Pawel “verneer” Nazarewicz. Mt. Micro First Edition: February SBN Building a bankroll at your current stakes. 2. Moving up in the full ring Rush tables, the lessons in this book carry over to non-Rush games as well as to . Re: Building a Bankroll, Full Ring Edition Pawel Nazarewicz has been a coach at CardRunners for many years and is probably best known to. In January of , while players complained about how difficult online poker had become, Pawel “Verneer” Nazarewicz wanted to.
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I was wondering if someone has an advanced copy that can offer a review? What are you opinions on the preview? I haven’t read every word of it, but I’ve read it in more than enough detail to give verneer feedback. My feedback, and my comments here, come not from a strong player, but from a student of the game, someone who’s read a ton of poker books, and someone who is always looking to improve. The book is a totally solid addition to the literature in my opinion which, frankly, doesn’t surprise me, given how useful verneer’s vids pawrl forum posts have rinng.
Building a Bankroll Full Ring Edition
Up there with any other beginner’s book imo. Specifically aimed at FR but 6-max guys will get a ton out of it too. For me, its number one strength are the hand history examples sprinkled throughout the book. You get a concept, and then you get bamkroll, ramming home nazagewicz concepts. It could just be me, and my preferred way of learning stuff, but it struck me as a very powerful way of explaining things.
And remember, those hand histories all come from verneer’s Challenge project where he beat the very games he’s talking about.
It’s a book written by a guy who genuinely knows his stuff, and has the graph to prove it. As I explained to verneer, I might change the order of a couple of the chapters but that’s a minor point. If I had to fault the book in some way, I feel the chapter on the mental game devotes too much space to the work of other authors.
Work which verneer fully credits. I think verneer’s stuff more than stands on its own merits, and by cutting down on that chapter, he could have fitted in more of those hand histories.
Given the amount of good stuff the book contains, even that is a minor point. It didn’t twitch once while I was reading Building A Bankroll.
Originally Posted by maidenguy. He is careful to acknowledge that most will not and he explains the pitfalls to be avoided.
He uses his own journey as the springboard to discuss situations we all commonly encounter at the table. He spends his time developing a step-by-step guideline to build a solid foundation of understanding, so you can work toward your own level of success. This is not to say it does not reference any higher poker concepts, because we all love to 3B light or 4B bluff, but he does so within a framework and not as an isolated situation. I think this is actually one of the superior aspects of this text.
It is obvious that teaching is more important to Pawel than celebrating his own triumphs. There are even interesting asides where he reflects “I don’t like the way I played this hand”. If any one of the concepts were presented, the reader could say, “I knew that”, but when they hang together in a comprehensive approach, it makes each of those items take on new and deeper meanings.
It is very well done. Although the text is not difficult, many hours of productive study will result from going slow enough to: Very highly recommended for micro and small stakes players who are willing to study to improve their game. Originally Posted by DiamondDog. Last edited by tommycee2; at The first was 6max, the second was FR rush poker. I think that in many respects the book has its origins in those challenges. Although described as the full ring edition, I think that the book is of pretty much the same utility to a 6max player.
There is a good amount of strategy and tactics. The book is split down into 7 main sections, each of which address what he considers to be a key aspect of becoming a winning player.
Section 5 is the largest sectionand covers how to be a solid player. This is the part of the book covering the most ground covered in other books. He breaks down solid play into logical and sequential parts, from preflop hand selection though to river play.
The other sections distinguish the book: Explaining the effects of variance and the importance of bankroll management, knowing your villain and how to develop reads, the importance of playing your A game, recognising tilt and how to adopt strategies to deal with it including many helpful quotes from Tommy Angelo and Jared Tendlerhow volume is important, and the necessity to always be learning and strategies for doing this.
Overall I found the book to be extremely well laid out, and verneer has an easy writing style. As a complete package I imagine that anyone playing NL through to NL at least will find a lot in this book to help them improve as a player, and it definitely gets my recommendation.
Do any of the reviewers so far have Dynamic Full Ring Poker? Originally Posted by cubase. Originally Posted by Kuta. So is it worth to buy this one too? I think verneer’s emphasis on hand history examples makes his book sufficiently different to DFRP to find it a place on any serious student’s bookshelf.
I’ve no idea how these guys price their products. If you compare printed version with printed version I think the two books cost about the same, but like I say, DFRP is available for cheap in e-book format. Last edited by DiamondDog; at Originally Posted by verneer. I figured this would offer a comprehensive guide to many of the topics students have questions about, and thus could save them quite a bit of money that they would normally spend on early coaching sessions.
Let me know if you have any questions for me about the book. Just waiting on my copy making it’s way over to the UK. Originally Posted by raradevils. I got a first run addition today in the mail.
I’m eing the read so far. Thank you for signing the book. Sorry to polute the thread with this, but is there any other way to pay, other than PayPal? I’m having trouble with my PP account but I really want the book. Thank you for taking the time to put this info into print. I know I have hounded you for the better buulding of a year now for the completion of the book. I will have it completed by end of next week.
I will actually play less this week to digest the information put in print knowing in the long run this will make me a better player both live and online!! Originally Posted by gsiciliano. I think for a basic player this book is ok. Originally Posted by maxostoch. Originally Posted by LTT Originally Posted by Honey Badger. It’s the only way I would consider purchasing the book.
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