How To Beat Sit-&-Go Poker Tournaments by Neil Timothy

After consistent, outstanding success at the tables Neil Timothy dropped out of college to become a full time Sit-&-Go Professional and has never looked back. In his debut title Neil Timothy explains his proven strategies for the most popular form of online poker.

How to beat sit-&-go poker tournamentsCardoza Publishing, the brand that players have turned to for reliable, unbiased and accurate information for over 25 years are pleased to announce the International launch of their next bestseller. Over the years the world’s foremost publisher in gaming and gambling has produced a number of iconic titles and we are confident that ‘How to Beat Sit-&-Go Poker Tournaments’ will prove to be as important.

There is a lot of dead money up for grabs in the lower limit sit-and-gos and Neil Timothy shows you how to go and get it. The author, a professional player, shows you how to reach the last six places of lower limit sit-and-go tournaments four out of five times and then how to get in the money 25-35 percent of the time using his powerful, proven strategies.
This book can turn a losing sit-and-go player into a winner, and a winner into a bigger winner. You’ll learn when to play conservatively and let opponents Knock each other out, when to get aggressive and even hyperaggressive, plus the specific strategies for various stages of a sit-and-go—early, short-handed, the bubble, in the money and heads-up. Twenty-five powerful, but easy chapters, show you how to win.
Speaking about the book Neil says, “I found that there was no book covering sit-and –go tournaments in depth. My main objective was to write a book which was easy to read and understand. I found most books covering no limit hold’em were complex and hard to digest.”
How to Beat Sit-&-Go poker Tournaments by Neil Timothy
184 pages 5 1/2 x 8 1/2, perfect bound
ISBN 1580422233, ISBN-13 978-1580422239
UK £9.95, Europe €14.50
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    September 6, 2009 at 5:27 pm

    The book didnt really offer much groundbreaking news. There is so much competition and the low-mid stakes sit n gos, that it is becoming increasingly more difficult to achieve a solid ROI. I think this would be a great book for a beginning player looking to improve their game or understand general guidelines and strategy. I think for more seasoned players the best book ever written on the subject is Colin Moshman’s Sit n Go Strategy, which will help you take your game to a new level.

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    March 12, 2009 at 6:53 pm

    The book improved my game so it was worth the read. My quam here is in the last chapter he talks about percentages in the money and what is attainable and sustainable. I ran the numbers based on 300 single table $22 buy ins and with the percentages he says you should be in the money and how often you should take 1st, 2nd and 3rd it adds up to a losing player. I’m not sure if those numbers he was saying was a typo or a misquote but they definately do not add up to a winning player. Otherwise it was a quick, easy and understandable read. Good luck at the tables!

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