Read "Doyle Brunson's Super System" by Doyle Brunson available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get $5 off your first download. SS2 features winning strategies and professional secrets from the world's best players including new advice from Doyle and the addition of no-limit legend Phil . and strategies I'll teach you in this book you'll be one super tough Poker A system figured out by computer can beat Blackjack because there the dealer has no.
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This classic book is considered by the pros to be the best book ever written on poker! Jam-packed with advanced strategies, theories, tactics. Super System 2 gathers together the greatest players, theorists, and world champions. This new edition expands upon the original with more games, new. Super System 2 by Doyle Brunson - This essential guide features winning strategies and professional secrets from the world's best players including: Phil.
This book will not suffice to teach a person to play poker well, but any serious poker player will read this at some point to learn mindsets of the champions, strategy, and poker history. A must read for poker enthusiasts. Feb 06, Richard rated it really liked it. While certainly a five star guide to playing Poker when it first came out, now it is more of a history lesson than helpful guide to modern Poker.
Styles have changed so much since the creation of this book, that if you're looking for your first guide, you might want to examine a more recent book. View 2 comments. Nov 15, Arpit Garg rated it really liked it. It's the poker A must read. Oct 18, John rated it liked it. Strictly a view into the past. Don't read it for the quality of the strategy. In fact, I've heard people seriously question whether the no-limit advice might've been propaganda in it's own day. Dec 17, Frank rated it it was amazing.
The definitive "Bible" on poker, it covers all poker games you would ever find yourself playing, and every aspect you could possible learn from a book.
Aug 19, Jak rated it it was ok. It's alright but not half as good as some other poker books I've read.
Jan 07, Ritesh Chhajer rated it liked it. Play mostly tight in a loose game, and mostly loose in a tight game. No top player drinks while playing.
Maintain the discipline.
Money management and self-discipline are almost the most important factors n Limit. Jul 09, Caleb Philbrick rated it it was amazing. Gotta know how to read people. This helps. Sep 17, Kurtzprzezce rated it liked it Shelves: Po drugie: Po trzecie: Po czwarte: Kilka rad opartych o nie-nadnaturalne czynniki jest trudnych do odczytania. Apr 11, Justin Yeary rated it liked it Shelves: Although the strategy is a bit outdated given the book was writen in the s, I think it's still worth picking up and reading.
It covers basic poker strategy applicable to all games, in addition to specific strategies for all kinds of games ranging from 7 Card Stud to Razz to both Limit and No-Limit Texas Hold'Em. In terms of Doyle's specific advice Although the strategy is a bit outdated given the book was writen in the s, I think it's still worth picking up and reading. In terms of Doyle's specific advice, there are definitely a lot of good bits of wisdom in here.
However, his specific strategy for NLHE is, in my view, outdated and overly aggressive to the point of psychosis. Aggression is certainly a good thing in poker, but Brunson overdoes it in this book. After reading this book, you'll laugh at how different Brunson's current play style is to what he writes in this book.
It might have worked well for him in the s when he wrote this book, but I don't see it working very well today since teh game has evolved so much in those 40 years. Overall, even though some of the strategy is outdated, it still contains a lot of great advice making it worth reading and owning. If anything, own it because it's a relic of poker history to add to your book collection. May 12, Danm rated it really liked it Shelves: This is known as the bible of poker, and I can understand why.
There is a lot of in-depth information. Everything Doyle writes seems to be on the money, but there's one catch. This system worked well back in the s, and probably the s and s, but once Chris Moneymaker won the World Series of Poker and so many people flooded the poker market, it led to a great deal of passion for the game, and those who were most passionate educated themselves as much as possible -- including Super Syst This is known as the bible of poker, and I can understand why.
This system worked well back in the s, and probably the s and s, but once Chris Moneymaker won the World Series of Poker and so many people flooded the poker market, it led to a great deal of passion for the game, and those who were most passionate educated themselves as much as possible -- including Super System.
This altered the game, and the aggressive style Doyle used to implement won't be as effective because there are now many counter-strategies. If you have watched Doyle play over the past decade, you can see that even he doesn't apply the Super System he created, simply because the game has changed. All that said, it's a highly recommended read for any poker player because it will create a strong fundamental base of knowledge.
The first section about Doyle and his road to poker can also be inspirational. Just be sure you're ready to fully commit to the game. Otherwise, it will be an expensive hobby. Apr 12, Some rated it did not like it. If you are interested in learning or mastering poker, look elsewhere. If you're looking here you're in a SuperHero Cult and taking advise you realistically cannot ply effectively unless you are born with super gifts in reading people and guesstimating their responses to basically errant moves in the game.
Doyle is a SuperHero and precious few play his way and actually win money. Take care of your family and friends, spend this money on a random act of kindness for them instead of downloading this If you are interested in learning or mastering poker, look elsewhere. Take care of your family and friends, spend this money on a random act of kindness for them instead of downloading this book.
If you are interested in learning hold 'em poker, read Sklansky's work on Small Stakes Poker, I think it is with Mason Mulmuth and others For those wise enough to beware this message adn book, also beware Phil Helmuth's stuff. Feb 07, George rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Anyone who is serious about poker. For the person just starting to learn about poker, people consider this to be the "Bible" of poker.
Kind of true, it is a classic, though with today's leading books on tournament poker, you could consider this the "Old Testament" of poker. Still read and revered with lessons that can be learned today. The games taught: Aug 17, Stephen rated it really liked it Shelves: Read the introductory sections and the sections on Texas Hold'em, during a brief spurt of interest in poker.
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To ask other readers questions about Doyle Brunson's Super System 2 , please sign up. Be the first to ask a question about Doyle Brunson's Super System 2. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Jul 29, MadMaxx rated it it was amazing Shelves: And here is the bible to poker part 2.
Nov 21, Scott Wilson rated it it was amazing Shelves: A must read for any serious poker player. Jul 03, Robert Beveridge rated it really liked it Shelves: Doyle Brunson ed. Given that the original is the most influential book in poker history, I can understand that, but you have to figure that such a thing is kind of setting the reader up for a letdown. After all, the reason the original was so influential is that when it came out, very few people understood the tenets contained within.
Now it's over a quarter-century later, and eve Doyle Brunson ed. Now it's over a quarter-century later, and every poker player beyond the most causal free-money Internet player understands the strategies therein; these days they're poker Who doesn't know that suited connectors are worth calling a raise with if you've put your opponent on a high pair?
These chapters are well worth the price of admission unless you specialize in a single game; I definitely advise downloading the book along with its predecessor to get an overview of some games that are just now increasing in popularity. A lot of that part will look very familiar. Still, it's worth picking up if you're even a casual fan of poker.
Knowledge is power, especially at the poker table.