Learn To Be A Winner !!!  - Poker books: 4 Books in 1- Beginner's Guide+ Tips and Tricks+ Simple and Effective Strategies+ Best Practices Kindle Edition - Free Download @ Amazon
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Learn To Be A Winner !!! - Poker books: 4 Books in 1- Beginner's Guide+ Tips and Tricks+ Simple and Effective Strategies+ Best Practices Kindle Edition - Free Download @ Amazon

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Found 10th FebEdited by:"Boz"
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Thanks Boz..
Original Poster
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Thanks Boz.
Learn how to be a winner.
Hmmm.... The 'Get Deal' button only takes me to the HUKD home page, and I can't find any 'Free' poker books by searching on Amazon UK??
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Techy121052 m ago

Hmmm.... The 'Get Deal' button only takes me to the HUKD home page, and I …Hmmm.... The 'Get Deal' button only takes me to the HUKD home page, and I can't find any 'Free' poker books by searching on Amazon UK??



still working just tried


Here's the link

amazon.co.uk/dp/…-21
Edited by: "Boz" 10th Feb
Aah, you big softie, Boz
ToastyBuns1 m ago

Aah, you big softie, Boz


Ok, my fat fingers somehow added that comment to this deal instead of the love poems!
Boz2 h, 19 m ago

still working just tried Here's the …still working just tried Here's the linkhttps://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0777H1T6S?tag=ho01f-21


Hey, thanks, it worked!

For some reason when I used the HUKD App it didn't take me to the Amazon page, but worked in my browser no problems.

Poker?
No, we only kissed and cuddled.
lukaszjambor1 h, 25 m ago

Don't play



Great advice, I made an average of £3500 a month last year, and I only played for around 30 weeks of the year...

...but yeah, don't play or learn or try
juicedtothegills11th Feb

Great advice, I made an average of £3500 a month last year, and I only …Great advice, I made an average of £3500 a month last year, and I only played for around 30 weeks of the year......but yeah, don't play or learn or try


What's your username and which site do you play on?
I've lifted (net winnings) around £20,000 over the past 15 years but I had my first break even year last year (think I netted around £30). 2 years ago I started with absolute zero and turned it into $1,000. The year before that I hit the "Dirty Dozen Jackpot" twice for €4,000 (you had to win 4 x 12 man Sit and Go's in a row.) I've also won I-Pods, books, days out and a trip to the England v Paraguay World Cup match in Germany so this game has been good for me.

The game is still beatable but the gravy train has left the station. I was completely self taught in those early days. I was 3 betting without the stone cold nuts long before it became fashionable for instance but things that took me months or years to work out on my own can be learned in a 20 minute Youtube video. It took me years by trial and error to set mine for instance, in just a single post on 2+2 I learned that I need 15/1 in position and 20/1 out of position to set mine properly.

Beating the game at a very high level is almost impossible nowadays. I really think table selection is the single most important thing you can do in this game. My background is in Sit and Go's and I still feel these are beatable with table selection but a $1.50 SnG on Stars is now at the same standard as a $50 SnG from 15 years ago. I've played both but my biggest regret in the early days is not playing enough of the latter. I was a bankroll nit, never risking anything I couldn't afford to lose. In fact as my zero to hero challenge proved, I've done it from freeroll money on most sites.

Username on Stars is Ovalman (only $2k profit but I like the 12% ROI graph in a large sample!) although I've had many names across many sites and games like the €2k Dirty Dozen wins are not recorded on tracking sites.

I don't play as much nowadays, mainly for fun. My hourly over the 15 years is just cents per hour. I'd much rather put my mind to other things like an app I'm developing. The game can be fun and profitable if taken seriously but the gravy train has left the station. Besides players improving, sites have increased rake (especially at the lowest stakes), tweaked tournament structures and introduced more lottery based games like Spin and Go's which the fish love because of the lottery factor. This keeps them away from the more skill based games like Sit and Go's in which they've no chance. Bad players are where your money comes from, not your own brilliance.

Thanks O/P, I'll get the books but don't know where I'll get the time from to read them. I'm sure there's something I'll pick pick up from them as learning is a critical part of the game.
From the collection 'Books for skint people'.
Deal me in. Thanks Boz
GlentoranMark6 h, 11 m ago

I've lifted (net winnings) around £20,000 over the past 15 years but I had …I've lifted (net winnings) around £20,000 over the past 15 years but I had my first break even year last year (think I netted around £30). 2 years ago I started with absolute zero and turned it into $1,000. The year before that I hit the "Dirty Dozen Jackpot" twice for €4,000 (you had to win 4 x 12 man Sit and Go's in a row.) I've also won I-Pods, books, days out and a trip to the England v Paraguay World Cup match in Germany so this game has been good for me.The game is still beatable but the gravy train has left the station. I was completely self taught in those early days. I was 3 betting without the stone cold nuts long before it became fashionable for instance but things that took me months or years to work out on my own can be learned in a 20 minute Youtube video. It took me years by trial and error to set mine for instance, in just a single post on 2+2 I learned that I need 15/1 in position and 20/1 out of position to set mine properly.Beating the game at a very high level is almost impossible nowadays. I really think table selection is the single most important thing you can do in this game. My background is in Sit and Go's and I still feel these are beatable with table selection but a $1.50 SnG on Stars is now at the same standard as a $50 SnG from 15 years ago. I've played both but my biggest regret in the early days is not playing enough of the latter. I was a bankroll nit, never risking anything I couldn't afford to lose. In fact as my zero to hero challenge proved, I've done it from freeroll money on most sites.Username on Stars is Ovalman (only $2k profit but I like the 12% ROI graph in a large sample!) although I've had many names across many sites and games like the €2k Dirty Dozen wins are not recorded on tracking sites.I don't play as much nowadays, mainly for fun. My hourly over the 15 years is just cents per hour. I'd much rather put my mind to other things like an app I'm developing. The game can be fun and profitable if taken seriously but the gravy train has left the station. Besides players improving, sites have increased rake (especially at the lowest stakes), tweaked tournament structures and introduced more lottery based games like Spin and Go's which the fish love because of the lottery factor. This keeps them away from the more skill based games like Sit and Go's in which they've no chance. Bad players are where your money comes from, not your own brilliance.Thanks O/P, I'll get the books but don't know where I'll get the time from to read them. I'm sure there's something I'll pick pick up from them as learning is a critical part of the game.


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Maybe im missing something but this tells a very different story. I checked another. $1k over 10,000 games just over 12% ROI with SNG. Decent.
Edited by: "Agahnim1" 11th Feb
Agahnim11 h, 3 m ago

[Image] Maybe im missing something but this tells a very different story


As noted below, you've filtered the last 120 days, not all my stats.

I've never had a losing year, take that as you will, I've no need to lie.

I made 1x $20 deposit way back in 2004 played $5 SnGs (not great bankroll management) and lost it all. The 2nd time I swapped $20 in funds and played first $1 50/50's and then discovered limit SnGs where the player pool was atrocious. Never deposited again (well not exactly true as I've deposited to take advantage of a bonus but I've always net withdrawn more than I've put in). Built my bankroll from there, coming 2nd in the Battle of the Planets Leaderboard as my best result but I regularly made the top 20 which was a great added bonus every week. I also won the Pokercast, came runner up and also placed well in a few Pokerschoolonline games which all aren't tracked but added to my takings from the site. When they removed the BOTP, I moved away from Stars. I still play there but hardly play any poker any more. Stars was not my only site, in fact much of the value lies elsewhere.

I'm a bonus wh0re, I'll make no bones about that. Free money always interests me and I was always on the look out for overlays and added money. Betfair has especially been kind for me, won a trip to Prague (which they cancelled so gave me £1k instead (just as well as I needed the funds) (username Fishintrips, Ongaming the win is still viewable) and 3 trips to London. Full hospitality. On Boyle I played their IPO twice, I'm especially happy with that as I've never deposited nor have I ever completed my KYC details (I think I had to show my passport to play the game which done the process for me).

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I've never claimed to be the best player, there are many better players out there than me. I don't want to play them. The game is harder than ever. I've always hovered around micro stakes because quite frankly, that's where the bad players are.

Only mugs gamble imo. I like odds in my favour.

Oh and just notice you've filtered for the past 120 days. Try filtering for the past 15 years, not just a small recent portion. As I say, I hardly play any more and it's just to pass an hour or so. Might play today though. One other point, my MTTs on Stars sucks but when I add my stats in on a variance calculator I'm running well under value. My SnG stats more than make up for that.

Post your own stats up for everyone.
Edited by: "GlentoranMark" 11th Feb
GlentoranMark1 h, 13 m ago

As noted below, you've filtered the last 120 days, not all my stats.I've …As noted below, you've filtered the last 120 days, not all my stats.I've never had a losing year, take that as you will, I've no need to lie. I made 1x $20 deposit way back in 2004 played $5 SnGs (not great bankroll management) and lost it all. The 2nd time I swapped $20 in funds and played first $1 50/50's and then discovered limit SnGs where the player pool was atrocious. Never deposited again (well not exactly true as I've deposited to take advantage of a bonus but I've always net withdrawn more than I've put in). Built my bankroll from there, coming 2nd in the Battle of the Planets Leaderboard as my best result but I regularly made the top 20 which was a great added bonus every week. I also won the Pokercast, came runner up and also placed well in a few Pokerschoolonline games which all aren't tracked but added to my takings from the site. When they removed the BOTP, I moved away from Stars. I still play there but hardly play any poker any more. Stars was not my only site, in fact much of the value lies elsewhere. I'm a bonus wh0re, I'll make no bones about that. Free money always interests me and I was always on the look out for overlays and added money. Betfair has especially been kind for me, won a trip to Prague (which they cancelled so gave me £1k instead (just as well as I needed the funds) (username Fishintrips, Ongaming the win is still viewable) and 3 trips to London. Full hospitality. On Boyle I played their IPO twice, I'm especially happy with that as I've never deposited nor have I ever completed my KYC details (I think I had to show my passport to play the game which done the process for me).[Image] I've never claimed to be the best player, there are many better players out there than me. I don't want to play them. The game is harder than ever. I've always hovered around micro stakes because quite frankly, that's where the bad players are.Only mugs gamble imo. I like odds in my favour.Oh and just notice you've filtered for the past 120 days. Try filtering for the past 15 years, not just a small recent portion. As I say, I hardly play any more and it's just to pass an hour or so. Might play today though. One other point, my MTTs on Stars sucks but when I add my stats in on a variance calculator I'm running well under value. My SnG stats more than make up for that.Post your own stats up for everyone.


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Thats mine. Nothing amazing. Had a 99th finish In the Sunday Million a while ago. It's not filtered to the last 120 days, below you can see lifetime results and biggest win etc. I also checked a SNG result checker like I said. I only checked stars because that's the only site you gave an ID for. No need to be so defensive
You doubted me, then changed your post, that's what annoyed me.

I've never played the Million, never have a bankroll for it. I'm a bankroll nit, hover around the micros and withdraw when I get something decent. It's not good bankroll management, several times I've had decent rolls but instead of playing higher, I've withdrawn and stayed the same. 10 years ago I was a $10 reg, today I'm a $1.50 reg. $10 were honestly easier back then. I've also discovered that the value isn't on Stars but on sites that are attached to gambling. Punters love a game in between football matches and races, they are the players I target.

There are a thousand just like me at higher stakes on Stars and SnGs are pretty much solved. At the stakes I play I'm actually one of the better ones but a table full of regs like me is a quick way to go broke. I'm no good at big field MTTs on Stars so maybe the Sunday Million isn't for me (I'm actually a loser at them which is a surprise considering my STT results but when I put my numbers into Pokerdope I can understand.)

For every winner, there are 2 losers (Sharkscope Stats) so breaking even in the game is an accomplishment in itself. Being one of the top 0.1% is just a dream for most.

Well done on your results btw, checked them out.

Here's a wee hand I played earlier: boomplayer.com/268…038

Thoughts? I'm unsure of the call. I counted 14 outs and it's a snap call in cash but my tourney is almost on the line and I guessed I was flipping. Those 14 outs may not have been clean, he may have had a set or a higher flush draw knowing the way that villains play at these stakes. I know with chips already committed it probably is a call but going broke early in these games is a big no no so I'm swaying towards a fold even though it ended up OK for me.
Thanx OP
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