Every Hand Revealed has ratings and 68 reviews. Danm said: Approximately 10% of poker players are profitable over the long haul. If you really unde. 19 Mar A review of Gus Hansen’s upcoming book, ‘Every Hand Revealed’. Has anyone read this book? Thought about buying it because they say it goes through every hand 1 at a time and the thinking of Gus Hansen.
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Of those, Hansen designates 21 as “crucial hands” that proved especially pivotal when assessing his overall success in the tournament. Aside from taking the usual mathematical calculations into account, Hansen tells how he also considered the less-easily-quantified consequences of his folding. His seemingly random playing style is actually governed by hannsen thought and analysis before each action.
The format recalls recent examples of players such as Greg Raymer and Annette Obrestad making public entire hand histories from their online tourney triumphs, inviting others to extrapolate what they may from such a wealth of detail. Mental Game of Poker Jared Tendler. Sign up below to get a FREE 3-part email course that includes one free minute video from the series, and some detailed hand histories featuring common poker tells.
As a casual poker viewer, Gus Gus’ book is definitely NOT one of those. Called “The Great Dane” as well as “The Madman,” the five-time international title-holder transforms his hands with cool logic Thanks for telling us about the problem. Get to Know Us. Thought about buying it because they say it goes through every hnad 1 at a time and the thinking of.
Intriguing peek into the mind of a fascinating poker player.
Nansen style is not just aggressive, but reckless. The thought processes explained mesh well with the active player looking for decisions post-flop. The book is well laid out, taking each day as a separate chapter and providing greater depth at the business end of the tournament, making the book an easy one to read.
I have read a few books about poker tournament strategy and while I have learned some valuable things, I knew that the generalities would only get me so far – that in specific situations I would be on my own. Gus was talking about continuation bets as if they had just been invented. So this strategy is limited.
But you can’t dispute the fact that this poker superstar knows how to win–and win. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Lyle Stuart Cover price: Will be revaled from US. Good insight into the thinking of a professional poker player. Looking for beautiful books? The most important thing I probably took from the book was his gua use of the all-in.
And nearly all of them have been informed by careful, strategic thinking.
If you continue to use this website then we will assume you are ok with that. I found one of the most intriguing facts of the book to be just how many pots he picks up after betting aggressively and holding absolutely nothing.
Enter your email below and I’ll send you lesson 1 right now. The only way to truly win in poker is to implement bankroll management no rebuysposition, table selection selecting tables with scared moneyand reading ability. Just nit-picking on an otherwise interesting and informative book.
Cookies help us deliver our services. It was mostly interesting as a glimpse of how a top pro plays. Aug 11, Bluebehir rated it really liked it Shelves: Not really going to tell you anything but maybe how to handle the hand he played. His account of his Aussie Millions win was interesting, informative, and very hanesn.
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