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How To Read Hands At No-Limit Hold'em

by Ed Miller

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Hand reading is the single most important no-limit hold'em skill. If you can figure out what hands your opponents are likely to have, you will make consistently good decisions. You'll find bluffs other players miss. You'll find value bets other players miss. And you'll also be able to anticipate and avoid trouble before you're knee-deep in it. Some people say hand reading is a "feel" skill. That you can only learn it through experience. They're wrong. Not that experience isn't vital. It is. But if you think that you're just going to figure it all out by playing hours and hours of hold'em, you're likely mistaken. The learning curve is very steep. That's the bad news. The good news is that How To Read Hands At No-Limit Hold'em can leapfrog you up the learning curve. Not only will you be reading hands better from the moment you finish your first read-through, but you will also learn how to develop your skill during every session you play in the future. What's inside: How to get a read on all the different types of opponents in your small stakes no-limit games How to systematically find big bluffs and thin value bets on the river How to react when you get raised How to spot one of the biggest mistakes many players make on the turn and how to turn that leak into profit. This one alone is worth the price of the book How to spot the flops you shouldn't be continuation betting How to sniff out bluffs using null ranges How to use software at home to fine-tune your hand reading even further And much more… (more)
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Hand reading is the single most important no-limit hold'em skill. If you can figure out what hands your opponents are likely to have, you will make consistently good decisions. You'll find bluffs other players miss. You'll find value bets other players miss. And you'll also be able to anticipate and avoid trouble before you're knee-deep in it. Some people say hand reading is a "feel" skill. That you can only learn it through experience. They're wrong. Not that experience isn't vital. It is. But if you think that you're just going to figure it all out by playing hours and hours of hold'em, you're likely mistaken. The learning curve is very steep. That's the bad news. The good news is that How To Read Hands At No-Limit Hold'em can leapfrog you up the learning curve. Not only will you be reading hands better from the moment you finish your first read-through, but you will also learn how to develop your skill during every session you play in the future. What's inside: How to get a read on all the different types of opponents in your small stakes no-limit games How to systematically find big bluffs and thin value bets on the river How to react when you get raised How to spot one of the biggest mistakes many players make on the turn and how to turn that leak into profit. This one alone is worth the price of the book How to spot the flops you shouldn't be continuation betting How to sniff out bluffs using null ranges How to use software at home to fine-tune your hand reading even further And much more

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