Yes, because it offers real, honest, helpful information.
I liked this far more than The Mental Game of Poker (1&2). My mind would drift off in those books, while Haseeb's information and presentation kept me engaged.
I really like the tone and sincerity his reading added to the book.
Much of what I learned is that my own attitudes regarding poker and my life in general are very healthy and will allow me to enjoy the game far more than others. I also thought of many poker strategies in different ways that helped me to better understand them.
If you're like me and are tired of books that stress formulas, calculations or theories on pre-flop and post-flop play under every possible combination of cards, you will love this book. I found those types of books mind-numbing and pointless at all stages of my poker development.
Haseeb even explains why it doesn't help your game much to read those math/theory books.In addition to reading poker books, I have also read several books on psychology and brain function, and I feel Haseeb really did his homework before writing this book.
The author also possesses a sincere honesty that I've never heard from ANY other poker book authors. You'll have to read the book to know exactly what I mean, but you'll agree with me once you've read this book.
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