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  24-Apr-10, 07:47   #1
6 max - quite interesting reading! +1 
paulparadiis 

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If anybody wants to improve their shorthanded play, then it's quite good reading.
I don't play much cash games myself, but i'm gonna start soon, so i try to improve my game at the moment.
Hope it helps somebody Smile

http://www.gamblingsystem.biz/books/2p2NL6max.pdf

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  24-Apr-10, 13:26   #2
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xxxbchxxx 

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Yeah i play short and have had a quick look through this book and it seems a good read.
Hasnt teached me anything yet but i'll get to the end and let you know.... Thumbs Up
Thanks for sharing Blink

     
  24-Apr-10, 14:01   #3
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SCDossett 
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i got a fair way through but i find that with most poker reading i dont get huge amounts out of it.

Above the bare basics like pot odds and counting outs i find the best way to learn poker is to play it.

Its part of what i like so much about the full tilt poker academy. It forces you to put into practice all its lessons. It has made me suprised by just how well i do floating players when i have position.

If i call there flop bet then they check the turn i would say my bet takes the pot down about 80% of the time. I never realised how profitable floating could be. And it has such less risk than straight raising on the flop on a bluff.

     
  24-Apr-10, 14:32   #4
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magatt966 

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Posted by paulparadiis:
If anybody wants to improve their shorthanded play, then it's quite good reading.
I don't play much cash games myself, but i'm gonna start soon, so i try to improve my game at the moment.
Hope it helps somebody Smile

http://www.gamblingsystem.biz/books/2p2NL6max.pdf

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lately I was considering start playing 6max tables so your thread is very useful to me Thumbs Up Thumbs Up

I don't play much cash game and when I do is 10 handed (where I use to play a bit tight) but lately I aim to have some more action con cash tables but I have to adjust my style for 6-handed.
I will have a read this weekend
ty paul

     
  24-Apr-10, 15:51   #5
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911insidejob 

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thanks for the post I don't play well at short handed cash tables or cash tables at all Aww crap! I will for sure have to read...thanks

     
  24-Apr-10, 16:55   #6
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DaMessiah666 

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Quite interesting. In any case, playing short-handed u should change your game depending on opponents, table behaviour ... If you act always in the same way is very easy to be read

     
  24-Apr-10, 17:36   #7
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Chartoule 
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Hi paulparadiis.

Info is always great, thank you for post it.

I´m not interesting in change FR for SH at this moment, maybe in future.

Bye!!

     
  24-Apr-10, 17:59   #8
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paulparadiis 

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Thank you guys for the positive comments Smile

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  24-Apr-10, 21:58   #9
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teteban 
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I'll get around to read it once I'm done with a few things I have to do.
The thing is, I have a love-hate relationship with 6-max. I love the action they draw, but I find I cannot handle the bigger swings so well/.. Sad

     
  24-Apr-10, 22:12   #10
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Hajinnho 

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Posted by paulparadiis:
If anybody wants to improve their shorthanded play, then it's quite good reading.
I don't play much cash games myself, but i'm gonna start soon, so i try to improve my game at the moment.
Hope it helps somebody Smile

http://www.gamblingsystem.biz/books/2p2NL6max.pdf

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of course wanna improve shorthanded... but also wanna improve HU, Full Ring, Pre Flop, Post Flop.... if i buy a book everytime it gets really expensive^^

     
  25-Apr-10, 00:33   #11
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jevo 

Joined: Oct '08
Location: United Kingdom
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^ It's a free book LDO!!!

I read this a while back now, it's essential reading for 6 max players. Anyone that says they didn't learn anything from it on this forum is fos.


     
  25-Apr-10, 08:02   #12
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Fackinas 
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Location: Lithuania
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Posts: 1180
Posted by paulparadiis:
If anybody wants to improve their shorthanded play, then it's quite good reading.
I don't play much cash games myself, but i'm gonna start soon, so i try to improve my game at the moment.
Hope it helps somebody Smile

http://www.gamblingsystem.biz/books/2p2NL6max.pdf

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  25-Apr-10, 10:25   #13
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moerpho 

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Thnx for the link, paulparadiis! 6-max has always been a big problem for me - this helps alot Smile

     
  25-Apr-10, 10:26   #14
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DAGOR 

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Location: France
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Hello everybody!
Thank you very much dude. This is exactly the kind of table that I play. So I will read it with great interest.
See you soon for new posts lol! Big Smile Big Smile Cool Blink

     
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