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|Posté le: Mar 5 Déc - 09:28 (2017) Sujet du message: Mid-advanced poker content? Where to go after the basics?
I own both Matthew Janda's books and I have been reading them recently. I find myself often confused by the content of the book and I understand it is because I am not an advanced player.
I've read all the Harrington on cash games, the live version and online version but I think some part are outdated.
I'd like to find a book/site that learn non-basic and non-advanced stuff. Something right in the middle for players like me who struggle with medium-level stuff. I am playing 25nl-50nl online and most of the time I crush these stakes but I have a hard time knowing why I do things. I do them because I know how to exploit my opponent but that's pretty much it.
Where should I get my knowledge now? My goal is to read both Janda's book again and understand at 100% the content. Is there a good book somewhere? Coaching.
I didn't find the right solution from the internet.
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