Andrew Brokos - Play Optimal Poker
by popular demand, even more optimal poker guidance!
Play Optimal Poker 2 is here! POP2 compounds on the lesson of the best-selling Play Optimal Poker. In POP2 renowned poker pro and coach Andrew Brokos demonstrates how to construct the right ranges for any situation.
By investigating real no-limit hold ‘em scenarios, you’ll learn to select hands that perform well individually but also complement one another, amplifying each other’s strengths and compensating for each other’s weaknesses. In the process, you’ll explore powerful concepts including: bet sizing, equity denial, equity realization, balance, leverage, board coverage and exploitative play.
Whether you play tournaments or cash games, high stakes or low, online or live, you’ll gain fresh insights into the game you love. Real world examples demonstrate how to make the best decision every time, so you can reel in the biggest fish and hold your own when swimming with the sharks!
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play optimal poker is Game theory, for all.
Play Optimal Poker shatters the myth that game theory is only for elite poker players.
Renowned poker pro and coach Andrew Brokos takes you step-by-step through the fundamentals, explaining core game theory principles and how to apply them in real poker situations.
Play with confidence. Play with precision. Play optimal poker.
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THEORY AND APPLICATION
Game theory isn’t just about playing differently, it’s about thinking differently. Once you understand the fundamentals of game theory, you’ll approach the poker table with the confidence to handle anything the game can throw at you.
APPLICABLE IN EVERY GAME
Whether you play small stakes or high stakes, cash games or tournaments, Play Optimal Poker 1 & 2 provide powerful new tools to help you navigate tricky situations, hold your own against the toughest competition, and exploit common mistakes.
A Teaching approach
Andrew takes you step-by-step through the fundamentals of game theory as it applies to poker, teaching you how to understand and use the most valuable principles in your game.
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"Easily the best poker strategy book I've read, and I've read a lot of books. Really breaks down a GTO/Equilibrium to it's simplest form to make it easy to understand than applies what you learned to real life scenarios. The biggest take away you will get from this book is the "standard" plays you've been making your whole poker playing career probably suck and the non standard plays you've been told are bad are actually far superior"
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"...Too many decent recreational players are only decent because they figured out the exploitative strategies to beat their small-stakes player pool, but don't really understand---at a deep level---why those strategies work. And why they can't figure out how to beat the better players. This book breaks down, clearly and concisely, how those recreational exploitative strategies fit into the larger playing surface of optimal and exploitative play..." read full review on Amazon
"This book takes complex theories that have seemed out of touch and only for the .000001% of truly elite, high-roller, robotic poker players, and turns them in to digestible, relatable, and understandable practice for your real-world home games or local card rooms. Most poker books give common sense advice for easy concepts and prescriptive advice for more advanced concepts. This book is the opposite, it trusts the reader and challenges them to learn the concepts and develop your own strategies" read full review on Amazon
about the author
Andrew Brokos has been a professional poker player for more than fifteen years, with hundreds of thousands in cash game winnings, final tables in major online tournament series, and three Top 100 finishes in the World Series of Poker Main Event.
As a coach and host of the popular Thinking Poker Podcast, Andrew is widely regarded for his ability to explain complex concepts in terms anyone can understand.