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 PokerNewsのPokerStrategyも、なんとなくよさそうなのは一通りさらったので、Harrington on Hold'emのVol.2でも買って訳そうかなあと思っていたところ、いい本がPokerNewsで紹介されていたので即買いしてしまいました!
 Daniel Negreanu編の最新の戦略本です。


Power Hold'em Strategy
Power Hold'em StrategyDaniel Negreanu

Cardoza Pub 2008-06-17
売り上げランキング : 111


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明日には届くと思いますので乞うご期待!!
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最初から紹介するのではなく、Danielの真骨頂と言われる「Small Ball」の章(287頁以降)から紹介しようかな、と今のところは思っています。



<目次>
PREFACE by Avery Cardoza 15
INTRODUCTION by Daniel Negreanu 19
BIG-BET NO-LIMIT HOLD'EM: A STRATEGY FOR NOVICE 25
TOURNAMENT PLAYERS by Evelyn Ng
INTRODUCTION 31
A SIMPLIFIED STRATEGY FOR NO-LIMIT HOLD'EM 32
TOURNAMENTS
Neutralizing Experienced Opponents 33
PREFLOP 34
Tournament Theory for Novice Players 34
Bet Sizing 35
The 25-percent Rule 41
Starting Hand Guidelines 42
Playing a Short Stack 50
Preflop Summary 50
FLOP 51
Flopping Top Pair or an Overpair to the 52
Board
Flopping Two Pair or a Set 55
Flopping a Straight or a Flush 55
Flopping a Full House or Better 55
Missing With an A-K 56
Playing a Pair When Overcards Are on Board 57
Playing Against Multiple Opponents 59
Playing Drawing Hands 62
Flop Play Summary 64
TURN PLAY 64
RIVER PLAY 69
How Much to Value Bet 70
When to Call a River Bet 72
Adjusting For Short-handed Play 74
The Next Stage: Limping and Calling Raises 76
CONCLUSION 77
WINNING AT HIGH-LIMIT CASH GAMES by Todd Brunson 79
INTRODUCTION 85
HOW MUCH TO BUY IN? 86
How Winning Influences Results 88
Rebuying Short When You're Losing 89
Buying and Rebuying Large 90
Risk Versus Reward 90
FIND YOUR OWN STYLE 91
IDENTIFY YOUR OPPONENTS 92
Tight-passive Players 93
Weak-loose Players 94
BLUFFING 96
Players To Bluff 97
Table Image 98
Bluff Reraises 98
Broken And Coordinated Flops 99
The Semibluff 102
VALUE BETTING 104
Playing a Set 106
TRAPPING 107
Trap Hands 109
Trap Hands and Domination 112
DEALING WITH MEGA-LOSS 125
CASH GAMES VERSUS TOURNAMENT PLAY 128
ALL OR NOTHING 130
THE BIG GAME 136
PLAYING NO-LIMIT HOLD'EM ONLINE by Erick 139
Lindgren
INTRODUCTION 145
HOW I STARTED ONLINE 146
ADVANTAGESOF PLAYING ONLINE 147
1. You Can Easily Join a Came 147
2. You Quickly Gain Experience 148
3. You Can Locate Ideal Opponents 148
ASSESSING YOUR OPPONENTS 149
FOCUSING ONLINE 150
BETTING PATTERNS 152
Maintain a Consistent Bet Size 153
Vary the Types of Hands You Play 154
Picking Up Betting Patterns 154
Advance Play Buttons 155
BUY-IN STRATEGIES 156
Short Stack Buy-In Theories and Strategies 157
Big Stack Buy-In Theories and Strategies 158
Understand Your Limits 161
STRATEGY AND TACTICS 162
Big Bets and Bluffs 162
Position and Junk Hands 163
Seeing Flops 164
Manipulating the Pot 164
Defending Against Overbets 165
GETTING INTO YOUR OPPONENT'S HEAD 166
Tough River Decisions 167
Protecting the Babies 168
Use Your Instincts 168
TAKING NOTES 169
PREFLOP TOURNAMENT TACTICS 171
The 2x Preflop Raise 171
Defending Against the 2x Raise 172
10 STRATEGIES FOR SHORT-STACKED TOURNAMENTS 173
1. Using the Reraise 174
2. Target Weak Players 175
3. Look to Flop Big 175
4. Getting Near the Money 176
5. Tighten Up When You're Losing 176
6. Position for the Big Money 177
7. Don't Take Unnecessary Risks Early 177
8. Playing the Middle Stages 177
9. Playing the Late Stages 178
10. Stages of the Tournament: Summary 179
ONLINE CHEATING? 179
WHEN TO STOP PLAYING ONLINE 180
MY BEST HAND 181
CONCLUSION 183
SHORT-HANDED ONLINE NO-LIMIT HOLD'EM CASH GAMES 185
by Paul Wasicka
INTRODUCTION 191
BANKROLL MANAGEMENT 192
WINNING FUNDAMENTALS 193
Playing Fewer Tables 193
Playing Regularly 193
Time of Day 193
Taking Notes 194
Table Selection 195
Multiple Sites 196
No Ego 196
Online Tilt 197
ACTUAL GAME STRATEGY 197
Adaptation 197
No Garbage 197
Stealing Blinds 199
Bluffing 199
Aggression 199
PLAYING STRATEGIES AND HAND RANGES 200
A Word About Strategies 200
The Bludgeoner 201
Getting Crafty 202
The Meta-game Style 204
HANDLING THE OTHER PLAYERS AT YOUR TABLE 206
Short-stackers 206
Isolating a Short Stack 208
Your Opponent is a Maniac 209
Tight Players 211
Players Who Are Better Than You 212
Players Who Are Worse Than You 212
ONLINE TELLS 213
SPECIFIC SITUATIONS 214
Flopping A Set 214
Perception 214
Squeezing 214
Small Pocket Pairs 215
Thinking Ahead 215
If It's Worth Playing, It's Worth Raising 215
CONCLUSION 216
MIXING IT UP by David Williams 217
INTRODUCTION 223
THE POWER OF BEING UNPREDICTABLE 224
The Problem With Being Predictable 225
Anatomy of a Hand 226
SETTING THIE GROUNDWORK FOR TRAPS 234
A Trap in Action 234
Playing Off a Previous Hand 237
UNDERSTANDING YOUR IMAGE 240
Environment, Perception and Image 242
Working Off Your Image 242
MAPPING OUT A PLAN 246
Weak/passive Players 247
Unbluffable Players 248
Players That Make a Lot of Moves 248
Top Tier Pros 248
BLUFFING CONCEPTS 249
Bluffing Conditions 249
Bluffing Principles 252
Check-raise Bluffs 253
PLAYING AGAINST PREDICTABLE PLAYERS 254
PLAYING AGAINST UNPREDICTABLE PLAYERS 255
Protecting Hands 256
Being the; Aggressive Player 257
TOURNAMENT CONCEPTS 262
Study Your Opponents 262
Opening Game Plan 263
Stack Size Dictates Play 265
Small Bluffs and Big Pots 266
The Mistake Factor 266
PLAYING THIE ALPHA MALE 267
Alpha Male Versus Alpha Male 270
Defending Against an Alpha Male 270
CHANGING GEARS 272
Anatomy of a Hand 3 274
PLAYING JUNK HANDS 276
Better Quality Junk? 278
MAKING MOVES 279
Taking Out Limpers 279
A Big Bold Move 280
The Reraise 281
Playing in the Dark 281
A FEW LESSONS FROM THE TOP PROS 282
Phil Ivey's Big Lesson 282
Daniel Negreanu's Big Lesson 282
Grinder's Big Lesson 283
CONCLUSION 284
SMALL BALL by Daniel Negreanu 287
SMALL BALL PHILOSOPHY 293
BLINDS AND ANTES 294
STARTING HANDS 296
Big Pairs 297
Middle Pairs 298
Small Pairs 298
A-K and A-Q 299
Aces and Paints 300
Ace-rag Suited 301
King-rag Suited and Queen-rag Suited 301
Suited Connectors 302
Trash Hands 304
BETTING 305
Introduction 305
Preflop Raising 305
Raise More Versus Tough Players 306
More Action for Less Money 307
Calling Rather Than Reraising 308
Dead Money Grabs 310
Playing Against a Reraise 315
Calling All-in Bets or Raises 317
Playing a Short Stack 320
FLOP PLAY 321
Introduction 321
Small Preflop Raises Can Win You More Money 322
After the Flop
Position: The Blackjack Analogy 327
Playing Drawing Hands on the Flop 329
Playing Marginal Hands After the Flop 334
Losing the Minimum 338
Small Ball Thinking 340
Keeping the Pot Small 343
Mixing Up Your Play on the Flop 349
Hit or Miss Flops 350
Manipulating the Pot Size 351
Checking Big Hands on the Flop 358
Calling on the Flop With Nothing Except the 361
Intention of Stealing The Pot Later
Waiting Until the Turn For More Information 367
Appearing to Play Weak Poker 372
TURN PLAY 374
Winning Pots With Position 374
The Johnny Chan Play 379
Check-raising the Turn 384
Representing Hands on the Turn 393
Calling With Drawing Hands on the Turn 398
Calling With Draws and Factoring in Bluff 406
Outs
Playing Top Pair and Overpairs on the Turn 412
Playing Overpairs Out of Position 412
Playing Overpairs in Position 416
Fundamental Tournament Concept 418
Looking for Tells 418
Four Tells to Look For 419
Giving Away Free Cards 421
Making a Weaker Play For Bigger 424
Considerations
RIVER PLAY 425
Introduction to River Play 425
Getting Maximum Value 426
Correct Value Bet Sizing 429
When Checking Wins More Than Betting 436
Betting For Value When Your Opponents Won't 439
Using the Defensive Bet 442
Laying Down Hands on the River 448
Where Pot Odds Misrepresent a Situation 450
Making Big Laydowns Based on Reads 453
'Fell-based Laydowns 455
Figuring Out the Correct River Bet 458
Recognizing Situations 460
Checking in Marginal Situations 466
Thoughts: In and Out of Position on the 469
River
Five Key River Questions 470
Bluffing 473
Summary 477
CONCLUSION 478
LAST WORDS by Daniel Negreanu 481
GLOSSARY 485