What are the odds of winning at poker if you don’t know the odds in poker?
Practical Poker Math provides a complete andeasy-to-understand explanation of the basic odds, probabilities andexpectations in Hold’Em and Omaha. All the formulations are completelyopen and are demonstrated via easy-to-follow, colour-codedcalculations.
Pat Dittmar has aimed this book at beginning throughsemi-pro players who want to improve their results and who know that thereis not much chance of improvement without a fundamental understanding ofpoker odds, probabilities, and expectations.
Pat Dittmar is head oftrading and development at TradePointTechnologies.com, an organization thatdevelops and deploys state-of-the-art proprietary trading technologies. Patfeels that successful poker players possess the skills required to play inthe one true fast action, around the world, around the clock “BigGame” – the world financials markets, and TradePointTechnologiesrecruits its traders exclusively from the poker world.
Pat Dittmar has played professional poker for more than twenty years, and has been a consultant to a major online poker site. His math expertise comes from years in the financial community, including partner in a brokerage firm, derivatives trader, big block trader, arbitrageur, and Compliance Registered Options Principal. He lives in Las Vegas.
Published: September 2008
Dimensions: 6 x 9 in.