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Crushing Low Stakes Poker: How to Make $1,000s Playing Low Stakes Sit 'n Gos, Vol. 2: Heads-Up Paperback – May 21, 2014
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"Turner does a great job of explaining different strategies and approaches in a thorough, understandable way. He takes you through, step by step, without adding much fluff or unnecessary tangents. [...] I found it incredibly informative, well written and easy to follow. I plan to make use of everything it has taught me. Many other poker books focus on how to win a high stakes tournament, however this book is perfect for the occasional, recreational poker player who wants to crush it every time."
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Mike Turner has a lot of experience playing low stakes SnGs and has had great success playing them. His favorite game types are non-turbos and hyper turbos, and he specializes in heads-up and 6-max. Including bonuses and rakeback, Mike has earned more than $25,000 playing low stakes Sit ’n Gos.
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In this book Turner discussed everything that you would need to know to walk away a winner in a low stakes sit 'n go head up plays. He teaches what heads up sit 'n gos are, why they are popular, the differences between them and other play types such as full ring, how they can be so profitable and how they are played (including the rules, key principles, how to know your hand strength, hand reading, ranges and how to manipulate them, post-flop play explanations including hand strength, board texture and the difference between static boards and volatile boards, etc.). There is also an immense amount of information about strategy including the different uses of both Game Theory Optimal (GTO) and Exploitive Play, and why one is better than the other and how to use both to your advantage. Also the technique of balancing (or giving the opponent as little information as possible about your play) and how you can use it with exploitive play to learn the common tendencies of opponents (such as passiveness, aggressiveness, transparency, etc.). To top off all the information that the author wrote about there are some GREAT appendices including a wonderful terms glossary, hand rankings information, push/fold charts and Sit and Go Endgame System (SAGE).