Imagine how dominant you would be if you consistently played poker in the zone. You make all the right decisions, know instinctively when to bluff, and are unfazed by a losing hand. You're locked in and feel unbeatable.
It's shocking how many poker players stumble into this elusive state of mind. As quickly as that euphoric feeling of invincibility arrives, it's gone. And no matter how hard they try, they can't get it back. Until now.
In The Mental Game of Poker 2, author and renowned poker mental game coach Jared Tendler breaks down the zone and delivers actionable steps to help players get there consistently. He demystifies the zone, and for the first time, brings logic and order to this previously misunderstood concept. Above all, Tendler's straightforward, client-tested approach will have you playing at higher levels than you ever thought possible.
This book provides proven strategies to:
Poker is constantly evolving and is as cutthroat as ever. Whether you're at the top of the game or just starting out, you should be looking for new and better ways to keep up and outpace your opponents. The Mental Game of Poker 2 arms you with the tools to thrive in today's increasingly competitive environment.
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Makes you think
A variety of chapters to think through the game
Easy listening with minimal jargon.
No; over several sessions
"Best mental coaching poker book bar none"
This book isn't just about affirmations and focusing on doing well at the table. Tendler manages to drill deep into the questions you've always had with your game. The adult learning model is just one of the mental framework models that keeps you thinking and analysing way after the book is finished. Would definitely read again to refresh and re assess.
Mental framework models. Gradual progressive analysis of your own game.
Clear and concise.
This audio book needs to be listened to in chunks. The chapters and pointers are either a sweet or acquired taste. Point being. Tendler allows the listener to consider each segment of their own game by way of association to the subject. The good, the bad and the downright ugly parts of our game.
Only recommended for people at an advanced level and wanting to take their mental game further. It's certainly made me think about my game in a much more structured way.
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