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What resources do you use to improve your poker game
I've been thinking about this as I've decided to make a poker comeback. I thought about reading small stakes poker by Ed Miller....then I stumbled upon a more recent ebook by blackrain79 and thought about that. Then, I read something interesting which basically stated that these books are obsolete as soon as they're printed. I understand the theory behind that statement but I'm not sure if its truly reality.
I also watched a few YouTube videos; 1 by blackrain and another by someone else and that actually helped quite a bit. I learned that I need to be WAY more aggressive with my betting and stop assuming that these players are actually GOOD players until they prove otherwise.
The final piece is software. I know its out there but what's the best stuff these days and how much does it cost.
I know lots of thoughts and questions...feel free to share yours lol
12th July 2016, 9:47 PM
Online Poker at: ACR
Game: Any Poker
A couple of my friends love that Ed Miller book. Poker is always changing and evolving and it's important to keep up with the times. Probably easier to implement newer strategies while playing live and you can see the person and see what generation they are actually from. Personally, I don't think good poker books lose their relevancy, however it is reasonable to assume that certain trends have changed. But just like anything else poker is bound to come full circle. You have to find your own style and what's comfortable for you. The most important thing is to adjust to others playing styles and react accordingly; this only happens through arduous hours and hours put in at the table.