The Mathematics of Poker. Bill Chen, Jerrod Ankenman
ISBN: 1886070253,9781886070257 | 400 pages | 10 Mb
The Mathematics of Poker Bill Chen, Jerrod Ankenman
(To be more exact, it is mediated by symbols, including mathematical and linguistic ones). The Mathematics of Tournament Poker. Ces derniers mois, plusieurs chapitres du très attendu Mathematics of Poker circulaient sur diverses listes de discussion. First, I must say that I do not have an advanced understanding of mathematics and I don't know what category this quest. I was OK at maths, probability etc and I have found myself skimming vast sections of the section on Optimal Play. Over the last five to ten years, a whole new breed has risen to prominence within the poker community. Has anyone atually read this, or do. Sometimes you'll hear players say that you need a solid understanding of poker mathematics to win. Knowing all the esoteric odds and being a wizard at poker math won't provide you with a big advantage over your opponents. So any engagement with poker theory will almost always be processed through our conscious brain. Topics covered include cash games, online games, tournaments, poker math, theory, psychology of playing poker, hand reading and some material on Pot Limit Omaha. You guys never agree with me anyway so let the hating begin. The Mathematics of Poker pour jouer au poker. The bubble of a tournament occurs when the number of players left is one more than the number who gets paid. I am probably taking on way more than I should here, but what can I really lose.