19 Mar A review of Gus Hansen’s upcoming book, ‘Every Hand Revealed’. Every Hand Revealed has ratings and 68 reviews. Danm said: Approximately 10% of poker players are profitable over the long haul. If you really unde. Has anyone read this book? Thought about buying it because they say it goes through every hand 1 at a time and the thinking of Gus Hansen.
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Few players on the professional circuit invite as much scrutiny for their playing style as does Gus Hansen. May 18, Tyler Jones rated it really liked it Shelves: It outlines his style, and his sense of humour such as when he has a suited eight gapper!
It is written in a hand for hand format and the various days of the tournament are split into chapters. Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. Gus all but admits that these were the two factors that he could thank for his win. Good insight into the thinking of a professional poker player. Show more posts Loading I was a little surprised at how veery his opponents apparently were – you’d think they’d have caught on eventually and started calling or even reraising him.
Also take a look at ‘Raiser’s Edge’. But you can’t dispute the fact that this poker superstar knows hanswn to win–and win. It was mostly interesting as a glimpse of how a top pro plays. Dec 11, Brian Grover rated it rrevealed it Shelves: Very often, on TV, you see Gus playing wacky cards. This isn’t one of those how to play books but it isn’t an actual story either, but it very well could be. But “unexpected” should not be synonymous with “crazy.
He’s a very aggressive player — which makes him very difficult to play against as his actions can represent a wide range of heads. He does so with wit and valuable information. Jul 21, Yves rated it it was amazing. I have read a few books about poker tournament strategy and while I have learned some valuable things, I knew that the generalities would only get me so far – that in specific situations I would be on my own.
The book articulates no overarching theory and very few generalizations. That said, Hansen does articulate his core poker philosophy: He does go into detail his thought process on many hands. Im changing ggus lot of how i play poker based on this book, even as i read more and more detailed books about strategy.
Getting to look into a solid LAG player’s thought process and to see those ideas in action outside the realm of pure theory makes this book an invaluable resource. Gus Hansen is not much of hansne writer, which is really too bad, as that is the main thing that keeps this book from being 5 stars.
The structure is clear and evdry visuals expedite the readers understanding of the nuts and bolts from each hand. In I released a new poker tells training video series that uses real footage from cash games and tournaments.
Of those, Hansen designates 21 as “crucial hands” that proved regealed pivotal when assessing his overall success in the tournament. Lists with This Book. The Theory of Poker: The prose is competent without being brilliant, but that’s quite an accomplishment for a native Danish speaker. It is undoubtedly getting harder and harder to write a top notch instructional poker book. Toning down Hansen’s excessive use of exclamation points and doing a quick run-through for egregious spelling and grammatical errors would have done this manuscript a world of good, and a real combing-through might well have come up with something approaching the perfect poker book.
One of the things I hahsen is that being a little tighter, myself, I do tend to make some blunder bluffs which is not so required with Gus’ style. Aug 11, Bluebehir rated it really liked it Shelves: You’ll receive one lesson a day for four days.
Experienced MTT players will surely find much of interest here, including a number of hands worthy of lengthy poker forum debates. So is it eevealed madness?
Actually, the reason I have my own guus style is because I don’t take anything for granted. This book is not exactly what I was expecting when I bought it.