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Let There Be Range!: Crushing SSNL/MSNL No-Limit Holdem Games

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Small and midstakes NL makes up the fat majority of online poker cash games, so it’s no surprise that a variety of training aides are focused on that market. LTBR is a focused course on how to beat a limit range that roughly spans 1/2 to 5/10.
ebook, 81 pages
Published (first published November 15th 2008)
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B. A.
Oct 19, 2017 rated it really liked it
Once you get past the poor production values, the spelling and grammar issues and various other errors, and once you get your head around (or even just skip...) some of the math-heavy parts, this book is a must-read for someone that wants to get past the low-intermediate level of modern NLHE. (If you are at those levels, I suggest my own book "Thinkin' About No-Limit" by the way..sorry!)

While I don't agree with everything presented here, at least if translated from 6-max to full ring live games,
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Daniel
Dec 29, 2011 rated it really liked it
One of the turning points in the evolution of the modern style of play, this book was originally priced at nearly $2000 and still sells for nearly $1000.

It can be a little hard to read because of the grammatical errors that come along with early self-publishing, but it's a good read if you're still playing and thinking in the antiquated styles of Brunson, Sklansky, or Hellmuth and need to grow out of it. It's also a good read just for the special place it holds in documenting a game that was ch
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Timothy
Nov 21, 2014 rated it it was ok
Shelves: poker, textbook
The information was fine and presented reasonably well, but the assumptions made don't hold true at all for fishier games. Very much aimed at spots reg v reg. ...more
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Jul 31, 2018 rated it it was amazing
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Changed the nature of the poker landscape upon publication
Hussain Elius
May 09, 2012 rated it did not like it
Extremely technical. Better off reading The Theory of Poker if you are beginner to intermediate player. ...more
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