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Old 08-25-2020, 10:26 PM   #21
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Join Date: Nov 2016
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Since you are both in this thread, I will ask a few questions.

I've heard reviews and read reviews about POP, notably how it compares to modern poker theory by Acevedo. Everything I've read about POP is good, but I want to ask the author about the level of difficulty in his books and whether my understanding and knowledge of poker is at the level required for me to properly understand everything he covers.

I'm a hobbyist micro stakes grinder, and I use a solver to study and understand poker. I have some limited academic background in statistics and therefore understand most basic poker concepts, but my mathematical knowledge is capped around more complicated algebra and towards calculus. Hopefully Brokos can give me some insight on whether he thinks the first book would be too complicated for me at this point. I had started reading mathematics of poker, but haven't continued much as I've instead focused want actually studying more practical poker theory, and I think hopefully maybe his book will bridge both of these for me.

Is it possible that he would offer a discount to people buying both POP and POP2 when it is published?

Mason I have greatly appreciated your in-depth reviews of various poker books since I started playing poker seriously.

I was able to get my first actual poker books through the 2+2 book deal, but I see that it is now suspended. Can you give me any insight on this, and specifically if it were to become on suspended would I be able to make another account at another site to earn more 2+2 books?
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