Phil Gordon -- a world-class participant and instructor -- shared the concepts, information, and services he's gleaned in the course of his phenomenally profitable profession. Now he exhibits avid gamers tips on how to observe these theories to real fingers for you to make shrewdpermanent, convinced judgements with each circulation.

Gordon walks readers via fingers that he's encountered in funds video games; early, center, and overdue event play; sit down & Gos; satellites and supersatellites; and the ultimate desk of the World sequence of Poker, revealing not just what performs he made but additionally why he made them. He relates what is going via a pro's brain in each scenario, even if it's a well timed bluff or a questionable name, and is helping avid gamers calculate their very own most sensible strikes within the so much pressure-fueled of events. In examining particular palms, Gordon additionally imparts very important classes in key poker talents similar to calculating odds, shorthanded play, and getting to know tells. And he discusses memorable performs -- the nice and the oh-so-bad -- explaining why convinced strikes have been made and, in lots of instances, how the palms must have been performed in a different way.

Insightful, witty, and packed with real-life seasoned secrets and techniques, Phil Gordon's Little Blue Book is needed examining for each participant seeking to make a revenue and lift his video game to the following point.

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If I want this pot, I'm better off taking a stab at it now. Betting between half and three quarters of the pot makes it "incorrect" for anyone to call me with a small flush or straight draw. I'm using the "scare" quotes here because anyone who knew what I actually had would not only likely be correct in calling b u t would probably race me to get his chips in the middle. * I bet $15, half the pot. Everyone folds except the big blind, who calls. There is $ 6 0 in the pot. That wasn't a terrible result—only the worst player at the table stands between me and taking this pot.

Now, do I just call the bet here, or bring down the h a m m e r with a raise? What would you d o ? I'm inclined to re-raise here for three reasons: 13 1. Hawaii's bet is probably large enough to scare off o u r other two opponents, so there's n o t much point i n trying to keep them a r o u n d much longer. 1. *, he'll probably be willing to put all of his money into the pot right now. If he doesn't have a flush draw and another club comes on the t u r n , he might shut down. 3 . If Hawaii is overplaying an overpair, as tourists wearing Hawaiian shirts to a casino are apt to do, say T - T , J - J , or Q^-Q^, a n d an overcard or flush card comes o n the t u r n , it will be very difficult to extract all of his chips.

I know, I said this was a dangerous flop. But I can't just leave that money lying there in the middle with all the weakness o n display, can I? When I flop a draw in position against many o p p o nents and it gets checked around to me, I'll often just check and take a free look at the turn card. In this situation, however, I really don't have that much of a draw . . or, better said, I have several draws that I might not want to make. First let's look at the kinds of hands that my o p p o nents were likely to limp in with: weak aces, m e d i u m pocket pairs, suited cards a n d / o r connectors.

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