Advanced Concepts in No-Limit Hold'em: A modern approach to poker analysis

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 No Limit Hold’em is an extremely complex game that is difficult to learn and even more difficult to teach. Many authors have produced works on this topic which are either too simplistic or far too complex to be of any practical use. Hunter Cichy has a unique ability to present advanced concepts in a manner that any committed student can understand and implement.

In this cutting-edge work, Hunter outlines a straightforward, no-nonsense approach to poker analysis. His philosophy is built around the five key elements of poker theory

pot oddsimplied oddspot equityfold equityminimum defense frequency.

Hunter examines each of these topics in depth and explains how they interact. By combining optimal opening ranges with clear explanations of math and game theory, Hunter presents a powerful strategy that is easy to implement and difficult to exploit.

A careful study of the approach outlined in Advanced Concepts in No Limit Hold‘em will undoubtedly take your game to a higher level.

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About the author

Hunter Cichy attended Century College in White Bear Lake, MN and graduated with an AAS in Paramedic Technology. By the time finished his degree he was playing the largest cash games in the Midwest. Instead of pursuing a career in health care, he chose to move to South Florida to play bigger cash games and MTT’s. 

Since the move, Hunter has launched a one-on-one coaching program through checkshovepoker.com. He frequently posts free training videos on his Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkG6tDT6kSst8WW4J2PXl_Q You can follow along at https://www.facebook.com/checkshovepoker and https://twitter.com/checkshover

When he’s not coaching and playing big cash games, Hunter travels to major MTT stops in Atlantic City, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Montreal, Panama, and the Dominican Republic. He’s also a big proponent of investing in stocks, bonds, and real estate to generate passive income. 

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D&B Publishing
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Published on
Jun 6, 2017
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Pages
272
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ISBN
9781909457706
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Language
English
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Genres
Games & Activities / Card Games / Poker
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