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e-Book Hold'em on the Come: Limit Hold'em Strategy for Drawing Hands download

e-Book Hold'em on the Come: Limit Hold'em Strategy for Drawing Hands download

by Rolf Slotboom,Dew Mason

ISBN: 1904468233
ISBN13: 978-1904468233
Language: English
Publisher: D&B Publishing; First edition (May 1, 2006)
Pages: 272
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Secrets of Professional Poker 1. Hold'em on the Come: Limit Hold'em Strategy for Drawing Hands (co-authored with Dew Mason). Pokerface (in Dutch).

Secrets of Professional Poker 1. Rolf Slotboom player profile.

Hold'em On The Come" is a great addition to the poker literature, especially so for these players. In this innovative book, Rolf Slotboom and Dew Mason provide a comprehensive guide to playing drawing hands after the flop in hold'em. Rolf is known for giving accurate and easy-to-understand advice, and he does an excellent job in this book of presenting that advice such that any holdem player can become better at playing their draws -Greg Raymer, 2004 World Champion of Poker a great addition to poker literature. I wholeheartedly agree. -Howard Schwartz, Casino City Times.

In this innovative book Rolf Slotboom and Dew Mason provide a comprehensive guide to playing drawing hands after the flop in hold em. Their methodical approach to playing on the come will provide you with a thorough grounding in post-flop play, enabling you to make th. . Their methodical approach to playing on the come will provide you with a thorough grounding in post-flop play, enabling you to make the correct decisions in determining whether or no.

Hold'em on the Come book. In this innovative book Rolf Slotboom and Dew Mason provide a comprehensive guide to playing drawing hands after the flop in hold’em

Hold'em on the Come book. Every time you call when you should fold, you’re giving away money  . In this innovative book Rolf Slotboom and Dew Mason provide a comprehensive guide to playing drawing hands after the flop in hold’em. Their methodical approach to playing ‘on the come’ will provide you with a thorough grounding in Every time you call when you should fold, you’re giving away money. Every time you fold when you should call, you’re giving away money.

Hold'em on the Come answers such key limit hold'em questions as: What should I do with a flush or straight draw? How should I play with unimproved overcards?

Rolf is an expert limit hold’em and Omaha player. This is an excerpt from the brand new Rolf Slotboom, Dew Mason book Hold’em On The Come – Limit Hold’em Strategy For Drawing Hands.

Rolf is an expert limit hold’em and Omaha player. He will be tackling pot-limit Omaha in his soon to be released book ‘Secrets of Professional Pot-Limit Omaha – how to win big – both live and online’. We’ll be bringing you excerpts of that when it’s released, but for now we’re starting with his excellent guide to playing draws in limit hold’em ‘Hold’em on the Come: Limit Hold’em Strategy for Drawing Hands’.

Limit Hold'em Strategy for Drawing Hands. Rolf Slotboom, Dew Mason. US Apr 2006, Europe Apr 2006 ISBN 9781904468233 272 pages, 228 x 152mm/6 x 9. Description. Their methodical approach to playing on the come. will provide you with a thorough grounding in post-flop play, enabling you to make the correct decisions in determining whether or not you should remain in the hand. Hold’em on the Come answers such key limit hold’em questions as

Secrets of Professional Poker 1. Cardplayer Europe: Netherlands News. Hendon Mob Database: Rolf Slotboom.

Rolf Slotboom (August 23, 1973 in Amsterdam, Netherlands) is a Dutch poker player and writer. Secrets of Professional Poker 1.

In this innovative book Rolf Slotboom and Dew Mason provide a comprehensive guide to playing drawing hands after the flop in hold'em. Their methodical approach to playing 'on the come' will provide you with a thorough grounding in post-flop play, enabling you to make the correct decisions in determining whether or not you should remain in the hand

Every time you call when you should fold, you’re giving away money. Every time you fold when you should call, you’re giving away money. In this innovative book Rolf Slotboom and Dew Mason provide a comprehensive guide to playing drawing hands after the flop in hold’em. Their methodical approach to playing ‘on the come’ will provide you with a thorough grounding in post-flop play, enabling you to make the correct decisions in determining whether or not you should remain in the hand. Hold’em on the Come answers such key limit hold’em questions as: What should I do with a flush or straight draw? How should I play with unimproved overcards? How do I count outs, and what are the criteria for counting them as “full” outs? What is the impact of the size of the pot on your decision? All leading to this all-important question: Do I belong in the pot or not? The authors provide you with an in-depth analysis of drawing hands, leading to a simple but effective system that at all stages will help you “see where you’re at” – which in turn should help your overall results tremendously. • "Lots of players misplay their drawing hands, especially beginning players and those who have only learned poker by the seat of their pants. “Hold’em On The Come” is a great addition to the poker literature, especially so for these players. Rolf is known for giving accurate and easy-to-understand advice, and he does an excellent job in this book of presenting that advice such that any holdem player can become better at playing their draws." Greg Raymer, 2004 World Champion of Poker • "Rolf Slotboom is one of my favorite poker authors. His deep understanding of the game coupled with his clear concise presentation makes this book by Dew Mason and him a sure fire winner." By Barry Tanenbaum CardPlayer columnists, and a highly successful middle-limit hold'em player "This book is a must-read for all serious limit hold'em players. It provides the most comprehensive discussion to date on the play of drawing hands. The added comments by poker pro Rolf Slotboom make the book an invaluable addition to your poker library." Jim Brier, CardPlayer columnist and well-known poker author
Comments:
Vathennece
If the reader is anything like me then they probably play a lot of no limit hold `em, and probably, at some point, have come to the realization that no limit ring games aren't going to last forever. This is particularly true if the reader happens to be a fellow American whose government recently declared war on our perfectly civilized habit of playing online poker. The long and the short of it is that we may well find ourselves in a brick and mortar casino playing whatever game is available with a reasonable buy in, which often, is a limit game (unless you're in Vegas where they have NL 100 and 200 live--by me it's NL 300 only). Therefore, brushing up on, or learning limit for the first time is advisable. With Hold' Em on the Come, Slotboom and Mason only do one thing, but they do it well which is to analyze and proscribe when draws should be played after the flop. The book issues lengthy discussion on this subject, but it is more diverse than you think as it includes low pairs, two pairs, and overcards along with the obvious mix of straights and flushes. From what I can gather, most of the text is really Dew Mason's with additional insight provided by Rolf "Ace" Slotboom. His sections are boxed off and titled "Ace Speaks." The great Ace's commentary enriches the work tremendously, and, personally, I'll buy anything he puts out because I loved his DVDs and still watch them. Overall, I found this offering invaluable.

ndup
This book deals ONLY with the play of drawing hands from the flop on,in limit hold'em.

Parts of the book I thought were quite good (though some parts were valuable only for beginning players), and other parts seemed rather unnecessary. Overall the author takes an odds view of draws. If the odds are there you must play. He certainly doesn't overlook other factors, but that's not the main focus.

The sections on counting outs was quite good, especially the theory of discounting some outs based on the situation. Several other sections gave some extremely valuable advice.

However, the author introduces some charts, that I just didn't find useful. They're supposed to get the reader to think about situations so that he may be prepared when it occurs in game. Personally, I found the action charts to muddy the waters.

So, is the book worthwhile? Is a book that deals solely with draws something you need? Maybe. (Hence my mixed reations.) There's plenty of valuable information in the book, but also a fair amount of filler...or material that only beginners would need. Most of the info CAN be gained from reading other books, but this has it all in one place.

Qane
This book was written by Dew Mason, an unknown middle-limit poker player, and only reviewed and endorsed by the well-known and accomplished Rolf Slotbloom. The exception is the sprinkling of "Ace speaks" anecdotal essays which were added by Slotbloom himself.

The book is entirely about playing draws and contains sensible advice. However, I don't think there's much of an audience for this. Those willing to read an entire book devoted to a single aspect of the game have surely studied the core Hold'em books and spent hundreds of hours playing. For them, I don't see much here.

I'm always interested to hear how other people think about poker, but I didn't find much new insight. One exception is the interesting statistics on how likely you are to be facing flush draws depending on how many opponents remain and how deeply into the hand the action is. I agree with a previous reviewer that the "action charts" don't add enough to have spent so much time on them. It's basically just visual pot-counting. Mason does a credible job on accounting for "tainted" outs, though it was all stuff I'd already thought about in detail myself.

This book is not bad, but for me, it was not "game-changing" at all.

Ceck
Excellent

Moogura
if you are into poker like me.. invest in this book is worth it...

this is comming from a poker head that has over 15 books.....

If you think you know how to play yours draws....Raad this book... n you wil learn thing or two..... I did.! ! special when to foldem...lol

Good luck on the tables.

Nutty Rabbit

Malara
For less experienced players, this is a thorough exploration of drawing hands in limit hold'em. However, the play system he advocates is very intricate and unwieldy, in my view. To take into consideration all the factors that can weaken a draw, the author uses fractions of outs. Count 'em up, let's see, we've got 4 1/2 outs, but need 5 to draw, that's a fold.

I'm sure Slotboom is a math head who does this effortlessly, but for most of us, I think the return is not worth all the effort. Most decisions are clearcut -- you have 8 outs, that's always a call, even if it really is 7.5 outs. Certainly figuring by tenths of outs would give only an illusion of precision, and I really doubt that 1/2 outs provide better resolution. It is a rare hand that might be decided by 1/2 an out. In such close situations, you are almost always going to decide according to how the opponent has been playing, what your image is, what happened last hand, etc.

You will understand draws after this book. The system of discounting outs will help you understand the complexity that effects the quality of a draw, but I doubt many people retain the scoring system. Discounting outs is important, but can be simplified. If you've got a pair and an inside draw, that's six outs to improve, but since two of those cards (that make trips) could give him a full house, you only count one of them, for a total of five outs. Slotboom will figure 'there are only 3.5 clean outs to a straight, because you might tie, and the villain might make a runner-runner flush, so that discounts another half, plus the two halves discounted for a fullhouse, which adds up to 4.5 outs, but he's a bad player who will keep raising the river, so add a half, for a total of five, so call.' Or something like that.

Bill Haywood
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