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Current best books/learning formats? Current best books/learning formats?

04-18-2021 , 02:52 PM
I consider myself an intermediate to advanced player. I would like to continue my trajectory upward but it seems every book I read or website I peruse are, for lack of a better way to say it, too rudimentary.

What are some of the most advanced books and training platforms currently available? I need to work on the math side of things a bit more and am particularly interested in MTT strat.
04-18-2021 , 03:12 PM
Michael Acevedo's Modern Poker Theory is a great place to start for a more mathematical/GTO approach.
04-18-2021 , 04:13 PM
I think I have that book somewhere but haven’t cracked it open yet. I also have Play Optimal Poker by Andrew Brokos but I’m on the fence with that one.
04-19-2021 , 09:37 AM
I just purchased Jonathan Littles book "Excelling at Tough No-Limit Games" It was about $30 on Amazon. 400+ pages and many authors.

Just got it, so no review yet. Will advise soon.
04-22-2021 , 06:00 AM
Try implement/understand what RIO elite coaches are telling you? Avocado book was all over the place so i did not bother to read tho Brokos vol 1 n 2 are easy and good reads for sure (tho its very basic if you want to become big baller). Work with solver and find your exploits? Its not slike 2010 where you read a book and crush LOL.
04-23-2021 , 03:42 PM
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Originally Posted by TakeItiletyou Current best books/learning formats?
Try implement/understand what RIO elite coaches are telling you? Avocado book was all over the place so i did not bother to read tho Brokos vol 1 n 2 are easy and good reads for sure (tho its very basic if you want to become big baller). Work with solver and find your exploits? Its not slike 2010 where you read a book and crush LOL.
Iím not sure why you struggle learning from books but I still find them beneficial along with other methods.
04-28-2021 , 09:11 PM
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Originally Posted by Moon Pie Current best books/learning formats?
Michael Acevedo's Modern Poker Theory is a great place to start for a more mathematical/GTO approach.
Turns out I didn’t have this book so I bought it and I’m currently reading it. It’s exactly what I was looking for so thanks for the recommendation!

      
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