Expectation And Hourly Rate The Fundamental Theorem Of Poker The Ante Structure Pot Odds Effective Odds Implied Odds and Reverse Implied Odds The Value of Deception Win the Big Pots Right Away The Free Card The Semi-Bluff Defense Against the Semi-Bluff Raising Check-Raising Slowplaying Loose and Tight Play Position Bluffing Game Theory and Bluffing Inducing and Stopping Bluffs Hands-Up On The End Reading Hands The Psychology of Poker Analysis at the Table Evaluating the Game

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EXPECTATION AND HOURLY

Mathematical Expectation in Poker \ Hourly Rate

THE FUNDAMENTAL THEOREM OF POKER

"Mistakes'' According to The Fundamental Theorem of Poker

THE ANTE STRUCTURE

Large Antes \ Small Antes

POT ODDS

Exposed Cards \ Position \ Extra Outs \ Drawing to the Second-Best Hand

EFFECTIVE ODDS

Situations When Effective Odds Need Not Apply

IMPLIED ODDS AND REVERSE IMPLIED ODDS

Implied Odds in Pot-Limit and No-Limit Games \ Reverse Implied Odds

THE VALUE OF DECEPTION

Deception and the Ability of your Opponents \ Deception and the Number of Opponents in the Pot

WIN THE BIG POTS RIGHT AWAY

Betting (or Raising) to Drive Opponents out \ Delaying One Round to drive Opponents out

THE FREE CARD

Giving or Not Giving a Free Card in Practice \ Getting a Free Card

Giving or Not Giving a Free Card With a Marginal Hand

THE SEMI-BLUFF

Advantages of the Semi-Bluff  \ Semi-Bluff and Pure Bluff  \ When Not to Semi-Bluff

DEFENSE AGAINST THE SEMI-BLUFF

The Difficulty of Defending Against the Semi-Bluff  \ When to Fold and When to Raise

The Semi-Bluff Raise as a Defense Against the Semi-Bluff

RAISING

Getting More money In the Pot By Not Raising \ Raising to Drive Out Opponents

Raising to Bluff or Semi-Bluff  \ Raising to Get a Free Card \ Raising Versus Folding or Calling

Raising to Drive Out Worse Hands When Your Own May Be Second-Best

CHECK RAISING

Necessary Conditions for Check-Raising \ Check-Raising With a Second-Best Hand

SLOWPLAYING

Requirements for Slowplaying

LOOSE AND TIGHT PLAY

Tight Games

POSITION

Pot Odds \ Exposed Cards \ Position \ Extra Outs \ Drawing to the Second-Best Hand

BLUFFING

The Reality of Bluffing \ Bluffs When There are more Cards to Come \ Bluffs When All the Cards are Out

Bluffing Against Two or More Opponents \ Bluffing According to Your Opponent

GAME THEORY AND BLUFFING

Using Game Theory to Bluff  \ Optimum Bluffing Strategy \ Using Game Theory to Call Possible Bluffs

Game Theory and Bluffing Frequency According to Your Opponents

INDUCING AND STOPPING BLUFFS

Strategic Techniques

HEADS UP ON THE END

Last Position Play \ First Position Play

READING HANDS

Reading Hands on the Basis of Your Opponents’ Play and Exposed Cards

Using Mathematics to Read Hands \ Reading Hands in Multi-Way Pots

THE PSYCHOLOGY OF POKER

Calling on the Basis of What Your Opponent Thinks \ Psychology and Future Impressions

ANALYSIS AT THE TABLE

Analysis in Practice \ Analyzing the Cost of a Mistake

EVALUATING THE GAME

Evaluating the Players and Adjusting to Them