Mastering Small Stakes No-Limit Hold’em: Strategies to consistently beat small stakes poker tournaments and cash games

September 17, 2019 - Comment

There is a lot of money to be made at small stakes no-limit hold’em because… surprise, surprise… most of the players aren’t very good. However, few players understand exactly how to exploit these games. Competent players who generally play larger stakes will, of course, beat them. But they won’t beat them for nearly as much

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There is a lot of money to be made at small stakes no-limit hold’em because… surprise, surprise… most of the players aren’t very good.

However, few players understand exactly how to exploit these games. Competent players who generally play larger stakes will, of course, beat them. But they won’t beat them for nearly as much as they ought to. Why? Because they don’t understand how to adjust correctly.

Playing a solid, competent, decently aggressive style is a strategy that will be profitable. That said, you should not be content with just beating these games – you should be absolutely crushing them. The trick to doing this is to disregard a lot of “correct” poker and get way out of line at the right times. The methods required are far from obvious or intuitive but in Mastering Small Stakes No-Limit Hold’em Jonathan Little explains them in great detail.

Jonathan constructs a basic strategy to crush small stakes games and also identifies the adjustments that need to be made when facing more competent opposition.

You need this book if…

* You frequently play small stakes no-limit hold’em
* You usually play larger stakes but (especially live) often have to make do with smaller stakes games
* You play tournaments (such as WSOP events) that feature numerous recreational players

Comments

Anonymous says:

Great Book. Like other reviewers have said Great Book. Like other reviewers have said, its hard work. This book requires real study !There is a lot to be said about learning by repetition. The book constantly refers to range charts, so much so, that by the end that is the way you are thinking constantly when playing. It took me about 1 month to read this book. The next tournament I played, i absolutely crushed Day 1 of a large tourney, doing exactly what Jonanthan says to do against all manner of “calling stations” and…

Anonymous says:

A must read for students of the game of poker. I guess you’re browsing here it’s because either you want to improve your poker, or you know someone who does. If so, this is a book you should purchase. However this advice comes with a proviso. You wouldn’t buy a golfing advice book written by Tiger Woods and expect to win The Open, so don’t expect this book to instantly transform your game. What I can say, is that if you’re prepared to read, explore and think about the advice here, you are likely to enjoy some positive results (I certainly…

Anonymous says:

good book you’ve got to be dedicated full of great stuff but takes a while to read if you want to get it in your head and keep it there

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