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by Pawel Nazarewicz

Download Building a Bankroll Full Ring Edition: Proven strategies for moving up in stakes playing no limit hold'em online. eBook
ISBN:
061558988X
Author:
Pawel Nazarewicz
Category:
Puzzles & Games
Language:
English
Publisher:
Pawel Nazarewicz (February 9, 2012)
Pages:
184 pages
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Rating:
4.8
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In January of 2010, while players complained about how difficult online poker had become, Pawel "Verneer" Nazarewicz wanted to demonstrate that, with the right approach, building a bankroll from scratch could still be done at the online tables. He accomplished the same feat a year later in exactly 100 days.

This week, we discuss micro-stakes no-limit hold'em More experienced players looking to run up a bankroll from a small online balance can relax these requirements a bit at the lowest limits and play.

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In January of 2010, while players complained about how difficult online poker had become, Pawel “Verneer” Nazarewicz wanted to demonstrate that, with the right approach, building a bankroll from scratch could still be done at the online tables. So starting at the micro stakes, he worked his way up the poker ladder turning $100 into $10,000 in 120 days. He accomplished the same feat a year later in exactly 100 days. In this book, Pawel shares the building blocks necessary for achieving long-term success at online poker. These teachings focus on seven fundamental concepts: - Accept Variance - Manage Your Bankroll - Develop Reads - Play Solid - Stay on Your A-Game - Put in the Hours - Remain a Student
  • Gralmeena
Summary: An excellent, concise book filled with practical examples for online microstakes poker

Although initially I was hesitant to purchase "Building a Bankroll" because of its relatively high price, I finally decided to get it based on favorable recommendations. The book did not disappoint and was well worth the price. It clearly explains successful strategies for online microstakes poker (NL 10 to NL 50).

This book is not recommended for the absolute beginner, but will be very helpful for players familiar with a reasonable amount of basic poker strategy. The author assumes the reader uses poker software with integrated heads-up display (HUD) and familiarity with poker terms such as "range," "isolation raise, "continuation bet," "value bet," etc.

The chapters cover every common situation that occurs in standard online play, including key HUD statistics, hands the player can open (with the important caveat that the player should adjust based on the table and his reads), 3 bets, flop play, continuation bet, and general turn and river play.

The true highlight of this book is the many hand examples the author included from his own online games. In each of the hand examples, the author explains the reads on his opponents, the action, and his post-play analysis. Gaining insight into the thinking process of a successful player is invaluable. After reading this book, I am much more cognizant of my mistakes and how my thinking process differs from that of the author's.

Although seemingly short, the book has almost no fluff and is filled entirely with practical knowledge. The author's style is straightforward and pithy, almost as if he were the reader's no-nonsense coach. There is almost no abstraction and very little discussion of theoretical concepts or of very unusual hand examples. This is one of the few poker books that I read cover-to-cover.

The author cautions this book alone will not miraculously allow the reader to crush the competition at the microstakes. Rather, it will require lots of hard work. The player also needs to avoid tilt and carefully review his hands after his sessions. With this in mind, the author also included chapters on tilt-avoidance and how to perform post-sessions analysis.

I highly recommend this book for any advanced beginner seeking practical advice on how to improve his game and be more successful at the online microstakes poker.
  • Moronydit
Verneer has been opening poker players eyes for years with his incomparable video turorials on Cardrunners and this book is no different. I am currently on my fourth read-through and I can't reccomend it enough. Filled with great insight and hand histories, this book outlines a winning strategy for online players that can be applied to live games as well. A must read for any poker enthusiast.
  • Fararala
The thing about poker is that if you are not careful, you read material from high level stuff that may be important in a different game, but miss the rock sold foundations that are the beginnings. This book helps with those beginnings. It helped my game a large amount.
  • Phain
I have mostly played tournament poker, but wanted to play more cash. This book helped me get started. I still have a lot to learn, but this book definitely helped.
  • Voodoozragore
A really good book for a player that is starting and want to improve several aspects of poker and more importanly that want to build a bank!
  • Vonalij
Good solid, fundamentals
  • Lbe
I bought Verneer's book based on his videos on Card Runners, his winnings on poker table ratings, his reputation and posts on the 2+2 forums. This is the best nlhe poker book that I have read for small stakes online poker cash games. It is perfect for anyone grinding the micros up to break even 100nl players. It is written for full ring, but ~%95 can be applied to 6max. I am sure this will also help my live game also, but I don't recommend this book for people who only play live poker. This book isn't overburdened with basic concepts, or bloated with too many advanced topics that lack depth or relevance to small stakes.

After I saw the table of contents, I thought this book might contain some fluff, or might not fulfill it's lofty goals, but every chapter is insightful and tight. There are a lot of examples, with Verneer's thought process well laid out. He backs up his assertions with math, data, graphs, and tables. There is an excellent balance between the amount of topics and the depth of analysis.

He breaks down his approach into 7 fundamentals: variance, bankroll management, developing reads, how to play a solid ABC game, tilt control, putting in the hours, and how to learn. Verneer's choice in subject matter was well made. I found the lessons on how to develop reads, use the HUD, make adjustments, review poker hands, and how to review your overall game on HEM the most helpful.

I don't have any major complaints. However, this book may not be the best for an absolute beginner who wants to buy his first poker book. This would be an excellent second book. I would also probably double Verneer's bank roll requirements. It will help you play better, when you are not worrying about the inevitable big down swings. I hope Verneer makes a sequel with more advanced theory and depth. Btw, the author is an active member on 2+2 and you can probably ask him follow up questions over there.

***update***
I still like this book. Must own. It will take more than one book to turn you into a winning player, but this book might help you plug a few leaks. It has for me. I wish the author went into more depth on how to calculate equities, developing a game plan before the flop, and more time on the actual "process" of hand reading so you can apply it to any situation. I think these topics are super important.

I also recommend The Bluepring by Slohabit, and Poker Theory NLH: Theory and Practice by Sklansky.
Very well laid out book on the rise through the micro stakes. "Building a Bankroll" is crucial for any new to intermediate low stakes players looking to improve their game, and help them study and analyze the game with a purpose. If you want to develop better reads, and know what to do with those reads this book will help you to do it. This book is well organized from start to finish which makes it an easy read for any skill set. Get this book as soon as you can, and get an edge over your opponents!