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The NL Workbook: Exploiting Regulars

The NL Workbook: Exploiting Regulars [Kindle Edition]

Tri Nguyen , Tom Marchese

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Self-made poker millionaires Tom "kingsofcards" Marchese and Tri "SlowHabit" Nguyen will show you how to crush the regulars at your table with The NL Workbook. 

They will teach you advanced no-limit strategies that they used to win million of dollars from poker. 

Whether it is Heads-up, Short-handed, or Full-ring, The NL Workbook has helped many professional poker players improve their winrate and swollen their bankrolls. Many readers can attest to this fact.


* How to abuse your opponents like Tom and Tri                                                                           
* How to put your opponent on a hand range in a few seconds

* How to play more aggressively to increase your winrate

* How to profitably play small pocket pairs such as 22, 33, and 44 without hitting a set

* How to overbet correctly to own your opponents 

* How to balance your range to confuse your opponents

* How to win millions at cash games like Tom and Tri

And that's just the tip of the iceberg. There are more than 50 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 anywhere you can think of!

You don't need advanced math or a high IQ to crush poker. 

You need the right strategies and that's exactly what The NL Workbook delivers. 

Order today. Our winning circle awaits you!

Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

Highly successful online poker professional Tri ‘SlowHabit’ Nguyen turned his loves of poker and education into a notable coaching career, drawing praise for his ability to explain complex poker concepts in simple, easy to understand terms. These skills transitioned well into writing and he soon found himself teamed up with fellow online star Cole South — a collaboration that resulted in the high-level no limit Hold’em breakthrough, Let There be Range. Nguyen is also the author of The No Limit Holdem Workbook: Exploiting Regulars. Additionally, Nguyen has written extensively on Omaha and his The Pot-Limit Omaha Book: Transitioning from NLHE to PLO is frequently prescribed to Hold’em players looking to crush small- and mid-stakes PLO. The sequel, Advanced PLO Play, is for PLO specialists looking to increase their edge against other PLO regulars. A graduate in computer science and education from UC-Berkeley, Nguyen is a regular strategy column contributor to Card Player magazine and a prolific blogger at


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5.0 von 5 Sternen A nit's best eye opener 7. September 2011
Von S - Veröffentlicht auf
I've wanted this book since its release but never got round to adding it to my poker library, so when I saw it available on Amazon for less than $50 I decided to buy it. Having previously read (and thoroughly enjoyed) The Poker Blueprint, I was expecting high quality content in this book and was not let down. Tri's writing style is clear, concise and made some of the trickier concepts easier to digest. I love that the NL Workbook contains theory as well as plenty of examples to put said theory in practice - which in my opinion is what makes a "good poker book" a "great poker book".

A little background information about my game:
I play SSNL 6 max online (super nit style) and as a result regularly find myself in spots against some of the better regulars where I tend to get confused/uncomfortable/a big brainfreeze, which resulted in me either hero calling without giving much consideration to their ranges, or being too weak tight in spots where an aggresive line should have been taken. A classic example is being afraid to play the optimal way "because I have been called/raised before in a similar situation" (most likely because I either bet or raised in the wrong spot/vs the wrong opponent)

After reading the book initially I spewed a little because I wasn't applying the concepts correctly. However as I read it a few more times, I gradually began to discover where I should be applying selective aggression, and where I should strongly consider folding (even though my instant reaction may have been to snap call).

My game is far from what I would call great, as I still make mistakes and get confused, but those situations seem to appear less often now I'm slowly moving away from the "I play my 2 cards" robotic button clicking approach, and am instead thinking more about the opponent's range as well as what they're likely to do with it. Now when I make a play, I ask myself why in my head and only go ahead if there's good reason to do so.

Having said the above, if you're not willing to put in the work, no book will make you a winning player. But if you dedicate some time to improving your game armed with the information in this book, you will get there eventually.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen The tables are getting tougher... 28. Februar 2011
Von Raising Cain - Veröffentlicht auf
Review for Daily Variance's Exploiting Regulars... Put it in your tank.

If you want greater insight into the modern view of poker, with a few gem-insights along the way, buy a book like this. Books like these will elevate you from "dangerous" to "fearless." You will be more able to make the correct play and be less concerned about how the cards may fall.

I play NLHE at a wide variety of levels (200NL-5000NL) both online and in live executive games that run very, very deep (300-500BBs). I regularly battle against 18-table rake-backing TAGs (many who have 2-3 million hands under their belts; but they still have huge holes in their games that this book illuminates), wealthy maniacs, live fish, as well as bracelet-winning "stars" and "red" pros looking to take out some well-healed execs over a bottle of scotch. I am often not the best or most experienced player at the table, but I usually find a way to survive. Well, I do better when I am folding every now and then ... As much varied poker experiences as I have, however, I am always looking for guidance in "putting it all together." And that is why I come to Daily Variance's publications; they put it together for me. They synthesize and organize what I already know and tell me things that I don't know or don't fully appreciate. I am a member of several coaching sites, I have read many of the e-books out there, and, each time Daily Variance puts out a new book, I still love having these at my bedside table... Tri's books always find a way of presenting absurdly common situations that I discover that I am yet to fully tank on.

If you have not mastered manipulating hand ranges and hand combinatorics, then these books are a must read. If you are good with such things, these books are still worthwhile, since they are insight into how another player/coach thinks about the game and they offer loads of hands to think through with the author (who will think about the hands in a way far more advanced than the "classic" poker books do).

Many people on the forums have questioned the value of paying hundreds and sometimes thousands of dollars for a poker book. But, I'd be willing to bet that you make at least one very large poker decision better next time you play if you study these books. One large pot won instead of lost means that even a $1K book starts paying for itself. I won a $2k+ pot that I would have otherwise lost if it weren't for having just read one of Tri's books... And, when it comes to "Exploiting Regulars" which I bought at a discount (<$100), this is a complete no-brainer.

I really liked spots in the book where Tri suggested that I take notes (spots where notes are underutilized to evaluate how pressure is being used against me and how to use that same pressure on my opponents next time, or how that constant pressure weakens the villain's hand range in those spots), e.g., spots where someone (hero or villain) often tank-folds, spots where the "worst card in the deck" falls, etc.. I enjoyed Tri's comments about "pouncers," where, if the villain keeps putting you in the same tough spot, think about how that impacts his hand range... those TAG pouncers can't always have it (NOTE TO THE REG WHO ALWAYS SITS ON MY LEFT IN THE LIVE DEEP GAME ... Nit or not, I am 4-betting your turn-raise next time). If you want examples that sound less obvious than how I have described it, buy the book. Even the spots where you will feel "hrm... I kinda knew that already," you will realize that you are not taking maximum advantage of either the situation or your toolbox in dealing with it.

I did not always agree with the line the author suggested, but he gives me the tools to think about both his line and mine. And, heck, I am probably wrong anyway... That's what I am looking for and where these books deliver: not what to do, but WHY.

On the downside, the book is overly brief in spots (but this makes for a quick read). Editing is improving over earlier books but still could be improved (a few "villain calls" should have read "villain bets" and/or vice versa, but no biggie, I got it). While Tri collaborates with various poker gods on these books (in this case, Tom Marchese is acknowledged), it is often unclear what insights came from these collaborators as opposed to Tri.

Also, I had hoped for a little bit more time-sensitive trends in online reg play at various levels (granted, such material makes the book less able to stand the test of time without many updates) and how to beat it; there was a lot of this, I just was sort of hoping for a condensed list of trends/weaknesses that the author saw at the 2/4 game, the 3/6 game, etc., at the time of printing. In fairness, the book give me enough tools to figure these trends out and deal with it on my own anyway (and what the regs are currently up to is easily found on the forums and training sites, not to mention by playing against the regs themselves); how to think about those trends can be found here.

In any case, I rate this book as a strong RAISE and take it. If this book is less than a c-note, just buy the darn thing.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen too hard to read on kindle 5. September 2013
Von L. Fish - Veröffentlicht auf
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The NL workbook was offered as a kindle download; but it was too hard to read. the images of the card holdings could not be enlarged. I haven't tried using a magnifying glass, but in any case, I am disappointed that the fact that no one took the time to notice or resolve this. And, I will have to be cautious with future downloads of other books I intend to read on my kindle.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Good for starters 19. Juli 2012
Von Darrick Dishaw - Veröffentlicht auf
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Just posted my review of Nguyen's How I Made My First Million From Poker. Even though I liked that book, too, my bone to pick is the same. It needs more. While there are a wealth of examples in Exploiting Regulars, they are all at $3/$6, 6-max no limit hold'em cash games. How about a few examples above and below that limit or 3 handed or full ring? What if we're on the Button with 98 of hearts and there are two limpers in front of us? What if the Under the Gun min-raises, the Cutoff 3-bets, and we're in the Big Blind with JJ or AQ of spades? Those kinds of scenarios are never mentioned.

By the way, No Limits by Wallace & Stemple had nicely laid out color hand examples. I appreciated that a lot, especially as No Limits was a third of the price! Yes, the cost of Exploiting Regulars is also an issue. Why so much for so little?

While the answers steer the reader in the right direction and I'm grateful for the "Important Notes" section which accompanies a few of them, I still could have done with more. What about a few personal stories or amusing (or tragic) anecdotes regarding those particular hands? I have a feeling that the fundamentals of his strategy was explained in Let There Be Range, which is so ridiculously expensive on amazon, that there's no conceivable way I'd ever pay it... no matter how much it helped my game.

However, we get the gist. Exploiting Regulars is better than nothing and reading it back to back with How I Made My First Million did teach me a few important lessons. Lack of elaboration earned this potentially awesome book only 3 stars. I would love to see an updated no limit hold'em cash game bible including all SLOWHABIT's books for $100.


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4.0 von 5 Sternen unlock ur thought process 29. August 2012
Von Dmafioso - Veröffentlicht auf
Format:Kindle Edition
This was actually one of the first real poker books I read when I transitioned from live tournaments to online and live cash games. This book doesn't just teach the standard play in a certain situation but actually opens up ur thought process to show you what lines to take and why it works well versus an opponent type. Tri does fantastic breaking down concepts that would otherwisee be difficult to grasp. Before reading this book I was a break even ramshackle grinder. This book has opened my eyes to valuable spots that add tremendously to your win rate. This book is a steal for the price of a few big blinds!
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