Action. What most poker players crave. The more they play, the more they need. Understanding this principle, one sees how poker’s recent. Alive4r. Alive4r’s picture. Collin Moshman: Heads-Up No-Limit Hold ’em. Has anyone of you read this book and what do you think about it? Top. Heads-Up No-Limit Hold ’em has 90 ratings and 4 reviews. Al said: Excellent read. Does an Collin Moshman (Goodreads Author). · Rating details ·

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For most of the book, Moshman tends not to differentiate too greatly between cash games and tournaments, as much of his advice tends to apply equally well to both formats. Stephan Lamoureux rated it it was amazing Nov 27, The third part, “Pot Size Manipulation,” introduces the useful “bets-per-hand” concept to help one arrive at an ultimate pot size that fits with one’s goals for a particular hand. Want to Read saving….

Iago rated it really liked it Dec 28, When he calls, you lead out on any flop for a one-half to two-thirds pot bet. Taras Petruk rated it liked it Dec 07, These discussions range from the general e.

Maybe because it’s the only book on HU NL hold’ em?

Heads-Up No-Limit Hold ’em : Collin Moshman :

Poker Off Season in Vegas. You might call if the raise was small and the stacks deep enough that the implied odds to draw to your five-outer the three tens and two eights were there, but generally, when an opponent plays back at you in this situation, give him credit moshan a hrads hand and fold.

Biblofilter rated it liked it Jun 12, But against a different mozhman of opponent, this play can and should become a money loser. Your opponent plays a solid tight-aggressive style, raising about 50 percent of his hands preflop, and you have been inactive facing button raises. The last two parts “step back” so to speak to discuss broader issues, “The Metagame” Part Six and “Career Play” Part Sevenadding more worthwhile advice regarding issues like pace-setting, tilt control, timing tells, among other issues specific to heads-up play.


Following up on last year’s well-received Sit ‘n Go StrategyCollin Moshman has responded to this trend with another helpful strategy guide, this time specifically geared toward heads-up play. This part collects twenty or so short chapters that mohman on a wide variety of heads-up heds issues. With more heads-up matches available, becoming proficient in them is highly profitable.

Jose Aguilar rated it really liked it Jan 04, Other useful concepts emerge here in the context of pot control, including “process of elimination” when deciding between available options and “price-setting the river” i. Next, suppose our opponent was much weaker, perhaps tight-passive. Manipulate the pot size based on your hand and your opponent, 4.

If he plays back before the flop, you fold. Play and exploit the most common playing styles 3.

Heads-Up No-Limit Hold ’em: Expert Advice for Winning Heads-Up Poker Matches by Collin Moshman

The book then concludes with appendicies containing information about preflop hand probabilities, drawing odds, and starting hand rankings. To continue our discussion facing button raises, we now address hheads in more detail.

Also, we’re witnessing both cash game players and those who specialize in tournaments increasingly making co,lin choice to play against fewer opponents, thereby seeking games in which one can and should play a higher percentage of hands. Kevin Winkler rated it really liked it Jan 22, User Account Sign in.

And finally, remember that the small three-bet is an advanced play to be used sparingly against players who are both aggressive and perceptive.

Against such a small reraise, it is unlikely your opponent will fold preflop. Heads-up confrontations can occur in any heasd, even when every seat is occupied.

Blekknajt rated it really liked it Oct 23, Because even if you’re not one of those players constantly hoping to find action, if you’re playing poker, the action will find you.


Want to Moshmwn Currently Reading Read. Part Five, “Cash and Tournament Formats,” does address certain factors that are distinct to each, such as the increasing blinds, the ability to rebuy, and the rake. And against a flat-call and missed flop, we will be coloin a huge pot, out of position, generally facing colllin overcards. Andy Hollon rated it really liked it Jun 04, This text is the first strategy book devoted to no-limit heads-up play.

Fortunately for most people H to H is a noshman experience so this may not be a great deal of help to many people. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Las Vegas Life with Kristy Arnett: The book is organized into seven parts, beginning with “The Fundamentals. Books by Collin Moshman.

Manipulate the pot size based on your hand and your opponent 4. Even an intermediate skill player where I would consider myself is likely to improve their Excellent read. It is in this part that Moshman answers a common tournament-related question regarding the notion of “effective stack sizes. Thanks for telling us about the problem.

Attack button limps, bluff multiple streets, and aggress in the most profitable manner, 5. On colkin cash side, more players are also selecting short-handed ring games.

Poker Book Classics: Heads-Up No Limit Hold’em by Collin Moshman

Unless your opponent connects with the flop in some way, he will usually concede the hand. Moshman does cover what he calls the “accidental heads-up” situation that arises in full ring games e. First, suppose our hand was A 2 rather than 4 4.

Oleg Savelev rated it did not like it Oct 22,