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Ciaffone's Improve Your Poker Review
In Improve Your Poker , Bob Ciaffone has assembled many of the columns he has written over the years and added some new ideas and clarifications to comprise this collection of essays. The first section covers what Ciaffone calls "General Concepts".

It is important for a hold’em player to recognize raise-or-fold situations. Ciaffone then moves on to cover specifics from particular games, including Texas Hold'em, Stud, High-Low Split, and one essay concerning Omaha. The most important factor in no-limit that determines how you play a hand (other than the strength of the hand) is how deep your money is. Poker Winners Are Different by Alan Schoonmaker examines this conundrum. One of the more respected writers of this generation, Ciaffone's material, now compiled under one cover, has previously appeared in a variety of publications.

There isn't a clear path by which people become professional poker players. While I don't think these sections are quite as consistently strong as the first half of the book, there is still a great deal of excellent information here, especially because Ciaffone lets us inside his head as he describes his thought processes during big bet poker situations. I called the river when a jack came and was shown J-10 offsuit. A reraise looks right to me, even though this time he both ran into the nuts and failed to hit one of his 10 outs at the river.

The Poker Coach - Bob Ciaffone
Improve Your Poker. by Bob Ciaffone. One of the more respected writers of this generation, Ciaffone's material, now compiled under one cover, has previously appeared in a variety of publications.

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  • Improve Your Poker by Bob Ciaffone — Reviews, Discussion...
    Improve Your Poker. by Bob Ciaffone. Improve Your Poker 3.44 of 5 stars 3.44 · rating details. · 25 ratings · 1 review. This poker book is a collection of articles about the various skills needed for playing good poker.
    Improve Your Poker, Bob Ciaffone

    If you plan to play in casinos, ensure that you are not breaking any local laws. Since the opponent has position, he may just check on the end if you go into a shell, likely costing you two big bets. Did I give too much action on the turn or was my reasoning justified? (A-K, A-Q, A I think the odds strongly favor you having the best hand.

    Lately, I have been taking on more new students who play online than face-to-face. The road to becoming a poker pro is inevitably difficult, circuitous, and filled with setbacks. Beating the games populated is widely regarded as one of the best gambling book reviewers publishing today.

    It is filled with a large amount of nuts-and-bolts suggestions that, with a significant amount of thought and reflection, the reader should be able to apply to their game, although it assumes that the reader is already a fairly seasoned player and that they plan to devote some time to applying its principles. My nickname of “The Coach” was given to me more than 30 years ago when I was coaching a bridge team, the Detroit Bullets. Here, he helps sharpen the skills of beginners and experienced players in ten different areas, including general concepts like beating a loose game, and tight/loose play. A pair normally prefers only one opponent if it is the best hand going in (but many opponents if it is not).

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