Expert Heads Up No-Limit Hold ’em, Vol 1. 8. Poker is a tough game. If you discern a few leaks in your game and want to fix them in five minutes, you’ll have to. Detailed summary of Collin Moshman’s book, Heads-Up No-Limit Hold’em. Includes review, and information on how to receive this book for free. Anyone know Moshman’s credentials as a HU player? what stakes has he i don’t think anyone can “utterly destroy” a world class heads up.
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Looking forward to the book. Because even if you’re not one of those players constantly hoping to find action, if you’re playing poker, the action will find you. This is clearly a situation to avoid. So whether you are an aspiring heads-up professional, or want to be ready for the next time you re challenged to a one-on-one battle, Heads Up No-Limit Hold msohman provides you with the tools you need to succeed.
So you would be much less inclined to go for a potentially match-ending three-overbet.
In terms of making money from poker i would say Collin is most definitely world class. Find Threads Started by quiquiriqui.
Heads-Up No-Limit Hold ’em: Expert Advice for Winning Heads-Up Poker Matches
Originally Posted by ChicagoRy. Find Threads Started by Pog0. Originally Posted by React1oN In cash games. You have to understand that the books are usually not written for NL and higher regulars. Send a private message to Rodolphe.
Attack button limps, bluff multiple streets, and aggress in the most profitable manner, 5. Originally Posted by ChicagoRy I’m looking forward to this book. Refresh and try again.
Heads-Up No-Limit Hold ’em: Expert Advice for Winning Heads-Up Poker Matches by Collin Moshman
Anyone read the book? If he plays back before the flop, you fold. Even an intermediate skill player where I would consider myself is likely to improve their Excellent read.
I have a lot of respect for Mkshman and just about every coach over at Stoxpoker. Want to Read saving…. Heads-up confrontations can occur in any game, even when every seat is occupied.
Iago rated hezds really liked it Dec 28, Nov 08, Barrie Penman rated it it was amazing Shelves: Send a private message to filthyvermin. Csomay rated it really liked it Sep 15, Following up on last year’s well-received Sit ‘n Go StrategyCollin Moshman has responded to this trend with another helpful strategy guide, this time specifically geared toward heads-up play.
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While Heads-Up No-Limit Hold’em might appear a highly specialized book in what is already an admittedly specialized category i. My guess is that Moshman is in the top 0. Other useful concepts emerge here in the context of pot control, including “process of elimination” when deciding between available options and “price-setting upp river” i. I am not saying the guy is some kind of poker god.
Poker Book Review: Collin Moshman’s ‘Heads-Up No-Limit Hold’em’
Viktor Nordling rated it really liked it Jun 14, It is in this part that Moshman answers a common tournament-related question regarding the notion of “effective stack sizes.
When he calls, you beads out on any flop for a one-half to two-thirds pot bet.
They are some people that are very good players and don’t know how to teach, and some that are not that good but explain very well. Both chapters provide some interesting examples showing how an amateur player might play the same hand much differently than a professional.
You have shown significant strength on two betting rounds, yet your tight-aggressive opponent still wants to build a big pot. Sometimes when you are the big blind and the button raises, you should make a larger-than-normal reraise to simplify further decision-making. Andy Hollon rated it really liked it Jun 04, Anthony Holden’s ‘Holden on Hold’em’.
Jason Velasco rated it it was amazing Apr 04, All times are GMT Adjusting to the amount of aggression can be difficult since heads-up battles require you to bet and raise with many hands.
There are several conditions that make this play particularly beneficial:. Graeme Shanks rated it really liked it Sep 30, Originally Posted by Pog0 I thought it comes out Sept The reasoning behind this play is that an intelligent player will tend to think that someone who has been tight from the big blind and unexpectedly makes a small reraise may be doing so because he wants action with a strong hand.
Find More Posts by Pog0. For instance, if the flop had been J 8 2and he raised your post-flop leadout bet, then more often than not, you will hdads facing at least top pair or perhaps second pair with a higher kicker. See my staking thread. And against a flat-call and missed flop, we will be playing a huge pot, out of position, generally facing three overcards.