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Kill Everyone is one of the most widely acclaimed poker books ever published. The second edition of Kill Everyone has added hand illustrations Em Poker Tournaments and Sit-N-Gos. by Lee Nelson Author · Tysen Streib Author. ebook . Editorial Reviews. Review. Kill Phil was a breakthrough book and everyone with an interest in Kindle Store · Kindle eBooks · Humor & Entertainment. Leggi «Trading with a Kill Everyone Mindset» di Zordi Cobre disponibile su Rakuten Kobo. Iscriviti oggi e ricevi uno sconto di 5 € sul tuo primo acquisto. Traders.
There is absolutely nothing wrong with it — Suzy is a bad-ass, smart yet impetuous woman who suits her moniker. An interesting pair of villains. A plot that made sense. Some fun action scenes. Some moments of real tension. Some humour. This book is a very well-done, exciting novel.
There is absolutely nothing wrong with it — Suzy is a bad-ass, smart yet impetuous woman who suits her moniker. An interesting pair of villains. A plot that made sense.
Some fun action scenes. Some moments of real tension. Some humour. This book is a very well-done, exciting novel. Maybe I was just tired? Suzy Spitfire in the novel by Joe Canzano lives up to her name. While the name of the novel is Suzy Spitfire Kills Everybody, she is not some crazy serial killer as the title would imply. Suzy first got in trouble with the law when she killed her uncle.
From there Suzy was on the run. It is years later, her father is dead, and her best friend from her childhood returns to tell her that her father was i Spitfire is defined as a person with a temper, usually one that they have trouble controlling.
It is years later, her father is dead, and her best friend from her childhood returns to tell her that her father was in fact murdered. The person responsible, a corrupt government agent, named Blurr. The only problem, the only person left that knows where this research is hidden is Suzy. In her efforts to escape Blurr, Suzy meets Ricardo and Maria, a brother and sister that become her allies and friends that help her escape into space. The character of Suzy is highly complex.
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Raiser's Edge, The: Power Hold'em Strategy Kindle Edition. Daniel Negreanu. Every Hand Revealed Kindle Edition. Gus Hansen. Kill Phil: Editorial Reviews Review Kill Phil was a breakthrough book and everyone with an interest in tournament no-limit hold 'em ought to read it. Kill Everyone is as about as revolutionary as its predecessor, and at its best, perhaps even more so. There is great information in this book, and it deserves to be read.
Read this book before everyone else does and poker tournaments get a lot tougher. Kill Everyone took the poker world by storm when it was first released in Its perfect blend of real-time experience, poker math, and computational horsepower created new concepts and advanced strategies never before seen in print for multi-table tournaments, Sit-n-Gos and satellites.
In this revised and expanded second edition, Kill Everyone adds even more ammunition to a tournament poker player's arsenal. In addition to groundbreaking analysis of fear-and-fold equity and equilibrium, plus the presentation of optimal strategies for the bubble, the end-game, and heads-up play, this second edition adds 50 pages of incisive commentary from the hottest tournament poker player in the world, Bertrand 'Elky' Grospellier, and a new chapter on short-stack cash games to go with the original discussion of playing in short-handed cash games.
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Please try again later. Kindle Edition Verified download. This is one of the best books I've found for playing multi-table tournaments. I learned the game with Harrington's books on NLHE, but this is the one I needed to starting winning against today's hyper-aggressive player. A lot of the nuggets you get from this you will have to distill from the number of example hands provided, but it fills a big void for today's MTT play.
Should be on the shelf of any serious player. Mine is already full of highlights and book marks. Paperback Verified download. All I can say is that after only a month of having this book as my main reference, some real time experience in home games and my willingness to improve my game evolved from old school to a more aggressive style and I was able to win a small stakes Hold'em tournament.
This is a sequel to a very popular book titled Kill Phil. I hadn't read it when I decided to give this one a try but it didn't really matter. Although the ideas and mathematical explanations are geared towards intermediate and advanced players I was able to pick up on very useful basic concept and worked my way through more complex strategies. The chapters are well structured with tables, charts and graphs that explain the logic for every decision making aspect be it pre-flop or post-flop.
There are additional chapters to tailor the game for Sit N Go tournaments and internet play that has become so popular these days. You have to take your time to understand the situations presented in each chapter and how to deal with different tournament structures, table positions and situations far from the money, the bubble, short handed, heads up.
But by the time you finish reading and understanding theses concepts you'll have a great set of tools to develop your game sit at a poker table and be very competitive. I am now reading the first book to get a better understanding of the foundation Kill Everyone is based on - Kill Phil. It seems the latter is focused on pre-flop strategy, All-In moves and calculating pot odds to make big decisions.
This book is a great insight into the modern poker game.
The author Lee Nelson and his team have put together a truly remarkable work that even seasoned players can benefit from. The commentary from Betrand Grospellier isn't simply a bunch of "I agree" he actually does disagree with Nelson on some points and always provides details on why he either agrees or disagrees.
This book will show you how and more importantly WHEN to up your aggression, widen your hand range, or even lighten up. More geared towards tournament players, even cash gamers can benefit from the knowledge. While the book shows you loose-aggressive play, even players uncomfortable with this style should still read this book to gain insight into how OTHERS are playing. There is also a section towards the end on conditioning and fitness who woulda thought you needed to be fit to sit on your butt all day for long tourneys some events last for days playing hours a day.
Diet and exercise are important for long term mental function and the author lays out a basic guideline to get you started. All in all, definitely worth it to read, you'll make your money back on it. If you play freeze-out tournaments Anything else played today?
An understanding of the concepts and examples presented will give any player a better foundation from which to make decisions - and from which to approach the optimum decision at critical points. The discussion of play on the bubble is alone worth much more than the price of the book.
For example the authors present analysis of how often you should push as a function of your bubble factor ratio of equity loss from losing to equity gain from winning the confrontation and your opponent's calling frequency.
Most players know intuitively that you should push more frequently when a your bubble factor is greater and b your opponent is more likely to call. But a chart showing the results of the calculations gives insight that can't be gotten otherwise. One short section attacks the myth that the big stack should call liberally to knock out small stacks.
That discussion alone can make the difference between just finishing in the money and making a big win.
If you have ever called or raised a bit loosely to knock out small stacks only to find that you've doubled up one or more and made them into real competition while crippling yourself then this section is must reading. I could continue with examples, but the book is only pages - probably shorter than my examples would be. I do have a single criticism.