BigOとPLO8の戦略本。基本的な戦略概念の解説に加え、NLHEプレイヤーが陥りがちな戦術面、思考面の誤りにもページを割く。/ Scoop!: Big O and PLO8: Winning High Low Concepts for the Hold'em Mind (Volume 1)
Big O and PLO8: Winning High Low Concepts for the Hold'. Scoop!: This 3 volume set, coupled with Jeff Hwang's first book, Pot-Limit Omaha: The Big Play Strategy, are the stone cold nuts when it comes to the fun game of Pot-Limit Omaha
He is the author of the book “PLO8 Revealed” the first book dedicated to the game and. Making Sense of No Limit Hold'Em 3rd Edition: Adaptations. Easy Game: Making Sense of No Limit Hold'Em 3rd Edition: Adaptations
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extremely well written. this book plo8 book somewhat nitty but exactly what you want for full table plo at bricks and mortar casinos. and jeff does a great see more on this.
plo8 book would give one proviso and that is that you shouldn't use this book for 6-max online. better of course to have a redraw to a full house jeff's good spr work has been in cardplayer.
great book maybe someone, even jeff, can clarify as to his plo8 book in later plo books ciaffone's book is really good too, plo8 book very basic.the plo8 section is really well done too. one of his later books though has alot of good info on spr. basically there comes a point where you've put some much money in the pot that it's fine to go with your jack high flush and hope for the best. naked aces aren't really that valuable jeff did some later books but they are to certain degree about six max. free roll is situations like when you have the nut straight but there is a flush draw out there. i see it as a free add-on to the plo section and it seems like it is a nice synthesis of the information out there on plo plo-8 has alot more subtelty i think. it seems like any nut straight you have on a flush draw board has some chance of a free roll. not sure if it's behind a subscription wall or not these days. but i wouldn't go overboard on worrying about it myself. the above paragraph gets into the basic gist of the book's strategy. a 10 to King high flush the other basic of plo strategy is that you want alot of different ways to make a strong hand. anyway, that game is often 4 or 5 handed and then it's a rakefest with almost no winners and i'll go as far as to say no statistically significant winners whatsoever until you get way up in stakes. one area where i think he may go a bit far is his worry about free rolls.