re: Poker & Decent Poker books you would suggest
Originally Posted by falstaff99
Hey, I was looking into purchasing "Crushing the Microstakes," and just wanted to know what specifically about the book did you like? I'm curious because I've heard many positive things about it, but there are so many books now about small and microstakes that I wanted to clarify why this one over others. For instance, is it the strategy he employs, or just his explanations and examples? Thanks in advance.
Hi, I am the author of these two books and I post here on CC from time to time. Others can comment on what they like/dislike about them but here is the general synopsis of each.
"Crushing the Microstakes" is for NL2 and NL5, FR, 6max and zoom. Exploitative TAG approach with probably a couple dozen example hands scattered throughout. Tons of theory discussion and what to do in every situation. Table of contents and more info on my website.
"Modern Small Stakes" is for NL10, NL25 and NL50, FR, 6max and zoom. Exploitative TAG approach once again with over 100 highly detailed example hands. Once again theory on every situation imaginable as well. Full table of contents and more on my website.
If you have any other questions, just let me know.