11 reasons why you aren’t crushing the micros yet. Learn from a 10+ year poker pro with the highest winnings of all time at the micros. So I am thinking of purchasing the book Crushing the Microstakes today by blackrain I was reading somewhere online though were they. During my studies, I recently stumbled upon the book Crushing the Microstakes by Nate “Blackrain79” Williams. I’m wondering if anyone has.
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Join more thanactive members on our forum. September 7th,8: These are some of my results at the micros before rakeback add tens of thousands more. And also, some people simply don’t want to chase the fish around all day and constantly hop from one table to another.
I haven’t had anyone else have any problems with it though. Chris Earland 07 June. All in all, I would skip it. Great article as always. In addition, avoid making threads for quick stories and BBV. It is all one big long session. Micro and Small stakes poker is essentially about fundamentals and blackkrain79 less mistakes than your opponents.
I think it is built into the forum software. Blackrain79’s Crushing the Microstakes Book: I have the microstaoes results in history at these stakes. Submit a new link.
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This is a good read. But this ease of access is also a fairly big drawback.
Having blackrain799 over 5 million hands with the highest winrates and winnings ever recorded at the lower end of the micros puts me in a unique position when it comes to writing a book about it.
A physical version of the book is not available at this time. I was reading somewhere online though were they were saying this. It recommended things like limp-calling UTG with small pocket pairs and making dynamic raise sizes like 4x with KK instead of 3x.
As the author, I actually am the biggest winner ever at the stakes discussed in this book. Find More Posts by Silentb0b. I haven’t read modern small stakes but is it any relevant to 6-max on Stars?
Or have I misinterpreted this? I don’t like to talk about these on a big public blog like this one: Aggression does matter, even if OOP.
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A lot of times I end up checking the river and I see my opponents cards and I have them beat and I kick myself. As microsttakes author, I actually am the biggest winner ever at the stakes discussed in this book. There is no risk whatsoever on your part.
I need help Who is blackrain If I’m out of position and bet the river and get raised I feel stuck. Nathan, 10, Thin Value, is by far my biggest weakness.
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I think that the book was probably great back in the day, it’s just slowly losing relevance as the game evolves every year. Is microstakfs in for a few hands and letting pt4 pull up the player stats really the best way to table select?
I have yet to read the updated version that Gypsy mentioned of but now that I know about it, I’m definitely going to check it out.
I know that he is a great player and was in many ways a pioneer for his time. September 6th,7: May 15th,6: I would suggest making a continuation bet CBet most of the time as well. I will send you your copy Tue. To be honest, there was very little that I learnt in the book blackain79 I didn’t already know.
All the best at the tables, Nathan. Crushing the Microstakes provides a solid foundation for higher stakes as well but does not represent a complete guide for those games.
Or is it micgostakes one of those books that focuses primarily on the way full-ring was played in ? All the best, Chris. I thought that this would be the magic solution to help me beat 5NL. I just wanted to say to stick to what works for you, learn a particular game micdostakes well and establish these fundamentals.
I want to improve so I can build up my bankroll and move up in stakes. I found Blackrains videos helpful when i was making the switch from MTTs to cash games in the post black friday era. I was just wondering if anyone has read this and can give me some insight before I drop the money for this book.
If you play in these games and breezed through the NL2-NL5 levels, then you would be better served to bblackrain79 there. I haven’t read Blackrain’s books but I have read all his blogs and watched his videos and highly recommend them.
This article for instance has been sitting around for months haha!