Published December 1, 2007
by Lyle Stuart .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
Now, in Your Worst Poker Enemy, psychologist Dr. Alan Schoonmaker shows you how to reap the full benefits of the poker knowledge you already have by helping you to identify and stop psychologically based mistakes. This must-have book also features detailed sections that examine crucial points far beyond the scope of most other poker strategy 4/5(24). Read Schoonmaker's “Your Best Poker Friend” of Schoonmaker by purchasing the book on Amazon. A little about the author: Dr. Alan Schoonmaker is well-known psychologist who taught at the several universities and conducted the research activities. Besides that he regularly wrote a poker psychology column at Poker : Cardmates. The book will give you the ability to see the tournament play in a whole new light through a series of examples and detailed analysis of various difficult spots. You will see how to adjust for anything that comes your way, from early stages to end-game approach and detailed hand analyzes. Show me this book! 4. Winning Poker Tournaments One Hand. Re: Your Best Poker Friend? I was in a couple of Borders last night (got to love money saving coupons) and I did a search of poker books on their lookup system. A lot of them (including Dr. Al's latest) are not available in the stores and have to be ordered.
'The poker culture is still anti-introspective,' claims Dr. Alan Schoonmaker, author of 'Your Best Poker Friend: Increase Your Mental Edge.' 'Poker players focus on learning strategy and reading. Poker players who read Dr. Alan Schoonmaker’s groundbreaking Your Worst Poker Enemy learned that many of their mistakes at the table were psychological, not strategic. Now he’s taking his program even further to help you get the outstanding results you want—and deserve. Wait—So Who Is My Best Poker Friend? You are, of course! Dr. In Your Best Poker Friend Schoonmaker takes the program to the next level. Beyond tricks, beyond strategy, this book delves deeper into the the mind of the player and helps them to understand that their best poker friend is actually themselves! The judges were given a list of of the most popular poker books of all time and were asked to rate a maximum of 10 books: classics that cover everything from the maths to the mental side, the strategy to the psychology. presents: the top 86 poker books of all time!
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