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Phil Gordon's Little Gold Book电子书

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作       者:Gordon, Phil

出  版  社:Gallery Books

出版时间:2011-10-11

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Since reigning poker expert Phil Gordon’s Little Green Book illuminated the strategies and philosophies necessary to win at No Limit Texas Hold’em, poker has changed quickly and dramatically. Today, Pot Limit Omaha is the game of choice at nosebleed stakes. The players are aggressive, the games are volatile, the decisions are tough, and the pressure is relentless. This is Poker 2.0. In his Little Gold Book, Phil Gordon reexamines the game from the ground up. The key to competing with today’s top players is finding the post-flop edge, but to really understand this new playing style, you need to get comfortable with the underlying math. Don’t be intimidated. Gordon makes this challenging material as approachable and simple as possible. Beginning with the foundations of Poker 2.0, he unpacks the modern poker player’s tool kit, rigorously examines the new lines of play in No Limit Hold’em, dissects the fast and furious strategies of Pot Limit Omaha, and explores the winning poker mind-set that will take your game to an entirely different level. The golden age of poker is upon us. Phil Gordon’s Little Gold Book will shorten your learning curve, and if you’re willing to put in the time and the work, big bankrolls await.
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Cover

Description

Back Cover

Title Page

Copyright Page

Dedication

Contents

Introduction

Chapter 1: Jargon

Chapter 2: Foundations of Poker 2.0

Range

Standard Range Notation

Standard Position Notation

Fundamental Mathematics

Range Combinatorics

Range Combinatorics After Card Removal

Expected Value

Combined Probabilities

Utility

Exploitable, Unexploitable, Exploitative

Balance

Balance in Game Theory

Balance in Practice

Chapter 3: Poker 2.0 Toolkit

Heads Up Displays (HUDs)

HUD Stats

Pitfalls of a HUD

HUD Options

HUDs for Live Players

Range and Simulation

ProPokerTools.com

Chapter 4: No Limit Hold’em 2.0

Pre-Flop Ranges Table

Range vs. Range

Pre-Flop Play

Pre-Flop Fundamentals

New Steal Positions

Beware of the Short Stacks

Calling a Pre-Flop Raise

Three-Betting

Three-Bet Defense

Top 40% Rule

Giving Up

Cold Four-Bets

Five-Betting

Six-Betting

Squeezes—Fish and Chip Sandwich Revisited

Reverse Squeezes

Effect of Folded Hands on BB Hand Quality

Gordon’s A-X Rule

Gordon’s Pair Principle

Flop Play

Post-Flop Questions

Post-Flop Range Analysis

Opponent Analysis

Make a Plan

Continuation-Bets

Check-Raising

Checking Back

Responding to a Continuation-Bet

Donk Betting

Turn Play

Ranges Narrow

Turn Bets

Turn Questions

Parched Boards

High and Dry Boards

Wet Boards, Boards with Draws

Paired Turns

River Play

Calling a River Bet

Empty the Clip

Chapter 5: Pot Limit Omaha 1.0

PLO Basics

Combinatorial Explosion

Pre-Flop Hand Rankings

The Excellent

The Good

The Mediocre

The Ugly

The Worst

Pre-Flop Play

Pre-Flop Fundamentals

Equities Are Very Close

Very Little Stealing

Heads Up vs. Multi-Way Hands

Importance of Position

Thoughts on AAXX

Thoughts on KKXX

Thoughts on QQXX, JJXX, TTXX, 99XX

Thoughts on Rundowns

Thoughts on Mediocre, Unpaired Hands

Thoughts on Trash Hands

Three-Betting

Three-Bet Defense

Cold Calling a Three-Bet

Squeezes

Reverse Squeezes

Tournament Play Pre-Flop

Flop Play

Visualize the Turn

Behind with the Nuts

Folding the Nuts

Wraps and Straight Draws

Continuation-Bets

Checking Back

Trapping

Check-Raising

Floating

Donk Betting

The Power of the Naked Ace

Small Sets

Big Stacks

Locked-Down Boards

Turn Play

13 Outs, Turn Equilibrium

Keep Range Uncapped

Nuts, Still Behind

Ace-High Boards

Barreling Away

River Play

Check-Raise More

Induce Bluffs

Polarized Ranges

Small Bets

Hero Folds

Bankroll Requirements

Chapter 6: Meta-Game Considerations

Polarized Game Types

Leveling

Game Selection

Big Pot vs. Small Pot Poker

Big Pot Poker

Small Pot Poker

Taking a Shot at Higher Stakes

Zero to Hero—Building a Bankroll Online

Chapter 7: The Whiz Kids

Phil “OMGClayAiken” Galfond

Pot Limit Omaha Cash Games

Learning PLO from Phil Galfond

Get More Phil Galfond

Annette “annette15” Obrestad

Playing Lessons with Annette

Dan “jungleman12” Cates

Make More Money

Heads Up

Playing Lesson

Chapter 8: Hand Examples

No Limit Hold’em Cash Games

Realizing Equity

Barreling Away

Floating to the River

Crippling the Flop

Leveling and Inducing Bluffs

Getting Value Against a Tight-Passive Player

Trapping a LAGtard

Barreling with Improved Equity

Giving a LAGtard Perceived Fold Equity

Whaling

Defending Against a Smart LAG

Three-Betting Thinly for Value

Adjusting Ranges and Exploiting Regulars

Triple-Barrel Bluffing a Calling Station

Getting Leveled

Ranging Donk Bets

PLO Hands

Aces on a Dry Flop

Making Good Folds

Folding Top Two!

Bluffing with Blockers

Locked-Down Board in a Multi-Way Pot

Deep-Stack PLO

Chapter 9: Final Thoughts

Acknowledgments

Phil’s Other Works

Footnotes

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