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Phil Gordon's Little Gold Book: Advanced Lessons for Mastering Poker 2.0 [Kindle Edition]

Phil Gordon
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Phil Gordon’s Little Gold Book is one of the best advanced poker books on the market.... While a lot of poker strategy books repeat the same information, much of which proves useless to an experienced player, PGLGB offers some challenging material and concepts… bringing you up to speed on the game’s current evolutionary state.” – PokerNews.com

Kurzbeschreibung

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.

Produktinformation

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 9100 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 402 Seiten
  • ISBN-Quelle für Seitenzahl: B007PM01G4
  • Verlag: Gallery Books (11. Oktober 2011)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B004T4KL2U
  • Text-to-Speech (Vorlesemodus): Nicht aktiviert
  • X-Ray:
  • Word Wise: Nicht aktiviert
  • Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 3.0 von 5 Sternen  Alle Rezensionen anzeigen (3 Kundenrezensionen)
  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: #363.755 Bezahlt in Kindle-Shop (Siehe Top 100 Bezahlt in Kindle-Shop)

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2.0 von 5 Sternen Ein Desaster 12. März 2012
Von Selber
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Das ist wirklich eines der schlechteren Pokerbücher, die ich bislang in den Händen hielt. Das er anders kann, hat Gordon bei seinen vorausgegangenen schwarzen, grünen und blauen gezeigt. Dieses wirkt mir zu hektisch, unstrukturiert und erfüllt in keinster Weise die Erwartungen. Einen Anfänger würde es nur verwirren und als Fortgeschrittener bekommt man kaum etwas Neues geboten. NLH Poker 2.0, allein schon der Name weckt sehr viel Erwartung, aber man kann am Ende gar nicht glauben, dass der Autor tatsächlich meint, der Pokerwelt die Augen geöffnet zu haben. All das gab es bereits in anderen Büchern vor Jahren schon, viel besser erklärt.

Für mich ein klares "No Go".
Das Buch wirkt wie ein erstklassiges Ableben eines Poker Pros, der nach dem ganzen Full Tilt Desaster unter seiner Karriere als Pokerspieler und Autor einen Schlußstrich ziehen will.

Zwei Sterne gibt es dennoch. Den einen für das hard cover und den anderen für die Widmung, in der mehr 'advice' steckt als auf den restlichen Seiten des Buches insgesamt.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Griff ins Klo 12. Januar 2012
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Für mich leider ein Fehlkauf.

Das größte Problem in diesem Buch ist, dass so gut wie nie zwischen Cash Game und Tournament play unterschieden wird.
Diese Varianten sind komplett unterschiedlich und Hände im Turnier spielen sich komplett anders als im Cash Game.
Auch die Stack Sizes fehlen in den Beispielen komplett. Und die sind nun mal extrem wichtig um eine Hand überhaupt diskutieren zu können.

Mir ist in diesem Buch insgesamt viel zu wenig Ordnung drin; es wirkt alles wie in einer Wurst geschrieben.

Alles in allem bei weitem kein revolutionäres Buch - wer regelmässig in den twoplustwo foren liest, ist hier bereits einen Schritt voraus.

Wäre nicht die Sektion mit den versch. Pro's, wo man einen guten Einblick in die Materie erhält, dann gäbe es von mir nur einen Stern.
Allein der Umstand, dass Gordon im ersten Teil langatmig erklärt, wie wichtig threebets sind um im Tournament Teil von Annette Obrestad eines besseren belehrt zu werden, spricht nicht gerade für den Autor und seine Sicht der Dinge.

Es gibt wesentlich bessere Spieler und auch Poker coaches als Phil Gordon.

Für Turnierspieler gibt es z.B. die Bücher von Arnold Snyder. Diese öffnen einem wirklich die Augen!

Leider nein, Phil!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Das beste aktuelle Poker Buch!! 18. Dezember 2011
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Um dies klar zu sagen, so gut wie das "little Green Book" in 2005 war so fantastisch ist auch das "Little Gold Book" für jeden Poker interessierten in 2011 oder 2012.
Hintergrund ist, dass es Phil geschaftt hat sich selbst zu challengen, und sich mit den aktuellen Entwicklungen des Pokers auseinanderzusetzen. Dies gelingt ihm wie schon zuvor sehr informativ und unterhaltsam. Das Little Gold book enthählt pro Seite unglaublich viele Informationen, so dass sich der Preis locker gerechtfertigt sieht.
Dieses Buch ist notwendig um sich mit den neuen theoretischen Entwicklungen (Hold Em 2.0 wie es Phil nennt aber auch Pot limit Omaha)up zu daten. Die dichte an Informationen ist wie im "Little Green Book" unglaublich gut! Man erfährt vieles über neue mathematische Ansätze, worüber man sich heutzutage Gedanken machen sollte, weiterhin viel aus Artikeln von Phil Galfond und anderen neuen Stars! Wie schon im Little Green Book gilt hier eine uneingeschränkte Kaufempfehlung! Gut vorstellbar, das eine deutsche Fassung bald erscheinen wird!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Phil Gordon is back, and in better shape than ever 14. Oktober 2011
Von Gabriel Torres - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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In my opinion, Phil Gordon is the best poker writer out there. He writes in a straightforward, clear language, which is really easy to follow. I've read all his previous three books and also his DVD, and I was really afraid that he had given up writing, since his previous book was released five years ago. I am glad to say that Phil Gordon is back, and in better shape than ever.

In his private life, Gordon had gone through a quest of improving his own game, since poker players have evolved quite drastically in the past few years. And it is rare to see a poker expert publicly admitting that he had to step back and re-study the game. The Gold Book is the result of this quest.

The book starts with lots of math that will make the head of most readers to spin. But don't give up. Soon enough things will get clear as the author shows tools and techniques that will for sure improve your game. While some of them were already featured in the author's previous books (such as the "squeeze" play, a.k.a. "fish'n'chips"), this time he explains more in depth the math behind them.

This is a book that you will have to re-read several times to be able to get everything it has to offer, especially as your game improves. In the end, it will make you to completely re-think your game. And that is why this book is so good.

The only "negatives" I can see with this book is that this time the author didn't put a lot of jokes in the text. You see, the typical Gordon jokes inserted inside the book (e.g. "feeling like the time I had bad shellfish in an all-you-can-eat buffet in Kansas City") help me to memorize the concept he is explaining. Also, even though there is a chapter with some hand examples, I'd prefer to have some real examples after each concept is explained. He did that here and there, but I wanted to see more! I hope Phil Gordon writes a follow-up book only with real hand examples, just like he did with his Blue Book.

On a more serious subject, for a book released after "Black Friday" and the demise of Full Tilt Poker, I think the author should have re-vamped the parts he talks about online poker and Full Tilt in particular. For example, he mentions that Chris Ferguson was able to create a $126,000 bankroll starting from zero and that Phil Galfond also has accumulated an on-line bankroll of same magnitude, but didn't say anything about what happened to player's online bankroll after "Black Friday."

BTW, around 20% of the book is dedicated to PLO (Pot-Limit Omaha).
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Phil's best and among The Best 18. Oktober 2011
Von B. Hayek - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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My poker shelf has around 100 books on it,
but this one will be among the 3 or 4 that
get re-read, underlined, highlighted and
referred to over and over.

I think it's the best book Phil's written, and
I've considered all the "Little" books good.
Within the poker writing universe, Little Gold
Book goes into more depth than just about any other,
and likewise has a lot of breadth for one book.
And while I consider most poker books to be
targeted at the beginner turning intermediate
(including Phil's previous writing), this book
does a great job of covering the ground from
intermediate well into advanced.

As usual in Phil's writing, he speaks conversationally
and is easily understood, even when digging into
somewhat involved mathematics and advanced concepts.
Another aspect of his writing that I really appreciate
is his ability to look at a topic from several angles,
rather than covering the obvious points and moving on.
In Gold Book for example, he'll often make the
mathematical case for a given play, work out the logic
in great detail to prove his point, but then take it a
step further by reminding you of "meta considerations"
and opponent psychological factors that you can't overlook.
For me, I find this helps keep me out of the mode of
just "playing the numbers" and lets me visualize the other
factors while reading and while playing.

Perhaps Phil's strongest skill as a writer, and
one that Gold Book shows off more than any of
his prior books, is his ability to group and classify
information into easily remembered collections.
Going beyond the obvious groupings of hand types,
Phil further classifies things like board texture,
opponent style, tournament situations, etc.
This gives the reader a huge advantage when trying to
apply the material; it's much easier to remember and
learn and then apply it in real time at the table.

I consider myself a non-pro advanced player, and
I learned a ton from this book that was new to
me and I'm sure will be valuable. I'm glad Phil gets
satisfaction out of giving away (well, for 15 bucks
anyway) his hard earned lessons!
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Phil is Golden but this one is very Advanced 3. Mai 2012
Von Mark Sanchez - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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From what I've read so far in the Gold Book, it seems like it was geared towards internet players, or those getting started playing on the internet (before online poker was shut down) but the information is still valuable and impressive. I've read both the Green and Blue books which were much easier to understand (it should be said that I am not finished with the Gold), but I am also not a math whiz. The math is not necessarily difficult to pick up after a few read overs, but I just can't see myself being able to apply this at a live poker table in Vegas, or live poker table anywhere with 100% accuracy. In his other books, Phil gets into how to put your opponents on a hand based on what you know about their style, betting patterns, pre and post flop, etc. With this book, it seems like you will have to almost memorize what hands your opponents are playing from different positions, and factor that not only into what hand they might be holding, but also the pot odds and implied odds as compared to whatever hand you have, how many outs you have, whether you want to differentiate your playing style in order to change gears, etc. Its just a lot, and I don't think its for beginner to intermediate players at all. Start with the Green Book or maybe the Black Book which seems very simple. Work your way up. There is a reason the subtitle is "ADVANCED lessons for mastering Poker 2.0". That being said, if you can process it and have a very quick math brain, as well as a great memory, and lots of experience, definitely get the book as Phil is a fun read and you will likely learn a lot. But on a side note, I'm glad the internet poker sites have been shut down, who knows how safe their servers were anyway, and now these math whizzes can't just rely on their geek status to win hands. They will still be strong at a live table, but they may not know their own tells, not be familiar with Casino distractions (like the cocktail waitress leaning over you with a monster set of Dub Ds to take your order) etc., and be out of their element. Still, novices and intermediate players need to be careful because these guys are out there and undoubtedly good.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen No More Folding To The Fourth Bet Without Aces 12. Oktober 2011
Von Sean Summers - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition|Verifizierter Kauf
I've been playing poker for about a year and have watched my game come a long way in that time while consistently doing everything I needed to improve it. I've read a lot of what is out there (Harrington on Hold'em, Super System, the Little Green Book, Every Hand Revealed and a lot more) but I never really bothered reviewing any of it because it didn't take me long to realize it wasn't relevant anymore. Gordon really gives comprehensive and thorough coverage over the fundamentals a lot of the good internet players use in their NLH game (calculating ranges, aggressive pre-flop play, understanding and making use of stats, etc) and even delves into some worthwhile PLO strategy that could help improve those who are struggling with it. This book is definitely the new required reading for players who have a solid grasp on intermediate poker concepts but feel they aren't up to par with some of the more advanced competition out there. Throughout 400+ pages of material the only minor complaints I have are the player interviews and the section on Chris Fergusson's bankroll management. The player interviews with Olbrestad, Cates and Galfond really didn't get too specific with what makes them successful, particularly Cates who didn't really seem to want to get into too many advanced heads up concepts, but some of the tips might be found useful. The section on Fergusson's `excellent' bankroll management is kind of laughable considering the state of Full Tilt Poker, but that being said even though it appears he didn't exactly practice what he preached he did have some good points about the importance of having a proper handle on your bankroll in poker and it's worth you're while to check out. All said I think this book is going to really surprise a lot of people, this isn't the Phil Gordon from 2005 telling you the fourth bet always means aces, this is a Phil Gordon who took the time to relearn the game and bring himself back to a competitive level for the aggressive game that's played today.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Learn Poker 2.0 11. Dezember 2011
Von HCostikyan - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Phil Gordon's Little Gold Book: Advanced Lessons for Mastering Poker 2.0 is a good book about changes in poker strategies due to Internet poker. Its best for math buffs who have excellent calculation skills. It's a detailed book requiring concentrated reading.
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