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Dynamic Full Ring Poker: A Practical Guide to Crushing $1/2 No-limit Holdem (English Edition) [Kindle Edition]

James Sweeney
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More than anything else, the hallmark of a great poker player is his ability to read hands and to adapt his play accordingly.

From Dynamic Full Ring Poker, YOU WILL LEARN:

• How to hand read better by following CardRunners coach James “SplitSuit” Sweeney’s hand reading tactics

• How to estimate your opponents’ hand ranges

• How to exploit your opponents and their likely holdings

• How to profitably c-bet, lead, raise, float, double-barrel, check-raise

• How to profile your opponent in a few seconds

• How to calculate the expected value of your play

• How to correctly 3-bet and 4-bet pre-flop

• How to interpret board textures

• How to use pot geometry and stack-to-pot ratios (SPR)

• How to run monster bluffs

• How to counter your opponents’ strategies and fleece their bankrolls

There are more than 100 advanced tactics covered, all proven to work under the Las Vegas bright lights, the New York underground games, the internet, the college dorms, the kitchen home games, and much more.

You don't need advanced math or a high IQ to crush poker. You need the right strategies and that's exactly what Dynamic Full Ring Poker delivers.

Order today and start crushing the games!

Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

James ‘SplitSuit’ Sweeney began playing poker in 2004. What started as home games and smaller tournaments soon turned into a business. From grinding live games at Turning Stone Casino, to SNGs, to PLO8 cash games, James quickly began to strengthen his poker theory and strategies. In 2007 James returned to his NLHE roots and began grinding full ring cash games. Interested in not only playing, but sharing his knowledge, he began taking on students. Over the years his coaching methedologies have only improved, and he has coached over 300 students in that time. He also began making training videos for the once Stox Poker Training, and is now on the CardRunners roster as well. Teaching has been a passion of James’, and poker was the perfect outlet given the various strategic levels the game offers. In late 2010 James finished his first book, and he plans on writing another one in 2011. While poker will always be a semi-professional avenue for him, James hopes to always be teaching at a professional level. A graduate in Marketing from Syracuse University, James coaches and offers various coaching mediums at splitsuit.com.

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1.0 von 5 Sternen Waste of money 17. August 2012
Von DonnyFFM
Format:Kindle Edition
I bought this book because it was cheap for my kindle but i am really disappointed by the content and cant understand the 5-star ratings. After reading poker books regularly i found the content interessting on the first view but while reading i was extremly disappointed how the author wants that the reader disimproves their game and starts to adapt the habbits of losing players all poker pros warn you about! The book is not analytical as it sounds and all the wrongly explained content, the bad english and the horrible tables (too small, unusefull content)lead to just to a sad one-star rating. In addition the author repeats himself in nearly every sentence which leads to an boring and time consuming reading. Poker can be so interessting!! How can these 366 pages be that boring... incredible :(

Summary: Do not buy this book and save your money--> It will make you a losing player!!!
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Waste of time 19. Oktober 2012
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First of all: who is this "Sweeney" guy, and why is he writing about poker? I've never heard of him before this book which ,considering my 6 years of online and live poker experience, got me suspiscious from the beginning.

Aside from a "hard-to-follow" writing style and plenty of spelling mistakes, the book has lots of statistics you can get basically anywhere on the internet, just google "poker probabilities" lol.

I cant understand the positive ratings by other people, because obviously the information in this book has been proven wrong years ago. He doesnt even give a real guidline on how to ajust your own style of play, but rather writes about single poker situations that dont each occur very often in a players road to success.

All-in-all nothing new and not very suprising, considering the "stuff" people have been writing about poker for a while. Stick with Doyle, Negreanu or Hanson if u really feel like reading guys!

...as always: amazon was great (ordered saturday, got it monday).
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Leider nicht in Deutsch erhältlich... 29. August 2012
Von Leseratte
Format:Taschenbuch
Leider ist dieses Buch nicht in Deutscher Sprache erhältlich und somit nur für diejenigen sinnvoll, die leidlich Englisch lesen können. Dann aber ist es ein Muss für alle (leicht) fortgeschrittenen Cashgame Spieler. Es gehört definitiv zu meinen Top-3 Cashgame Büchern und wenn ich nur eines lesen dürfte, würde ich mich wohl für dieses entscheiden.

Das Buch ist vom Ansatz her anders als die meisten anderen Bücher. Es beschreibt nicht einfach isoliert einzelne Hände und gibt dann irgendeine Empfehlung, welche meistens auf einem bestimmten Bauchgefühl beruht. Nein, Sweeney analysiert Gruppen von Situationen auf der Basis von sinnvoll abgestuften Handspektren (Ranges) und Kartenverteilungen (Distributions) und den daraus resultierenden möglichen Value-Abgleichen der eigenen Hand und der des Gegners.

Er beginnt das Buch mit dem ausgefeiltesten Preflop-Kapitel, welches ich je gelesen habe. Sehr ausführlich wird Isolieren, 3- und 4-Bets, Sqeezen immer unter Berücksichtigung der HUD-Werte (bzw. dem weitgehenden Fehlen derselben) behandelt.

Die weiteren Kapitel (ca. 2/3) des Buches sind dann dem Postflop Spiel gewidmet. Auch hier werden alle wichtigen Themen immer unter Berücksichtigung der entsprechenden Analyseschritte sehr dicht und analytisch behandelt: Polarisation, elastische/unelastische Handspektren, Showdown Value, Continuation Betting, Floating, Checkraise, 3-bet Pots (sehr ausführliches Kapitel), Postflop HUD Statistiken u.v.m.

Immer versucht Sweeney eine Denkprozess auf Basis der vorhandenen Informationen zu entwickeln.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Good content, but there are issues.... 7. September 2011
Von richard j brown - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
If you want to learn micro / small stakes full ring there isn't a better book for todays games on the market, if you understand the ideas and learn from them then you will make the purchase price back many times over. Understand and learn being the key points.....

The book is a textbook so you need to treat it as such, you need to read and digest the information a couple of times for it to sink in, sometimes James loses himself in details, to a beginner I think some of the content might go a little too in-depth and if careful attention isn't paid, then the reader will lose his focus on the basic concepts James is trying to get across.

The font size in the book is a tad small, now this might be due to the fact that there is a ton of information to digest and page number restrictions might be in effect, if this is the case then making the book two volumes (like the Harrington books) might have been a better option. Secondly, there are a lot of graphics in the book, unfortunately all of them are in grey, colour graphics would of been a lot better to illustrate the points, again, cost reduction probably the cause but I would have gladly paid twice the price for two volumes with bigger fonts and colour graphics. Compare this book to 'Exploiting Regulars' from the same publisher to see what I mean.

I disagree with the way light 4 betting is presented, at lower stakes I do not think that there is that much light 3 betting going on (maybe button/blind vs blind) but you really need to pay attention and concentrate on the wording in the book, if you are not careful you might start to spew with light 4 betting. I think this section in particular could do with a major re-write.

In fact, overall the editing could have been a lot better done, there seems to be too much stuff thrown at the reader hoping some of it sticks. I might be being a bit unfair to the author saying that, but in my opinion he has been let down with the editing and layout of the book

As I said at the beginning, the book will certainly improve your Full Ring game and I do recommend you purchase it, but before you do I suggest you read the following books, as these will help clarify and re-enforce some of the things this book is telling you, and in a far better way.

Professional No-Limit Hold 'Em (Flynn Mehta and Miller)
No Limit Hold 'Em Theory and Practice (Sklansky and Miller)
Hole Card Confessions (Owen Gaines)

Overall, excellent content but poorly presented, Worth the money as long as you put the effort in to grasp it.

Content: 4.5 stars
Layout/editing: 2 stars (being generous there)
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Fantastic for teaching exploitative play in FR live settings 8. September 2011
Von Anthony L. Macri, Jr. - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
Since Black Friday many players in the US have been making the transition to more and more live full ring NLHE play. Players accustomed to winning regularly at $1/$2 and higher levels in 6max play online are finding that FR live play is softer and generally easier. SplitSuit's book, however, can give a player transitioning to full ring live play a few more arrows in the quiver as they make the move.

Ultimately, this book is about micro and small stakes online (mostly at 100nl and below). However, live, the theories and concepts presented in the book apply all the way up to 1000nl ($5/$10). This is because when you play higher than 100nl online, you typically have to strive for balanced play, optimal play. You are mostly playing against other regulars who have a real clue about what they are doing. And so the games are more about metagame and leveling wars along with finding optimal lines. However, live poker is finding ways to exploit specific opponents. The ability to categorize opponents and then attack specific weaknesses is huge in live play, because the player pool is generally weaker, and it is much easier to find fundamental errors. In addition, balancing your play live is simply not as important (especially at the $1/$2 and $2/$5 tables) because most of your opponents simply aren't paying attention.

Dynamic Full Ring Poker gives you the tools to attack weaknesses in your opponent's play. SplitSuit offers a way to think about poker that goes beyond telling you how to think about everything, and instead changes everything about the way you think. I find myself doing a much better job planning each and every hand about how to make money given the situation - which leads me to make folds preflop that others might never make, and makes me feel empowered to raise in situations I never would have 6 months ago - because of this book. It didn't give me a roadmap or a starting hand guide, rather, it contextualized the game. I think about situations, ranges, and combinations, stack sizes, position, and how I can exploit it to try to create the most profitable line.

This book is extremely dense. Others have talked about it as a text book - and to be sure, it is. In fact, I think this could be expanded into at least two volumes - I found myself wanting to hear more of what SplitSuit had to say about certain situations, not so that I could copy his play, but because he made me think about my own. I would recommend it for players who are really ready to study and take a huge step forward in their play through the simple value of thinking about process instead of result. This is the best book on the market for understanding the easiest way to crush the local live NLHE games through exploitative play.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A book to think and get better in your poker skills overall 8. September 2011
Von Jose Juárez - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
In recent years the poker scene have been dominated in all aspects by short handed NLHE (6MAX and HU) and has been a lack of good information about full ring. I have been a poker player by 4 years now, in am returning to my roots, full ring. I was playing ABC poker, and this strategy is good to barely be a winner, but there is so much room to get better, and opportunities to make money out there, and Dynamic Full Ring is a tool to get that, take your game to the next level.

The author draws from the beginning the main objective of the book: make the reader think about poker. This book is not a recipe, so don't look for guidelines on how to do this or that, this book teach you how to think about poker. The content of the book is presented mostly in two main parts: preflop part and postflop part. The first part is pure gold, and is also the largest. There is a quite simple explanation for this is that the author begins with the premise that the preflop play is important for any poker player and any form of poker, and it is from here that the player should start to see and analyze all conditions and situations present in the game and opponents. Statistics charts and stats definitions are used in the book to be used in different types of opponents and exploit these accordingly, teaching you how to think beyond ordinary. Each chapter introduces a new concept that is carefully developed and explained in a simple way, ranging from calls to 4bets. This part is solid, and is the core of the book. Read it, re-read, but if you don't understand what author means in each chapter don't try to apply it on the table.

Part 2 is just as solid as the first, and is based entirely on the foundation developed in the previous part. The author sets the continuum that exists between our actions postflop and preflop. The situations encountered in the last are direct consequence of our actions in the first, especially when we face more difficult opponents. This part goes exactly like the first one, with depth analysis of several situations and opponents while the author present and develop new strategies and concepts.

A chapter, that i consider a bonus, is the one about creative lines. This chapter is my favorite, because it forces you to think outside the box, and this is a valuable resource against regulars that think poker in higher levels.

Overall: I recommend the book, its well written. I think this book is most intermediate, and though a beginner can benefit from it, i think someone with fundamentals and some history in the game can get the most of it, and like i said in the title, the framework used in this book is going to help you in your poker thinking skills overall.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Must read for small-stakes fullring... 2. März 2011
Von erus - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
"DFRP" may very well be the most valuable book written to date for the intermediate full-ring micro/small stakes no limit player. In my estimation, most cash-game poker books available today fall into one of three categories: (a) those written by established brick and mortar players who don't have the capability of effectively analyzing the game from the internet perspective, (b) those written by internet players who barely scratch the surface of anything beyond basic theory, and (c) those written by game theorists who fully understand the internet game, but who approach it from such an esoteric perspective that the vast majority of readers would have difficulty incorporating the stated concepts in their games.

Splitsuit's work fills the void remarkably well. Clocking in at over 360 pages, the book is filled with concepts designed to illustrate the optimal methods of approaching the game under any circumstance - regardless of changing game conditions. If you're the type of player who has committed to purchasing the latest database and HUD software, but wonder what in the world to do with all of the available statistics, well - the answers lie within this volume.

In addition to demonstrating the use of statistics to establish and narrow ranges, and to project an opponent's likely actions and responses based on different board textures, Splitsuit also discusses broader concepts (such as the "Minimax game") that may currently be unfamiliar to the reader, but which are absolutely essential to the development of a materially positive long term winrate.

Two specific sections towards the end of the book which I've found to be incredibly valuable are (a) a reflection of Splitsuit's default lines and (b) the database adjustment section. The default lines provide a clear understanding of what one professional's default actions will be, per street, under a variety of standard circumstances, absent any material reads on the opponent. The database adjustment section reflects specific items for which to filter within your database to identify and rectifysignificant leaks within your game.

Two-thumbs up and a must-read for any developing small/microstakes full-ring cash game player.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen THE Book to read for micro stake players 28. August 2012
Von Justino - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
I stumbled upon James Sweeney by accident. Man am I glad I did. His videos were explained in such a way that I clicked with his presentation immediately. That lead me to think hard about getting his book DFRP. I thought, in for a penny, in for a pound and I have had the book about 6 months now.

The book explains the basics of NLHE very well and in great detail. For some intermediate players, this may seem a little condescending, but lets face it, reinforcing the basic principles of the Full Ring game is never going to be a bad thing. James writes in a way that is to the point and precise. There are some examples to help explain certain finer points, but the book is in no way overloaded with hand examples, unlike some I could mention.

The first eight chapters deal with pre flop play and concepts and strategies. For the newer players, it will definitely strengthen your pre flop game if you spend some time absorbing the information and maybe trying some of advice yourself at the tables. I found chapter 6 very informative on the squeeze play and it helped me understand how to use the play properly, which is something a lot of micro players dont understand. If you are unsure of how and why to isolate opponents, chapter 4 will help you greatly improve that area of your game.

Once past the pre flop game, I can honestly say that this book is the single most important poker book I have read and man, I have read a few. Chapter 10 just took my game to another level. It is not a huge chapter of the book, but the concept contained in those 5 pages is probably one of the most important concepts you are going to learn in your bid to beat the micros. I had to read it numerous times to fully understand what message James was trying to convey. But once I grasped it, it changed my game and took it in a different direction.

You can keep your HoH books, your SS by Doyle and all the rest. This book is current and will improve the game of any micro player. It explains what you need to know in such a way that even a donk like me can understand. I refer to the book time and again to keep reinforcing some of the concepts and to also convince myself that some of the plays I make, are the right plays. I am not a high volume player, but with the help of this book, I am a lot stronger player than I was before I read it. I have just recently moved up to play 25NL and that advance is down to DFRP, without a doubt. My poker buddy has also benefited from the book as we often discuss some of the concepts and how to employ them in our own games.

To sum it all up. Its the best money I ever spent on a poker book and if you make the leap, it will be the best money you ever spend on a poker book. It leaves the rest in the shade IMO and I believe you will see the increase in your win rate once you start applying what is in the book. It will then pay for itself many times over. So if you are a Full Ring Micro Stakes player, dont hesitate, dont delay, dont try another book first, this is all you need to improve your game, right here, right now. There are only two books I would ever recommend and this is one of them. I might not crush the micros, I might not be the best player in the world, but with James help, I am a better player than I was before I had the pleasure of reading his book.

So do yourself and your game a favour, buy the damned book, you wont regret it.
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