How good is your math? Post-flop play for me is math first, readings on opponents second, position third. Well, sometimes my read on the Villain outweighs the math , but if you're acting without proper odds
, you're likely throwing chips away.
Try doing the online question of the day on PokerListings. The more practice you get, the more confident you'll feel on the felts.
HOH is a definite must-read if you're serious. However, the game has changed a lot in recent years, or at least the players have changed. There's a lot of great information out there in cyberspace, much of it more pertinent to today's online format. I just did a search on post-flop strategy holdem
and the top hit even has exercises. Scanning the top 4 shows a wealth of opinion and thoughtful advice.
Sometimes when I get stuck reviewing a hand I definitely played wrong, I'll look it up in my books, then go online and get more opinions. Plus it's so much easier to search than books!