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AND, since I'm in there with what looks like a very wide range of hands, I am getting paid off a lot more with my premium hands. Doyle created the best poker device ever Doyle advocates betting at any street as much as you can because the times you're right, you make money, the times you're wrong and suckout you make money, the times you're wrong and make them fold you make money and only the times you're wrong and lose you lose. Whenever I make a substantial bet or raise, I've usually got an out. Daniel's book is worth a read because he tells about his "small ball" theory. Originally Posted by CBorders. Is there any reason to read Supersystem? I would definately recommend reading Harrington and Sklansky who write about poker in a more straightforward tight-aggressive manor. At low stakes, players are not good enough to fold hands that have gambling hands beat. It's funny how a lot of people think I'm a donkey when I win with 3,5 or 6,7 but pay no attention when I fold trips or a straight when I have the second best hand. At a time when when the game has seemingly been worked down to such a science, I think Doyle's SS method is even better than ever??? You don't get fold equity by establishing yourself as a maniac. Also, an important side note. I know I'm new to this site but I can relate to your post. When Doyle writes about aggression in the NHL chapter, he says "The accumulation of all those small pots is a big part of my winning formula. Super System is very solid and does have a lot of great advice. Just cos he takes down, say, 5 small pots for each, doesn't mean he is freerolling when he puts his money in as a dog in a pot. A lot of it IMO has to do with people's comfort zone. It puts poker theory into practice-very nice! Betting with an out, that's what I call it. Instead of playing drunken fools who haven't the first clue about poker like doyle's opponents back in the day, these days almost all opponents you will find in the online games have a good idea about poker theory and are signed up to poker training sites or read strategy on poker forums. The super-loose, hyper-agggressive style described in Super System is not suited to beginners. In my case, I seem to be opposite of you. I've already got that pot covered thanks to all the small pots I've picked up. I've noticed a big difference in my game and my post flop play is really improving. If I have 4,5 and the flop comes 3,6,Q, I really like to be the one pushing the action. Even today's average players know enough to avoid -EV situations.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Hold onto that money until you have a big draw and you think the other guy has something good too. Doyle didn't even have a good concept of alot of this stuff either. Also doyles story about how all the little pots he wins lets him gamble on the big pots just shows how little he knows. These situations would be hands like combo draws with suited connectors. A lot of brunsons logic is that when you play this aggressively, you can often push people off the best hand because they fear they don't have the nuts. Even if the guy has a premium hand, I still have some fold equity depending on their style. And it's the out I have that makes me appear lucky when I'm a dog in a big pot and wind up winning it". I wrote this post because I think I may have been in a similar situation as you not long ago. And when I play that big pot, it's a freeroll". I kept playing tighter and tighter and turned into a turd just waiting for cards. Seriously I don't really rate any of the old pros who made their living busting drunken donkeys who hadn't the first clue about poker. The game today is unrecognisable from when super system was released. Basically an extension of the first book. I made a list of 6 things that I think I need to do better or work on next session. I play small pots with small hands and try to build big pots with my big hands. But my image is that I will play nearly any two cards although that isn't true. It makes it even easier to read their hands. Doyle was dealing with complete and utter braindead retards who no idea about any poker theory such as fold equity, pot odds, implied odds, ranges, frequencies. To be fair Doyle advocates taking gambles with your profits when you're even money to win, not when you're an underdog.. I TRY to only push big pots with nut draws, unless I have a good read on an opponent. Very few people seem to notice. So obviously, you should just always bet all the time. It's the bonus I get for playing the way I do, and it's the secret to my success. Usually I try to check raise, to make it appear as though I have a set. Is SS2 just an update, or is it an extension of the first book. Thanks in advance. If the flop comes low or middle cards, I can steal the pot a fairly good number of times. I know it's a mistake when I'm doing it, but that's why I am picking up a greater number of smaller pots, so I can take a controlled risk when I think I have a pretty good read or put someone on a narrow range of hands. I love to make sure everyone knows I'm willing to gamble, but that really only works well at tables that aren't uber loose! I've noticed a HUGE difference in my table image. I think different poker books "click" with different people. Even though I take risks, I try not to call or push action when even if I hit my hand I would still have the second or third best hand. I have no idea if what I just wrote will be of any help, but I hope it does. He advocates very aggressive play, not loose play. Super system is redundant these days, there is far far better info on this forum and the various training sites. I played new years eve and didn't catch many good hands. Go with anything by Harrington ftw. But I was able to recognize some of the things I didn't do well. I know some people think it's an old book and don't get it or like it. Always leave yourself outs! That's something I am working on too, picking my spots. Originally Posted by brothertupelo. It is a book for intermediate to advanced players in my honest opinion. I know it may sound odd, but I've tried to mix the two and I can find a lot of similarities in both styles. You are confusing loose play with aggression. In general Hoff's interview advocates a patient, tight, aggressive game, backed by a solid bankroll that can withstand a long, long downswing. Originally Posted by DuckyLucky. Good luck finding your way! AND I think you may not be able to rule out running just a little bad also? He plays a lot of hands, but plays them cautiously for the most part and a lot of pot control. So when a guy who only raises with premium or broadway hands raises and other tight players call, I jump in there with nearly any 2 cards. It takes a skilled and experienced player to play this style effectively. I couldn't get paid off unless I was really lucky. It was a different game back then. Something that may help you is to write down hands or situations you think you played poorly and hands you played well as they happen or when your session has ended. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Re: i started reading doyle's super system and it destroyed my game. I also call a raise here or there with hands that I probably shouldn't. Not that it matters, but the 3k in my previous post was wrong, it's about 7k. I believe I was running bad for a longtime and that made me play even worse. Super system is about 30 years old. Like one person wrote on this post, Doyle picks up a lot of little pots that begin to add up. It's always a pleasure to hear their parting advice. Then they change the size of their betting because they think you will pay them off, so they often over bet the pot. That is just plain dumb, putting his money in in a very -EV situation because he is using some skewed arse backwards donkey logic. I don't say a word and I don't call raises like that very often, especially heads up but after you bust a few players with those hands, a lot of the table tries to avoid you and only challenge you if you have they have the nuts. I also think they fear playing later streets. Write down some of the things you were doing well before and things you're not doing well now. Essentially, he's saying that if you establish the right table image you gain a lot of fold equity. I am working my way through poker books. Harrington on Hold 'Em Vol. It sounds like you're picking the wrong spots to push or be aggressive or just taking too many risks. I am getting away with more than I ever have and it's all because of my new image.