TOURNAMENT STRATEGIES IN MODERN AGGRESSIVE GAMES

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In the rapidly changing world of tournament poker is becoming more popular loose-aggressive (LAG) style of play, in which the chips are flying back and forth like a rocket. The book "The Raiser´s Edge" will help you to adjust to the current state of all the stages of tournament play and hold a detailed analysis showing how and why the styles of LAS and LAS hyper-operate, as well as tell you about how to use these styles and how to confront them.

It discussed in detail the set of techniques used by the most successful players, in particular 3-bets and 4-bets, float and squeeze, flat-calls, and a mini-raise, thin value bets, the evolution of the metagame and balanced strategy for the short stacks and heads-up games. In addition, we will look at the effect the age and nationality of your opponents on their game style. The book also has an extensive bonus chapter on reading Tells written by an expert on body language Steve Van Aperenom.

Bertrand "ElkY" Grospellier is one of the most popular tournament players in the world. He teamed up with Lee Nelson and Taysenom Streibs, author of the famous book on tournament strategy "Kill Everyone", as well as the rising star of poker Tony Dunst to present to your court their innovations. Tournament Poker develops a crazy pace, so serious-minded players want to be ahead of most.

"The Raiser´s Edge" will reveal the secrets of powerful and advanced strategies to help you to quickly rise to the highest level.

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