Healthy Poker Guide Book
Coming this fall, the healthy poker guide book, full of all the information you need on health, fitness, nutrition, coaching, financing, tax planning and more.
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Recommended Mindset Book
Elements includes groundbreaking ways to think about variance, tilt, and ‘A-game’ poker, as well as super-practical suggestions on how to improve cash ROI through improved ‘non-betting’ decisions: where to play, when, which seats, and which venues.
But perhaps the most innovative discussion is Angelo’s introduction to ‘mindfulness’ meditation and poker, and how long-term practice can generate long term improvements in Poker mindset.
A must-buy for serious Poker players of any ability!
Recommended Cash Game Strategy Book
An affordable follow-up to the (groundbreaking), yet $1,850 (!!) ‘Let There Be Range’ which includes developments of ‘range’ type thinking, and 35 worked problems which lead the reader, card-by-card.
The book is written principally for $2-$4 online players and up, and deals specifically with strategies for playing against regulars who put us to difficult decisions on every street.
If you have ever thought ‘I could check-raise this river (with a weak to moderate hand), but call or fold instead’, let the authors describe why such plays are plus EV, and how to build them into your game.
Recommended Tournament Strategy Book
Four exceptionally gifted tournament players discuss at length the modern tournament game, with both math-based and ‘psychological warfare’ strategies for exploiting aggression at the highest level.
Particularly excellent is the deployment of uncomfortable stack sizes, in the 20-35 BB
range, to maximum advantage.
A must-have addition to the contemporary tournament player’s arsenal.
Few domains are as filled with junk as the domain of nutrition: junk food, and junk food writing.
Pollan’s book is a break with that tradition, with both evidence-based treatments of certain food myths, and common sense approaches to transforming diet without reliance on ‘quick-fixes’.
Few books written in the last decade make as important a contribution. For Poker players, skeptical of fads and panaceas, it provides some usable excellent insights.