Tournament poker is a tough game to play but the rewards for success can be huge. Even regular online tournaments offer substantial prizes running to hundreds of thousands of dollars.
If you want to win big at the tables, then you must buy this book.
Jonathan Little is a highly successful poker professional who has won over $4 million in tournament play in just four years. In,”Secrets of Professional Tournament Poker, Volume 1” he explains exactly how to succeed in this highly competitive field.
Playing technically sound poker is crucial but this is far from the only skill necessary.
In ,”Secrets of Professional Tournament Poker, Volume 1” you will about the fundamentals of play and how to handle varying stack sizes. You will learn:
· Why tournaments are the most profitable form of poker
· When to play small ball and when to play long ball
· How to understand effective stack size
· How to tailor your play to winning, not just cashing
...plus much more
Very helpful advice. I am only filing up space here I don't know why they have a word requirement on my review.Published 6 months ago by Bluewater
I have had some success playing poker, but nothing to write home about. I learned from Jonathan's book, that I've been playing way too tight, and, as a result, have been too... Read morePublished 7 months ago by open seat
It helps my game to reread the book because you forget and make mistakes. Anything to make my game better.Published 10 months ago by Donald T. Milligan
This is a great great book! I have plugged many leaks in my game and have noticed the way I think about poker is really evolving, especially the ability to "put my opponent on... Read morePublished 14 months ago by jogomogo
Take time to learn the concepts and implement the ideas, I am one month into it, better than most I have read. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Derek G Fuelling
It is a great tool for tournament play. I will recomended to any poker player.I believe it explain the theory of poker for anybody understanding.Published 18 months ago by Mario Zeledon Mayorga