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by G. Ed Conly

eBook Profiling Poker "Nitwits" epub
  • ISBN: 0970546629
  • Author: G. Ed Conly
  • Genre: No category
  • Publisher: G. Ed Conly (January 27, 2003)
  • Pages: 160 pages
  • ePUB size: 1593 kb
  • FB2 size 1913 kb
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by G. Ed Conly (Author). This book gives you the tools that experts employ to 'profile' poker opponents, like the . I profiles criminals.

by G. You will also be able to use these techniques to quickly, accurately pinpoint tendencies in your opponents and profit from them.

Then, I came across Profiling Poker "Nitwits", read it, and tried these ideas as well with my game, and now my win rate has doubled!

Profiling Poker Nitwits book.

Profiling Poker Nitwits book.

Title: Profiling Poker "Nitwits". Publisher: G. Ed Conly. Publication Date: 2003. He won the National Poker Room Employees Texas Hold'em Tournament in Mesquite, Nevada in 1998. Since that time Conly's focus has been on the psychology and mental fabric of poker players.

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Haven't you always wanted to understand what the 'nitwits' at your table are thinking to make them play the way they do? This book gives you the tools that experts employ to 'profile' poker opponents, like the F.B.I profiles criminals. You will also be able to use these techniques to quickly, accurately pinpoint tendencies in your opponents and profit from them.
Comments: (6)
Gir
I didn't find much use for this book. This author's explanations on "profiling" will not help anyone who has basic common sense. The profiling facts offered don't translate into real help in beating the types of poker players we often confront. e.g. I'll paraphrase one profile: -People who refuse to tip the dealer after winning a hand are cheap and self-centered. People who do tip are typically compassionate and more likely to have a feel for what other people are doing. Do you want one more? OK. -People who dress smartly, wear expensive clothes and play in low-stakes poker games probably don't care as much about the money involved than the thrill of playing the game. If these common sense facts are new to you, and you think they can help you play better, then buy this book. If not, save your money.
Domarivip
This is a pretty short book that I believe lacks substance. I guess it is good to think about some of the items, but the entire book could have been summarized in 3 or 4 pages. I was hopeful at first when the author mentioned having researched FBI profiling techniques. This in itself would be interesting to me, but there seemed to be so much left out unless the FBI only has a small pamphlet on profiling. Some chapters seemed to be text cited from other sources with loose application, at best. I do not think there is much here except for 2 or 3 good points. Not worth the price if you ask me.
lifestyle
Wow! I have been reading alot of the recommended poker books to learn the pot odds, good starting hands, preflop, flop, and river play, etc... and I have become a winning player following all the suggestions in these books. Then, I came across Profiling Poker "Nitwits", read it, and tried these ideas as well with my game, and now my win rate has doubled! This book teaches you how to read your opponents, study their mannerisms at the table and while they are in a hand, and also helps you figure out based upon their appearance what kind of plays they would be inclined to make. Working on trying to figure out what your opponents will to do in any situation at the table, coupled with making the right percentage plays is definately key! I felt that something was missing from my game before I read this book...now I know. I had to learn to play the game from both angles, and I did. I'm thrilled this book came along...Thanks!
Malann
I was looking for a book that gave me insight into the strange thinking processes of my opponents when I came across Profiling Poker Nitwits. Conly goes into great depth in myriad aspects of what makes people think the way they do. I found after reading this book that I looked at people with a new ability to figure them out, and more easily predict the way they play. I was amazed at the detail with which Conly was able to disect different personality types and all the other things that make a person do what they do. He lays out his techniques for "profiling" people clearly, and makes you think of things that you've never even considered. I've been able to make better decisions, especially early in a session when I first encounter a tough situation against someone who I don't know at all. I highly recommend this book and also recommend reading it more than once. I know I'll get something new out of it each time I read it!
Thofyn
I'm looking for something to help me "prejudge" a new player to the table and he really doesn't give me much that would be helpful. I'm glad I didn't pay full price.
Kaghma
Most everything included here is common sense. There are a few important concepts included here, but they are better covered in other texts.
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