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Jonathan Little's Excelling at No-Limit Hold'em: Leading Poker Experts Discuss How to Study, Play and Master NLHE Paperback – July 7, 2015
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This is the best poker book to come out in a long time, and I imagine it will remain the best poker book to come out for many years to come. (Bradley Chalupski PokerUpdate, July 2015)
As Scott Clements notes in his chapter, 'Regardless of your comfort zone or your results, if you refuse to push your boundaries, you will not progress and grow as a player.' By offering such a variety of quality instruction and insight, Excelling at No-Limit Hold'em gives readers several ways to do just that ― namely, to push their boundaries and think further about many different facets of hold'em as a means to improve their games. (Martin Harris PokerNews, June 2015)
When someone who is interested in studying poker more asks which poker book they should purchase, the answer is usually a mixture of Super System for the complete basics, and Harrington on Hold'em for further more up-to-date clarifications. However, it is my belief that Excelling at No-Limit Hold'em could become the new go-to book for those wishing to read up on tournament poker...Jonathan Little should be commended for bringing such a talented group of individuals together for what is an outstanding poker book. (Will Shillibier Backdoorquads.com, June 2015)
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Thank you very much for signing Jonathan Little and the biggest of thanks to Jeff and Linda for thinking of me. Every day the stars get a little closer in line......
This is the modern version of Doyle Brunson's Super System!
This book covers a comprehensive array of topics to add to almost anyone's game. The authors are top-notch and write in depth. The chapter format allows for studying one principle at a time without too much distraction.
The three chapters on the "mental game" by Tendler, Roe, and Cardner (leaders in this relatively new field) are alone worth the price of the book, especially for those with limited exposure to these concepts....but perhaps even more so as refreshers to those of us experienced enough to think we are "past all that."