Today, I started reading one of David Sklansky's books, Small Stakes Hold'em, And, two things surprised me, or stood out, from the get go.
Mr Sklansky says that the big time pro poker players did not know how to play small stakes poker. Seems weird to me. But that is what is in the first few pages of the book.
Another thing is: that guys like David Sklansky, Ed Miller and Mason Malmuth, all have degrees in math or sciences of some kind or other. jeez,
how can one compete with these educated peeps.
Dang, I barely made it out of College, and one thing that almost shot me down was Algebra. lol
Guess I had better stay in my little World of penny poker, play money and freerolls
Just a thought. I will write a note or two during my travels through the book.