This is the book that I use as a reference for single-table SnGs. Combining that with the ABC SnG video series on Drag The Bar (you can get a free trial for one week and an extra week via CC) has really improved my win rate. Be prepared to do a lot of studying and practicing if you really want to improve. Moshman's book has lots of sample hands with "what would you do here" scenarios. Easy to read and teaches a lot.
Don't buy a book, get a coach or buy some notes off somebody.
I have Sit n Go notes for 9man non turbo and can be used up to 20$ buy ins.
Stick to 100-buy in rule. I would be willing to sell them for 150$
I also have Heads up SitnGo notes which are more pricey. Sell for 300$
There worth a lot more.
Originally Posted by asiancurse
or download SitnGo Wizard. 30 day trial
to this guy^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
This is not Amazon.com, open a web shop if you want to sell stuff, not to mention your advice is crap as well.
As mentioned in other threads, Moshmans book is good, I am currently reading Sklanskys book mentioned by bwammo, and it is a good read as well. Havent read the Phil Shaw book, but will check it out. If you have never read a book, a coach is very bad advice. And sitngowizard will be useless if you are a beginner as well, its concepts are difficult to grasp if you dont already know the game fairly well. There are lots of websites, google "sit and go strategy" and you will see a lot of stuff. I wont recommend anything - although I do have my faves - since its pretty much gonna be like a cafeteria - you need to take what you want, and it might not be what I want.
Yes, i also believe that C. Mosman´s sng book is the gold standard and the evergreen of sng literature. He has also written a HU sng book.
Recently i watched the four dtb videos (produced by zerosum79) with this very interesting pivot strategies, i liked it !
Thanks again guys, I thought I knew a lot about poker before playing online, man was I wrong. I'm getting better every day and I have the sngwiz trial. I have a good understanding of icm but its a little harder for me to assign ranges to opponents because I play turbos and they end quickly. The hardest part of poker for me is learning how to control my emotions and deal with tilt.
Moshman book is very good. You have to be careful though when trying to apply what you read since you might mixed them all
Best advice in this book is : don't get blinded out! This is the major thing that I changed in my game recently and it pays off. Someone I'm out of a SNG because of a steal but sometime the steal turn on my side and I come back in the game because of the aggressive move.
Moshman's book is considered a standard read to winning SnG's.
Just take your time and work through it.
If you have a stat tracker software, (SnG Wiz, Poker Tracker3 etc.)study the hand you LOSE.
Look for the things you could do better, smarter and more profitable.
Keep studying, taking notes and decide what works for you.
Be careful on those tables out there!
Fletchdad you know nothing about poker, have fun reading your poker books.
Another fine contributing member of our forum, who has no side agenda and is obviously a winning player.............................
Seriously, I think your advice is bad. And the fact that you were using this forum to sell your notes - which are probably useless since they did not make you a +ROI player, among SOOOOO many other reasons why you trying that was SOOOOO wrong - so it seems you are trying to sell your questionable stuff here, which in itself is an insult to the providers of this forum, and you cant take criticism on your questionable advice, so you increase your post count with useless insults.....
But I will have fun reading my books..........................