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Expectation And Hourly RateThe Fundamental Theorem Of PokerThe Ante StructurePot OddsEffective OddsImplied Odds and Reverse Implied OddsThe Value of DeceptionWin the Big Pots Right AwayThe Free CardThe Semi-BluffDefense Against the Semi-BluffRaising
Check-RaisingSlowplayingLoose and Tight PlayPositionBluffingGame Theory and BluffingInducing and Stopping BluffsHands-Up On The EndReading HandsThe Psychology of PokerAnalysis at the TableEvaluating the Game

 

    EXPECTATION AND HOURLY

        Mathematical Expectation in Poker \ Hourly Rate

    THE FUNDAMENTAL THEOREM OF POKER

        "Mistakes'' According to The Fundamental Theorem of Poker

    THE ANTE STRUCTURE

        Large Antes \ Small Antes

    POT ODDS

        Exposed Cards \ Position \ Extra Outs \ Drawing to the Second-Best Hand

    EFFECTIVE ODDS

        Situations When Effective Odds Need Not Apply

    IMPLIED ODDS AND REVERSE IMPLIED ODDS

        Implied Odds in Pot-Limit and No-Limit Games \ Reverse Implied Odds

    THE VALUE OF DECEPTION

        Deception and the Ability of your Opponents \ Deception and the Number of Opponents in the Pot

    WIN THE BIG POTS RIGHT AWAY

        Betting (or Raising ) to Drive Opponents Out \ Delaying One Round to drive Opponents Out

    THE FREE CARD

        Giving or Not Giving a Free Card in Practice \ Getting a Free Card

        Giving or Not Giving a Free Card With a Marginal Hand

    THE SEMI BLUFF

        Advantages of the Semi-Bluff  \ Semi-Bluff and Pure Bluff  \ When Not to Semi-Bluff

    DEFENSE AGAINST THE SEMI BLUFF

        The Difficulty of Defending Against the Semi-Bluff  \ When to Fold and When to Raise

        The Semi-Bluff Raise as a Defense Against the Semi-Bluff

    RAISING

        Geeting More Money In the Pot By Not Raising \ Raising to Drive Out Opponents

        Raising to Bluff or Semi-Bluff  \ Raising to Get a Free Card \ Raising Versus Folding or Calling

        Raising to Drive Out Worse Hands When Your Own May Be Second-Best

    CHECK RAISING

        Necessary Conditions for Check-Raising \ Check-Raising With a Second-Best Hand

    SLOWPLAYING

        Requirements for Slowplaying

    LOOSE AND TIGHT PLAY

        Tight Games

    POSITION

        Pot Odds \ Exposed Cards \ Position \ Extra Outs \ Drawing to the Second-Best Hand

    BLUFFING

        The Reality of Bluffing \ Bluffs When There are More Cards to Come \ Bluffs When All the Cards are Out

        Bluffing Against Two or More Opponents \ Bluffing According to Your Opponent

    GAME THEORY AND BLUFFING

        Using Game Theory to Bluff  \ Optimum Bluffing Strategy \ Using Game Theory to Call Possible Bluffs

        Game Theory and Bluffing Frequency According to Your Opponents

    INDUCING AND STOPPING BLUFFS

        Strategic Techniques

    HEADS UP ON THE END

        Last Position Play \ First Position Play

    READING HANDS

        Reading Hands on the Basis of Your Opponents’ Play and Exposed Cards

        Using Mathematics to Read Hands \ Reading Hands in Multi-Way Pots

    THE PSYCHOLOGY OF POKER

        Calling on the Basis of What Your Opponent Thinks \ Psychology and Future Impressions

    ANALYSIS AT THE TABLE

        Analysis in Practice \ Analyzing the Cost of a Mistake

    EVALUATING THE GAME

        Evaluating the Players and Adjusting to Them

 

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