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Expert Heads Up No-Limit Hold ’em, Vol 1. 8. Poker is a tough game. If you discern a few leaks in your game and want to fix them in five minutes, you’ll have to. Detailed summary of Collin Moshman’s book, Heads-Up No-Limit Hold’em. Includes review, and information on how to receive this book for free. Anyone know Moshman’s credentials as a HU player? what stakes has he i don’t think anyone can “utterly destroy” a world class heads up.

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Heads-Up No-Limit Hold’em Book – Collin Moshman

Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Find More Posts by redCashion. The time now is See my staking thread.

Does an excellent job of discussing the issues involved when playing heads up whether a heads up match, the heads up portion a the end of a tournament, or other heads up situations like blind versus blind. The more they play, the more headss need.

Looking forward to the book.

Find More Posts by JustClever. So surely if he didn’t have the know how before these discussions he would have gained something from them to extract and print into a book for us lot to understand. When he calls, you lead out on any flop for a one-half to two-thirds pot bet.


Stephan Lamoureux rated it it was amazing Nov 27, There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Originally Posted by stackingboxes Anyone read the book? This is my bible I constantly read and reread chapters. Sam Schimek rated it liked it Feb 10, Biblofilter rated it liked it Jun 12, But when he calls, the pair moshan often be a slight favorite.

The book then concludes with appendicies containing information about preflop hand probabilities, drawing odds, and starting hand rankings. Csomay rated it really liked it Sep 15, Attack button limps, bluff multiple streets, and play aggressively 5.

Find Threads Started by quiquiriqui. Play and exploit each of the most common playing styles, 3. Originally Posted by Pog0 I thought it comes out Sept Another variation on three-betting is the three-overbet. How can you possibly give this a final reading date Taras Petruk rated it liked it Dec 07, Exploit your opponents tendencies and perceptions through metagame mastery, and 7.

Send a private message to stackingboxes. Send a private message to plowking One also finds in this part more particular issues being addressed, such as the “hit-to-win” approach one sometimes finds taken by the tight-passive player.

Iago rated it really liked it Dec 28, Your opponent plays a solid tight-aggressive style, raising about 50 percent of his hands preflop, and you have been inactive facing button raises. Find Threads Started by filthyvermin.

Heads-Up No-Limit Hold ’em

Now let us modify each of the criteria and consider their effects on our decision. Originally Posted by stackingboxes. Expert Advice for Winning Heads-Up Poker MatchesMoshman clearly outlines a comprehensive strategy for heads-up NLHE, providing numerous tips and advice of use in both cash games and tournaments, as well as for live and online play.


I am talking about anyone in the top 0. Find More Posts by stackingboxes. Originally Posted by ChicagoRy.

Poker Book Review: Collin Moshman’s ‘Heads-Up No-Limit Hold’em’

Viktor Nordling rated it really liked it Jun 14, Haven’t read it yet. And finally, remember that the small three-bet is an advanced play to be used sparingly against players who are both aggressive and perceptive. This play is a way to be the one showing the greatest strength preflop, and therefore the natural one to take it down after the flop, without committing a lot of chips. Blekknajt rated it really liked it Oct 23, Think I will go back and give it 1 Star to help keep it out of the hands of dangerous people.

Or use your PokerNews account: Thus might one argue that Heads-Up No-Limit Hold’em warrants a place on any serious poker player’s bookshelf, including the bookshelves of those players who do not fancy themselves heads-up specialists.