# Essential Poker Math: Fundamental No Limit Hold’em Mathematics You Need To Know

Poker Math Is Easy to Learn Poker math is a vitally important aspect to No Limit Holdem poker, but it is often overlooked or simply not used because many poker players fear it is too difficult to learn. I’m here to tell you it is not. In fact, fundamental poker math is very easy to

Poker Math Is Easy to Learn

Poker math is a vitally important aspect to No Limit Holdem poker, but it is often overlooked or simply not used because many poker players fear it is too difficult to learn. I’m here to tell you it is not. In fact, fundamental poker math is very easy to learn. More importantly, it can yield you a lot more profits at the poker table. Without using simple math at the poker table, you are simply playing a guessing game.

Use Simple Math at the Poker Table and Increase You Winnings

In this book I will teach you how to use simple arithmetic at the poker table to gain a huge skill advantage over your opponents that will allow you to win more and lose less. Poker players that don’t use math are simply guessing and you’ll learn to no longer guess and know the right mathematical move at the poker table. These simple mathematical concepts I will be teaching you will drastically help improve your poker game and allow you to make the most profitable decisions at the poker.

Contents and Overview

First you will be introduced to some fundamental overarching poker concepts that apply to poker mathematics. Then we will begin our journey into poker mathematics where you will learn about probabilities and odds, pot odds and implied odds, pot equity, and expected value. You will then learn how to quickly estimate your equity at the poker table using the Rule of 2 & 4. Moreover, you’ll learn the steps involved in determining if calling with a drawing hand is profitable or not. We will also cover how to size your bets with the best hand and teach you how often bluffs and hero calls need to work to be profitable. Lastly, we will show you how to perform EV calculations and better understand card combinations.

Effectively Understand and Utilize Essential Poker Math

Develop a keen understanding of Probability and Odds

Learn to quickly calculate Pot Odds & Implied Odds at the poker table

Effectively use Pot Equity & The Rule of 2 & 4 to Determine the correct poker play

Understand how to use Expected Value (EV) both on and off the table to analyze your plays

Learn the important math behind Bluffs & Hero Calls to give you a skill advantage over your opponent

Learn Card Combinations to further enhance your card reading abilities

And Many More Amazing Topics…

What You Will Get out of This Book

Suitable for both beginning and experienced poker players alike you’ll learn many essential fundamental poker mathematical concepts that will help you drastically improve your poker game. After reading this book, you will have mastered fundamental No Limit Holdem mathematics. You will have gained a huge skill advantage over your opponents and you will be able to quickly and effectively use math at the poker table to make are always the most profitable move. Most importantly, you will become a much better and profitable poker player!

So what are you waiting for?

Purchase this book today to start learning how to advance your poker game with simple poker math!

A solid purchaseA good purchase for poker beginners or even intermediates who want to learn the fundamental mathematical tricks and equations for calculating odds, percentages and outs on the spot. Could do with more opportunities for testing the tips you’ve just read, but this can be done in your own time anyway.(The text is large so don’t expect it to last you a long haul flight. Although the nature of its content means you’ll probably be coming back to this book anyway!)Written to be used along side a Udemy course.This is a good book however it is written for supplemental reading for a Udemy course. I looked at other poker maths books before buying this one and can’t help but feel they would of been better.It is a good starting point but without taking the course (which I am not) I can’t help but feel I missing out.Nice IntroNice introduction to mathematics of poker.