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It's on my reading list but haven't gotten around to it yet. I've read the first one though and liked it decently enough. Andrew Brokos is a good writer and poker player so you can't really go wrong with this one if you're interested in GTO ranges.
 
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Does anybody read this book?



Hi.
No, I haven't read this book and I'm hearing about it for the first time.
But I can recommend you my list of good books :
Jared Tendler "The Mental Game of Poker"
Ed Miller "Texas Holdem for beginners"
Ed Miller "Professional NL Holdem"
Ed Miller "Small Stakes NL Holdem"
Andrew Seidman "The Easy Game"
Tri Nguyen "The NL Holdem Workbook"
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Good luck.
 
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Brokos is a GTO approach. I've read it - the vast majority of low/mid stakes players won't get any benefit. If you are asking for book recommendations - it is almost definitely of no benefit for you.
 
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I guess it wont harm my play if I read it, but not apply it.
 
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