Poker Math Made Easy No Limit Hold'em Secrets
Original name: Poker Math Made Easy No Limit Hold'em Secrets
Author: Roy Rounder
Section: Books about poker math
Disciplines: no limit Hold’em
If you’ve just started to learn the mathematics of poker and want to read some material on the basics of game calculations, then Rounder's «Easy Poker Mathematics» is an ideal variant. This book will become your best poker tutorial, and the tables, given in it, can replace any poker calculators.
The author concedes that for the first few years he played no-limit hold'em knowing nothing about the information is written in the book, relying solely on “instincts”, but when started to apply poker math, his skills have grown significantly and his efficiency has improved markedly.
When Roy himself just began to study the mathematics of poker, he faced a problem - very few poker writers reveal the issue related to poker math in their books, and in most cases the information is written in a pretty "abstruse" way. He set a goal to write as easy manual, which everyone can use to learn poker math step by step. And Rounder has managed to do it.
He explained how to calculate outs, pot odds, and a probability to get a certain card in different situations and also gave some tips for beginners. But the tables of probabilities and chances for quick calculations made by him are of the greatest value - their duplicates have been spread over the Internet long time ago.
Read Roy Rounder's «Easy Poker Mathematics» by downloading it in PDF format on our website.
The author strongly recommends reading the material in the same order as it is presented in the book.
The book is very short and easy to understand. After reading, you will most likely want to print it out and make it your desk book.
A bit about the author:
Roy Rounder is also known as Rory Monahan. Little is known about him, but the guy made an invaluable contribution to poker training literature, having written the «Easy Poker Mathematics» book. According to HendonMob data, there is about a quarter of a million dollars of prize money, earned in live events on Monahan’s rank. There is no information about the poker player’s online results, since he didn’t disclose his nickname publicly.