D.SKLANSKY - THEORY OF POKER PDF

His book, The Theory of Poker , is considered to be one of best poker books of all time. Sklansky is truly a pioneer in the realm of applying mathematical principals to poker strategy. At the time of its release The Theory of Poker was unlike any publication that had come before it. Sklansky has authored or co-authored 13 books on poker, and more than 30 years after its release, The Theory of Poker is still relevant and essential reading for the poker player.

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His book, The Theory of Poker , is considered to be one of best poker books of all time. Sklansky is truly a pioneer in the realm of applying mathematical principals to poker strategy. At the time of its release The Theory of Poker was unlike any publication that had come before it. Sklansky has authored or co-authored 13 books on poker, and more than 30 years after its release, The Theory of Poker is still relevant and essential reading for the poker player.

Now 71 years old, Sklansky still plays the game, makes World Series of Poker appearances and even streams on Twitch from time to time. The game-theory optimal poker strategies of today are based on complex mathematical principals, but when Sklansky started playing poker in the s, a math-based approach to poker was unheard of.

Sklansky released the first version of The Theory of Poker in under a different title, and after a couple of revisions convinced his publisher to release the final version of the book in , with the more appropriate title:. Poker used to have a stigma to it. The Theory of Poker introduced concepts like expected value, semi-bluffing , optimum bluffing frequency, implied odds and reverse implied odds.

These concepts are all essential elements of modern poker strategy, but Sklansky was decades ahead of his time in applying these fundamentals to the game in the s and 80s. Note: Want to upgrade your poker skills? Get our free preflop charts and start playing like a pro before the flop. Download now! But in fact you have not lost, you have gained! Sklansky introduced the concept of theoretical win to the poker world with his Sklansky Bucks model, which calculates expected value based on hand equity.

Sklansky Bucks are a part of the overreaching concept of the Fundamental Theorem of Poker. The Sklansky Bucks model rewards us for making the right play and calculates our theoretical win based on equity. David Sklansky was a visionary with concepts like this, and one of the first poker authors to focus on not taking a results-oriented approach to poker.

He worked as an actuary for a short time before embarking on his eventual career path as a full-time gambler and author. His interaction with Ingram is fascinating and entertaining, as the pioneer of poker math talks shop with one of the best young poker players of the modern era. Ingram is one of the biggest proponents of GTO strategy, and his respect for Sklansky is clear throughout this interview.

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Fundamental theorem of poker

The fundamental theory of poker was put forward by professional poker player David Sklansky in the popular poker strategy book The Theory of Poker. David Sklasnky, The Theory of Poker. This particular poker theorem is different to the other ones described on this site, because it is a big general theorem as opposed to a smaller theorem that tells you what to do in X situation. Nonetheless, it is pretty straight forward, and it is a cornerstone of every winning poker player's game. No doubt about it; the fundamental theorem of poker always has been and always will be a concrete theorem in the world of poker. So there's no excuses for not learning this one. Imagine that the next time you play Texas Hold'em , all of your opponents' holecards will be turned up so that you can see them.

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The Theory of Poker

Note: While reading a book whenever I come across something interesting, I highlight it on my Kindle. Later I turn those highlights into a blogpost. It is not a complete summary of the book. These are my notes which I intend to go back to later. Each time it comes up heads, you win; each time it comes up tails, you lose. Therefore, your mathematical expectation is precisely zero since you cannot expect, mathematically, to be either ahead or behind after two flips or after flips.

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