Doyle Brunson's Super System (英語) ペーパーバック – 2002/12/1
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Twice-world champion and Hall of Famer Doyle Brunson and five leading experts in their various specialties tell you when to raise, call, bet, and fold at hold 'em (limit and no-limit), 7-stud (high and low), draw poker, and lowball.
Collaborators David "Chip" Reese, Mike Caro, David Sklansky, Joey Hawthorne, and former world champion Bobby Baldwin. This treatise on professional-level poker is the result of over 10,000 hours of labor by the world's greatest players and theorists and has never been equaled in scope or value. This is the must-have book for serious poker players.
This system worked well back in the 1970s, and probably the 1980s and 1990s, but once Chris Moneymaker won the World Series of Poker and so many people flooded the poker market, it led to a great deal of passion for the game, and those who were most passionate educated themselves as much as possible -- including Super System.
This altered the game, and the aggressive style Doyle used to implement won't be as effective because there are now many counter-strategies. If you have watched Doyle play over the past decade, you can see that even he doesn't apply the Super System he created, simply because the game has changed.
All that said, it's a highly recommended read for any poker player because it will create a strong fundamental base of knowledge. The first section about Doyle and his road to poker can also be inspirational. Just be sure you're ready to fully commit to the game. Otherwise, it will be an expensive hobby.
This book not only covers Texas Hold Em but pretty much every type of card game you'd want to bet on, with winning strategies and techniques behind them all.
If you're interested in Texas Hold Em at all (or any of the numerous other games covered in this books pages) you should absolutely buy this book. It will elevate your skills and make you a real terror at the table on your buddies next poker night.
You do have more than just NLH in here, so if you are not familiar with some other game, this is a very good jumping off point. I just wouldnt pick this up as my ONLY book, not anymore. If you want improvement, this will still help, but, if you are already banging heads against players in higher buy-in tourneys, its value is more of bits n pieces you can still add to your repotoire , and pull out when the play looks right. I have about a dozen NLH books, last was written only 2 yrs ago, and author said IT might be out of date by about NOW... i would hold ON to this book ( and will ) , as things go in cycles, and 10 yrs DOWN the road, this might be just what you want to re-read.