MIT Holdem Poker Count System Review

Are you looking to improve your Texas Holdem game? I know I am, and after reading many holdem poker guides on the internet, I’ve realized that many of them are very similar and are not very helpful. One very interesting poker system I’ve tried is the MIT Holdem Point Count System. In this review article, I plan to preview the contents of this system and tell you about my experience with this product.

MIT Holdem Point Count System

This system is written into a 7 chapter downloadable ebook, by Ray Seakan, a professional poker player with 18 years of experience. In the introduction, the author starts off by talking about himself and how he had firstly developed a blackjack system, before finally developing this poker point count system. I was personally quite impressed with the author, given the amount of work he had put into creating his system.

The guide then goes on to explain his system, and why it works fundamentally. After reading the explanation of why the system works, I became quite excited and convinced with this in-depth system. It decides for you your course of action based on mathematical percentages of each 2 card hand winning against a table of opponents. It is adjusted for table position, number of players and how many opponents fold ahead of you.

After taking all the above factors into consideration, you will arrive at a number of points. The points addition process is fully explained in the guide. It is 100% mechanical and requires no discretion on the user’s part. You do need to memorize the point count system if you do not play the e-book open.

Chapter 3 is the system counting rules. This is exactly where you’ll learn how to add points based on your table position, and then your hand strength. With your derived number of points, if it is below a certain number, you’ll fold. There are 3 other ranges of points that would determine whether you call or raise. Then it goes on to run through several useful examples to help you understand the system better.

Chapter 4 explains how to apply the point count system to blind hands. It provides very good rules to keep you out of trouble in blind positions. The rest of the chapters talk about advanced concepts of the MIT Holdem Point Count System.

Conclusion

After using the MIT Holdem Point Count System for several days, I would say that it has certainly helped me get more success with poker. Using the point count system, I have been stopped from playing hands that I might have played otherwise and lost in the end. It is also highly recommended that you do not adjust the point system, as I’ve had experiences whereby I adjusted the point system just to try and play more hands. Over the long run, I’ve concluded that it does not pay to do so.

Discipline is extremely vital to this system. The author clearly stresses this point in the final few chapters of the e-book.

500 Paulson National Poker Series Poker Chips Review

Have you ever been playing poker at home and just don’t feel the adrenaline like when you’re watching the final table of the WSOP on television? A group of us were playing recently and you could just tell there wasn’t that mystic feel in the air. It was basically just another night of getting together. Unfortunately, the atmosphere was like we were all cramming for a final exam instead of playing a little Texas Holdem.

So after collecting the usual ante fees for hosting our get together three nights a week, it was time to make a change. Something that would bring the interest back and get others to come play as well. To start out there was a lot of searching on the Internet for anything that would catch a player’s attention. That’s when the 500 Paulson National Poker Series Chips came across the Google search engine results.

Needless to say, the name was catchy, but when the page came up and that fantastic looking Casino Poker Chips mahogany case was right in front of us we were definitely intrigued. See, the only nice looking thing we had for our friends and family that come over were these cold frosty mugs we picked up in Texas. Other than that, our basement is unfinished, we have an old couch, enough chairs, and kitchen table that does the job.

Let’s just say the week after the 500 Paulson National Poker Series Poker Chips got to the house, we ended up playing for 12 hours straight. Six at night until six in the morning and to be honest, no one really wanted to quit. We all just had to work in a couple hours. While this was true and everyone was weary, the compliments kept rolling in one by one about these Custom Poker Chips as people left. There were so many, we’re not sure where to begin.

The one we got the most was about the denominations. The whole of the compliment was that everyone enjoyed playing with real chips that had $1, $5, $25, $100 denominations on them. Heck, there is even one for $1000 that many of us have never seen (by the way, it’s yellow). They’re conveniently placed on the Clay Poker Chips as well. When you open up your mahogany chip case, there’s a nice tray layout of the 500 Paulson National Poker Series Poker Chips.

Hey, these Wholesale Poker Chips chips were great. It’s just the case has this mysterious appeal to it that everyone talked about all night. You actually get a key and can keep it locked or tucked away somewhere. However, since everyone knows everyone in our group, we kind of displayed it like a piece of art. It even has two brass handles, one on each side that you can use to carry it like in big tournaments instead of tucked under your arm like a football.

No matter who reads this, you will find the 500 Paulson National Poker Series Poker Chips being one of the best poker investments you ever made. In our case, it looked extremely nice compared to the furniture in the basement, so we decided to start saving all the time. This way we can invest in new poker tables, chairs, and anything else we all need to feel comfortable and keep that “fun” feeling alive and well. Looks like we’re headed in the right direction.

Poker Book Review – All In – An E-guide To No Limit Texas Hold’em by Amarillo Slim Preston

I am really not much of a book reviewer but I would like to share this with you. While visiting Amarillo Slim’s new website http://amarilloslim.org I came across Amarillo Slim’s new ebook, All In: An E-guide To No Limit Texas Hold’em, I believe it to be the greatest and most educational book on poker yet. With so many books about poker on the market at first I was skeptical, figuring old Slim was just trying to cash in on the poker craze like everyone else but then I read the book and found It is just simply written and easy to understand. The chapter on hand odds is worth the price of the book, much less the starting hands and tells chapters that give a special insight to a great poker mind at work and a story you will not want to miss. this book also dives into many other aspects of poker including psychology, table position, and of course finding games you can beat. This book was not only informative but very entertaining.

So if you are looking for some good reading or a poker lesson that you actually learn something from, this is the book for you.

Amarillo Slim Preston is a true poker legend, member of five halls of fame, winner of five WSOP bracelets, including the WSOP Championship in 1972. Besides poker, he is also known as a world class billiard’s player and one of the most publicized proposition gamblers in history, making him one of the most successful and recognizable gamblers the world has ever known.