This is a discussion on Poker math workbooks/websites? within the online poker forums, in the Learning Poker section; Hey guys, I've been reading the book Poker Math That Matters lately, and I was wondering if you all knew of any websites that did
Hey guys, I've been reading the book Poker Math That Matters lately, and I was wondering if you all knew of any websites that did practice problems or any poker math workbooks for practice. There's a few problems in the book, but I'd like to get more practice to get the concepts down.
I don't know any, but what you could do is review your own hands, calls, ... to see if you play correctly when practicing. I play on Pokerstars and you can download your hand history and review it anytime.
I would be really keen to know the answer to that one as well! It is hard for me to understand how can materials for learning poker be outdated really... I mean, it is not like the rules of the game changed recently, is it? Anyway, if someone could come up with a couple of decent websites/titles would be appreciated greatly.
What programs would you recommend for things like figuring equity, hand ranges, odds and the like. I know pokerstove was the big one a little bit back, but I heard it's outdated now
Pokerstove is still good for learning those , it may be a bit old but its good material. For me, when i started i used Ace Poker Drills for learning poker odds,range and position. i'm a slow learner so repetitive practice suited me