This is a discussion on Math in Texas Hold 'Em within the online poker forums, in the Learning Poker section; Where can I learn how to base my game off of math? Are there any players here who can help me and direct me to
Where can I learn how to base my game off of math? Are there any players here who can help me and direct me to websites that can help me out here? I really want to learn the math of poker and apply it to my game. I tried some searches on Google but really couldn't find anything that was too helpful. Thanks to anyone who helps out.
20th May 2009, 1:33 AM
You can probably just use the search feature here. If you can't find an answer to a Q, just ask, there are plenty of posters here who know poker math well.
hell there is a bunch of books all about poker math.
read em and lean em, they'll help out all your mathematical
issues you wanna know
20th May 2009, 1:49 AM
Online Poker at: Full Tilt
Game: Hold Em
re: Poker & Math in Texas Hold 'Em
Can you give me some examples, Patty?
And... I guess if you had to boil it down to a specific question... what goes through a players mind througout the course of a hand in terms of math and determining his odds and whatnot? Preflop, Flop, Turn, and River, I'd like to know how a math based player would approach a hand.
20th May 2009, 1:53 AM
Poker at: PokerStars
"Killer Poker by the Numbers" is a good book about poker math.
the math of poker can not really be generalized in my opinion! its a variation of diffrent components,
I'm stilll learning all the aspects of the poker math myself! i will look into finding more solid info for you and i will post it here, I don't have my reference material handy on my comp at the moment! But i'm sure everyone here will help you out as best they can. There is alot of good players here at CC to help you along your way. Good luck on the felt and feel free to PM me anytime! i'll do my best to pass on what i have learned!