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Small Buy-In Tournaments - Part III

Rebuys, Add-ons, and Related Topics

by Steve Zolotow |  Published: Apr 25, 2007


I have always maintained that one of the best ways to improve at poker is to read about it. Don't read poker books like mystery novels, zipping along to find out "who done it." It is important to approach each new poker book as if it's a combination of a puzzle book and a textbook. The puzzles are the hands and situations the author discusses. Your job is to try to find your own solutions, compare them to his, and then evaluate who is correct. The text is really the author's theories and logic of what is correct and why, but unlike most textbooks, there will be some errors. It is up to you to learn from the areas in which he is right without being misled by the areas in which he is wrong.

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