The mental game may be more important in poker than in any other form of competition. It's one of the only games in the world where you can play perfectly and lose - again and again. Hundreds of poker players have turned to mental game coach Jared Tendler's revolutionary approach to help them play their best, no matter how badly they're running. In this audiobook you'll find simple, step-by-step instructions and proven techniques to permanently fix problems such as tilt, handling variance, emotional control, confidence, fear, and motivation. With the games getting tougher, now is the time to take these problems head on.
©2011 Jared Tendler, LLC (P)2012 Jared Tendler, LLC
Definately recommend to all; even non-poker players. Great science-based insights for everyone who wants to be better at any activity and improve oneself at setting and accomplishing goals.
Jared's book and methods are to the mental side of poker what Doyle's Super Systew is to the strategy side of poker.
Cadence was well metered but the alternate voice sounded mechanical and contrived. Should have used actual players or someone else's voice.
No. Too much info for 1 sitting.
Yes, it touches on very important aspects of the game that otherwise go ignored by the average player.
The way Jared teaches you to recognize and correct habits you may have to improve your game.
No, but I will be looking for other books after I get done listening to this one and repeat listening it a couple more times.
Absolutely. It's not necessarily a complex set of instructions but definitely something to review and gauge your progress.
The performance of the book was a little rough. Not the best recording and Jared doesn't seem all that comfortable behind the Mic. That may be beneficial to the reader as it sounds like you're listening to a doctor talk to you.
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.
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.
yes, good content. Something I would never think of when working on my poker skills
Narrator spoke in monotone and very quickly at times, not leaving enough time to digest the concepts he's talking about. Have to repeat over and over
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
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
"The Ultimate Guide to the Mental Game"
Quite simply, Jared Tendler is the best coach for the mental game. He is to poker as Bob Rotella is to golf.
Its probably one of the most important aspects to master in poker, as it will affect your play no matter what your skill level. And having a solid mental game will get you on the right track if you are still learning.
"Best book for poker players."
Although I will repeat what others said before, this book is really the ultimate book when it comes to handling your mind when playing poker (and not just for that).
This book will teach you so many different things that can be applied in anything you wish to get good at.
Definitely recommend it to anyone
"Will prepare you to play correctly."
Lots to think about here but this provides some v common scenarios and traps
That players fall into. The book can help prevent you falling into these traps.
"Good listen really helped"
This is a great way to learn poker from a different angle - can't wait to try it the next time I play
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