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Old May 02, 2005, 12:25pm   #11
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HPFAP is targeted specifically at mid-limit games.

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David Sklansky,The theory of poker is a great book in my opinion
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What do mean why did I call your raise with my 8 3. It was suited.....DUH
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As it got an honourable mention, is Hold Em for Advanced Players any use for NL cash games?
Are there even any books out there that focus on small stakes NL ?
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Are there even any books out there that focus on small stakes NL ?
There's some good stuff in Pot Limit and No Limit Poker by Reuben and Ciaffone, if you can get past the dense layout and 7 card stud examples.
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Fianlly got them.I'll spend 40 hours studying WLLH and then test drive the results for 40 hours and post the results;but the Hilger book does look better.Both are well written(aka easy to read).
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The lee Jones book is excellent and has next to no hand examples making it easy for beginners to study.It has fairly large medium size type and should be readable by those with moderately bad vision.

Here are his summaries of how to play hands.
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EARLY POSITION

RAISE: AA-JJ(sometimes TT).AKs-KQs,AQs,AJs,AK and AQ.Always re-raise with AA-JJ.

CALL: TT-77,KJs,QJs-JTs,ATs,A9s KQ From page 41
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MIDDLE POSITION (three or fewer callers)

RAISE:AA-88,AKs-QJs,AQs-KJs,AJs,ATs,AK,KQ,AQ,AJ,AT

CALL: 77-55,JTs-98s,QTs-J9s,AXs,KXs(to K8s)


MIDDLE POSITION (four or more callers in front)

RAISE:same as above

CALL: add 44-22,87s-76s,T*s,K7s

A RAISE IN FRONT

RAISE: AA-JJ,AKs,AQs,AK,AQ

CALL:TT-99,KQs-QJs,KJs,AJs.If a few players are already in,88-77,ATs.

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LATE POSITION (four or fewer callers in front).

RAISE:AA-88,AKs-QJs,AQs-KJs,AJs,ATs,A9s,A8s,AK-KQ,AQ,AJ,AT,A9.

CALL: 77-55,JTs-54s,QTs-75s,AXs,KXs,QJ,JT,KJ-QT,KT.


FIVE OR MORE CALLERS IN FRONT

RAISE: same as above

CALL: as above plus 44-22,64s-53s,QXs

A RAISE IN FRONT

RAISE: AA-JJ,AKs,AQs,AK,AQ

CALL: TT-99,KQs-QJs,KJs,AJs
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ALL taken from Lee Jones,Winning low limit hold'em(second edition).

I can see why you recommended WLLH-it's so easy to study and use;but I think you guys are under rating Matthew Hilger.
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