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Exploitive No Limit Holdem: An Expert's Insight on How to Become a Winning Poker Player Paperback – June 26, 2014
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About the Author
Paul Ratchford is a successful online poker player in Vancouver, Canada, and author of the blog ThePokerCapitalist. Never having read an instructional poker book himself, his game theory is completely self-taught, enabling him to offer a unique perspective on poker that will open your eyes to a whole new way of thinking about the game.
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Although it's focused a lot for online play, I can also see it greatly helping my live game.
I've read a lot of good books, but the authors style is unique in many ways, and it's demonstrated time and time again. This book reveals concepts you may not have realized or even considered as profitable. In 2014, this exactly the kind of material I was looking for. Only on occasion did I feel that 'yeah I knew that'. Some of the content goes over some basics, like where the money comes from at a table, but most of the content is innovative; the section on redline is worth the price alone for me.
As for the price, I mean I didn't really even think about it. Less than a half a buyin for my main game, although the paperback came out a week later, which I would have loved having bought the pdf. Bit of a cooler there : /
I know this is an overused term, but this book is really highly recommended. For small to midstakes players, I'd say it's the best modern book i've read so far this year. Implementing even a small amount of it's contents would increase anyone's winrate (and lossrate for that matter).