• Waiting for Straighters: A Preflop Experiment for No-limit Holdem and Pot-limit Omaha

  • By: Tommy Angelo
  • Narrated by: Tommy Angelo
  • Length: 1 hr and 12 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 10-18-18
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Tommy Angelo
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (7 ratings)

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Waiting for Straighters is about folding before the flop at no-limit holdem and pot-limit Omaha. It merges deep geek strategy with the painlessness objective.

©2018 Tommy Angelo (P)2018 Tommy Angelo

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Clear, inventive poker strategy I used at once.

Tommy Angelo brings a remarkable clarity to a complex game. I’ve read two of his books, and was happy to discover this article. His analysis helped to transform my game and I was able to change up my approach immediately. We think all of poker has been dissected and revealed. For me, it certainly hasn't. Tommy gave me ideas about preflop play I wouldn't have considered. And he ditched the dense math-chat which I sometimes struggle with, found in a lot of poker content today. I've studied other poker writers who make suitedness one of the highest values for our starting hands. Here, Tommy deepened my thinking about connected cards, suited or not. I now love getting comfortable playing "straighters," especially in position. This writing is simple, elegant, just right. Recommended.

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only beneficial if you are brand new to poker.

if you are new to poker or a complete maniac , this book will help but free articles on the internet will give the same information for free.

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