You will find great diversity in my books. I love great story telling whether biography, history or fiction.
No, reading this book was not time well spent.
It felt like arduous plodding. I really felt it could have been shortened by half.
Yes, stop reading it.
Something more about poker and less about bad beats
everything was 1. 2.- 3. enough
Book was boring. Poker is a game of patience. Everyone suffers bad beats. We all know that Nobody enjoys them. Some people enjoy talking about them, but nobody enjoys listening to them. The side stories stunk
yes... it allowed me to relax and absorb versus having to focus on reading and absorbing at the same time.
all of them
it made me think deeper.
thank you jared
It would have been great if there had been actual content in this book instead of the constant endorsements by former students.
The book is not a total waste, but it does not bring anything new to the table. The constant client endorsements made it more of and advertisement for his services instead of a book that could stand on its own.
Absolutely. A must have for any poker player. The learning concepts introduced in this book gave me a major breakthrough in my poker career.
processes that can help in other areas as well.
big accent on the important stuff
Great for your poker collection. Jared brings a unique approach and view to the mental aspect of the game that many other poker psychology writers have not. He helps you by figuring out how to solve your underlying problems as opposed to just telling you to repeat mantras and ignore/suppress your feelings while you play. Following this advice will improve your mental game and even your strategic game. It provides a foundation for creating a road map that allows you to see where your play as been and helps you plan on where you want your play to go.