Small Stakes No-Limit Hold ‘Em is for most players serious about improving their games. Its thorough and accessible consideration of core topics will shore up your fundamentals and its more advanced material will prepare you for bigger games and tougher competition.The fifth title from best-selling poker author Ed Miller, Small Stakes No-Limit Hold'em is his most in-depthSmall Stakes No-Limit Hold ‘Em is for most players serious about improving their games. Its thorough and accessible consideration of core topics will shore up your fundamentals and its more advanced material will prepare you for bigger games and tougher competition.The fifth title from best-selling poker author Ed Miller, Small Stakes No-Limit Hold'em is his most in-depth book to date. It is a step-by-step, example-driven guide to becoming a consistent winner in small stakes no-limit hold'em games.Do you one day envision yourself playing no-limit hold’em for a living? Or do you hope to turn your poker hobby into a lucrative side income? If you do, Small Stakes No-Limit Hold'em is written for you. It arms you with the most important concepts and insights to make your dream a reality. It shows you how a pro crafts a strategy and then adjusts to maintain an edge over the competition. And it doesn't hold back....
|Title||:||Small Stakes No-Limit Hold'em|
|Number of Pages||:||306 Pages|
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Small Stakes No-Limit Hold'em Reviews
Simply the best beginner-to-intermediate level poker book available. Introduces many important concepts and does so in a manner which is simultaneously readable and informative. The rating is not because the book still provides revolutionary theory - it doesn't, and I'm not sure it ever did - but because of how it can transform one's game from primitive into a somewhat nuanced game, especially if one reads and understands the last few chapters aimed at moving beyond SSNL.As with all poker books from a few years ago, the limit at which this book is aimed is an over-estimate; rather than the 200NL it claims to be aimed at, I'd say this is probably a good read for 5NL-25NL players; long-term winners at 50NL or above may wish to skim this but likely won't learn anything new.
Miller's solo book, which I liked much better on a first read than his collaboration with Sklansky on No Limit Hold'em: Theory and Practice. It focuses on online 6-max 200NL games, and uses related lingo (e.g. voluntarily put into pot and preflop raise percentage "slash lines"), but as the author indicates most of the information can be easily ported to other games. Teaches mostly a LAG/TAG (loose-aggressive/tight-aggressive) approach, and I think the amount dedicated to barrels and bluffs could border on dangerous if read in a vacuum. When combined with other material, I think this is a great book, and an especially great one to convert limit players that default to playing like nits. Great bang for the buck at a $10 eBook price, with this many useful pages.
This is not the promised sequel to "Professional No-Limit Hold'em: Volume I" but it is an excellent followup. The concepts, ideas and implications of their earlier book are put into practice here in the $1/$2 blind six-max online no-limit hold'em game.I recommended it for anyone looking to play no-limit hold'em at professional level. But given it's high cost, advanced and dense material, and lack of new ideas I would recommend mastering quite a few other texts first.
This is a really good book to read if you have many NLHE concepts down. This book gives you a lot of things to think about from your game to what you should be looking for while you play. I marked this as read, but I will be reading this a few times. Some concepts require a sledgehammer to get through to me.
very very good. Probably a great book to read immediately after Theory of Poker if you are interested in playing 6-max.