How to Study Poker is the first of its kind: a poker book that teaches you how to work out poker strategies for yourself on and off the felt.
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It's intended for No Limit Hold'em players, both live and online, who want to improve their poker game and are willing to put in the time necessary to learn the skills that will propel them through poker's ranks.
If you're tired of passively learning poker from videos, reading books and articles, listening to podcasts, and attending webinars, then the 27 Action Steps contained within are just what you've been waiting for. Simply wanting to improve and doing the bare minimum of study just isn't enough. You must set a goal for your poker journey; you need to have a plan to develop the skills that will get you there, and you need to systematically work on building these skills one at a time. This style of purposeful practice is what you've been looking for.
Also contained within are over 25 different study methods:
Many off-the-felt methods of study are covered, like hand history reviews with PokerTracker 4 and Flopzilla, daily studies, journaling, study groups, mind maps, flash cards, and better learning from poker content.
On-the-felt study methods like FOCUS sessions, volume sessions, warm-up and cool-downs, as well as the single most beneficial yet underutilized technique available to you: Poker Game Tape
How to Study Poker gives you the study techniques you need to up your skills to compete in today's games.