I don't regrett reading the book, but I had hoped for better. The content is often repetitive and the quality of the content is average. The book could do with less client stories with praise for the author and could have focussed more on the key elements. also, some action plans or strategies would have been good. Again, it was not bad, but I hope the sequel is better.
This is a practical book for all those looking to better understand Tilt. If you want to learn about tilt and how to recognize and manage it, it is a must read
Listen.you kidding is not audio for this book.get zgrip
Good and clear improve my game and chances of wini g
Well written good teacher
record it with much better quality
less lists and more dialog. Lists do not translate well to audio books.
Book contains valuable material, but does not make a good audio book.
It's my favorite book on poker psychology. My background is in psychology and I have a graduate degree in it. That doesn't make me immune to my own mental game flaws and. Jared is well qualified to teach on the matter. He presents some very common mental leaks in an easy to understand way and provides practical feedback on addressing the leaks.
The whole book is helpful. The leaks Jared covers are so common you're bound to identify with at least one. It's like having coaching sessions with him to read this,
He's good at this. The material is great and he reads it well for a non-professional reader.
Yes. After the overview I couldn't wait to get to the chapters that were specific to my own mental game weaknesses.
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