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Haseeb does not waste time discussing every aspect of poker theory. Poker game winner poker is for you than this book can become your bible. Well Done! If you are looking for a rule book on playing poker — this is not the book for you. What surprised me about this book was the high level applications of neuroscience, behavioral psychology, and learning principles being used within the profession of poker.

The author's focus is never self directed. However, just like his 3betting range on click river, Haseeb's reading performance poker game winner perfectly balanced.

My initial concern about the author's credentials was overwhelmingly placated. I have learned much and still have much to poker game winner IMO, this is a great book on poker.

Further, I passed over this book several times because I had never heard of the author, and was unsure of his experience. Lastly, I was introduced to a few new neuroscience topics. To date, I haven't found a book similar to this one. I feel that most of the time when an audiobook is read by its author, the emphases tend to be a little too dramatic, and the author comes off a little too forceful.