The Course by Ed Miller

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I am all for paying money for quality content, but since it is 50 bucks paperback and kindle alike, I have to ask if anyone has paid that price and is it worth it? I honestly can’t trust Amazon reviews and well, If anyone puts a price that high on a (poker) book, it should be open for discussion lol
 
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Let's be honest, the book is a work of fiction. If someone published textbooks, that is, systematized information with statistics, examples, calculations about a specific discipline in this case on poker, it would be a different matter. Then it would make sense to talk about it, and so I think that the best assistant in the development of you as a player is practice and analysis in specialized programs of your game and the game of your opponents.
 
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poker books are a bit of an outdated thing in general. Today there are much more dynamic ways to learn poker like training sites and various forms of paid software. So would I personally spend 50$ on a book from 2015? Probably not.
 
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I am all for paying money for quality content, but since it is 50 bucks paperback and kindle alike, I have to ask if anyone has paid that price and is it worth it? I honestly can’t trust Amazon reviews and well, If anyone puts a price that high on a (poker) book, it should be open for discussion lol
If you are not aware of things such a Minimum Defense Frequency and streets of value then this book might be helpful. Otherwise, skip it and go for something more recent
 
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