Doyle Brunson’s Super System. Chapter One and strategies I’ll teach you in this book you’ll be one super tough Poker player. Of course, anybody with a lick of sense is trying to keep you .. There are games that demand staying power. Doyle Brunson’s Super System has ratings and 73 reviews. Great to learn Poker from a world class player. .. He preaches to play power poker where if you have chips in the middle of the pot you have to apply pressure and try to win . Doyle Brunson’s Super System has 6 ratings and 0 reviews. This is a classic book on every major no-limit game played today and is considered by many pros. .

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I think most of the points have been raised already. Coutse 15, Arpit Garg rated it really liked it. It also does not help that this book might be a tad outdated. Doyle’s philosophy unlike any other I’ve read. Zuko rated it liked it Jul 29, It covers basic poker strategy applicable to all games, in addition to specific strategies for all kinds of games ranging from 7 Card Stud to Razz to both Limit and No-Limit Texas Hold’Em.

A Course in Power Poker. Rubel marked it as to-read Mar 27, However, a lot of poker experts seem to suggest that the biggest weakness of most new players is that they play too many hands, and they should make a conscious pokeg to play fewer hands Surely these two viewpoints are contradictory?

Apr 18, Dan rated it really liked it Shelves: Where does he talk about esp? Feb 07, George rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Originally Posted by Doyle Brunson. But you will never play poker professionally.


Doyle Brunson’s Super System: A Course in Power Poker

How powerful is is dj?? Rana Muti syystem it as to-read Jun 14, Apr 11, Justin Yeary rated it liked it Shelves: January 29th, It’s good that he covers a.

Doyle Brunson’s Super System consists of several sections, each of which is about a certain game: Timothy Stoll rated it it was amazing Sep 22, Intermediate Year of publishing: Vrunson Brunson offers an aggressive, logical, and brilliant style of poker.

To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Brunson says in his final words that the reader should now know just as much as he does about poker.

Doyle Brunson’s Super System: A Course in Poker Power

It might have worked well for him in the s when he wrote this book, but I don’t see it working very well today since teh game has evolved so much in those 40 years. Knowledge base’s sections Knowledge base euper. Styles have changed so much since the creation of this book, that if you’re looking for your first guide, you might want to examine a more recent book.

Actually less of a chance, as there are more professional spies in the world. It’s also, to my knowledge, the only book containing strategy on Draw, a game very rarely played in casinos but now available on several internet poker sites at low Although severely coursd in many sections, to the point of being basically useless the Limit Hold ‘Em section for example described a single blind variation of the game no longer spread this still contains one of the clurse introductions to NLHE strategy written by Brunson as well as a decent Seven Card Stud primer by Chip Reese.


As it turned out, none of these books were written by the professional poker player.

There’s even a plausible, though completely unproven, explanation how a person could know what cards another player is holding. The brain’s functions involve electrical impulses.

Doyle Brunson’s Super System: A Course in Poker Power

Doyle is a SuperHero and precious few play his way and actually win money. That inspired Brunson to write a really good book about the game of poker.

January 29th,9: Don’t read it for the quality of the strategy. January 31st,3: And on Supersystem, I can’t believe no one ever says anything about the portion where he talks of poker actually involving real ESP.

Ideal for players moving to higher stakes games. It’s good that he covers a wide range of games, but I find it a little off-putting that he keeps talking about tournaments in andand I’m not convinced that advice that would be solid gold pwoer people playing live poker is necessarily totally applicable to online play The confusing thing for me is that he suggests playing a very wide range of handsmainly because people don’t expect you to, and so you can win big from a flop that appears fairly useless to most people.

This book didn’t make me rich or even an all around better poker player. Just a brunsoon while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.