Is Supersystem 2 an updated, more thoroughed version of Supersystem or is it a completion of the first No Limit Hold’em by Doyle Brunson. I picked up Poker Wisdom of a Champion for more of Doyle’s home spun styles that could easily be renamed “Harrington, Brunson, Lindgren. Zacząłem grać w Pokera, oczywiście już przeczytałem ABC na . Doyle Brunson’s Super System – A Course in Power Poker (Doyle Brunson).pdf.

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Chip’s Stud chapter alone makes SS1 worth having. It’s Jacks or better to open, with a Joker. Sometimes it seems like they are playing a game dotle chicken. Its overriding message that aggression is key still holds true today, as Dotle points out. Seven Card Stud by Chip Reese. So you can decide for yourself whether it could be useful for you.

Originally Posted by pawppy Is Supersystem 2 an updated, more thoroughed version of Supersystem or is it a completion of the first volume?

Send a private message to Lambique. Not mentioning the war. Find Threads Started by dismalstudent Vol I, being written in the 70’s, includes 7-stud and 5 card draw. Send a private message to Gonzirra.

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Callers and checkers rarely win, betters and raisers do. Overall, SSI is obsolete. Super System still relevant Hi folks, Even though Super Systems was published some 30 years ago, do you think suepr is still relevant in today’s cash games? The main forums are here. Find More Posts by ltin. Read “Positively Fifth Street.


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Super System – Summary please [Re: Without starting another thread of books and order to read. Super Doyoe still relevant. I also like the book for old time’s sake. January 14th, You probably don’t want to try some of the things it suggests against the loose-passive or loose-aggressive players that are much more prevalent in today’s game than weak-tight players.

The book is headlined by Doyle Brunson, the greatest poker player of all supre and the Godfather of Poker along with no-limit legend Phil Helmuth, holder of 14 WSOP bracelets, the most championships ever. Hi folks, Even though Super Systems was published some 30 years ago, do you think it is still relevant in today’s cash games?

There’s no qualifier like “Eight or better” for Low. These are not stories about the mechanics of gambling, but instead, as Doyle Brunson notes in the introduction, these are tales that both engage the reader with lively writing and deal with fundamental human concerns: You are not logged in. What Doyle wrote was true then about how he plays and why he does it.

Any semi-resonable hand get played to the hilt: January 16th, The world’s greatest poker players give powerful advice on beating poker in the most popular styles including tournaments, cash games, no-limit, limit and pot-limit hold’em, Omaha high-low and PLO7-card stud razz, high-lowand triple draw Superstars of Poker features winning strategies and professional secrets from the world’s greatest players.


Peoples Republic of Minnesota. Originally Posted by VBrounder. Well yeah because in NLHE basically aggression is how you win. Thanks a lot for that link. The NL hold’em section is the same, but slightly edited for readability.

Books like Doyle Brunson’s Super System 2: A Course in Power Poker

This allows you to get your big hands paid off because people will start to call you down lighter because of your aggressive image and just like Doyle says, you wont always be the one in there with the worst hand. Find Threads Started by LirvA. The stories deal with the most profound dooyle human p I have chosen not to read it, in sysyem of other authors for now. Otherwise, buy SS2 or avoid both books altogether. Send a private message to FoldALot.

Send a private message to dismalstudent Other than that though, SS describes games that are very different to the ones you’ll find today.

Originally Posted by nevadanick. Had more to do with glworden’s comments about the evolution of ‘aggression’. Gelford Regular Joe Reged: