Strategy Books for the Mental Game

TMGofPoker_cover_1.5.11-sm-200x300 Jared Tendler is the author of The Mental Game of Poker 1 and 2, which have revolutionized the world of poker. Now nearly every serious poker player is working on their mental game, which was not the standard prior before volume 1 was released in April 2011. Here are some of the great reviews the books have received:

“I couldn’t endorse it more, it’s the only book I recommend.” -Greg Merson, 2012 WSOP main event champion

“The best poker book ever written, and it’s not even close.” -Lex Veldhuis, PokerStars Pro

“An easy investment for any serious poker player. I wish I read it 8 years ago.” -Andreas Skjervoy, 2011 Online Player of the Year

For more recommendations from some of the best poker players in the world, check out my testimonials page.

 

About the BooksMGPoker2_FrontCover_1.16.132-200x300

The Mental Game of Poker 1 is designed to help players eliminate the biggest problems in their mental game, such as tilt, fear, poor motivation, low confidence and overconfidence. These are the problems holding their game back.

The Mental Game of Poker 2 is designed to help players take their game to the next level by giving actionable advice on how to play in the zone consistently, increase learning, and improve decision making, focus, and mental endurance.

Although they were originally written for poker players, over the years I’ve received feedback about how the books apply to other walks of life. In particular professionals who work in areas where uncertainty plays a huge role, such as financial traders and sports bettors. Plus, many people have used the books to help them for example, perform better at work, overcome a fear of public speaking, quit smoking, reduce anger problems, and strengthen relationships.

Both books are available in bookstores worldwide, in major eBook formats, and on audiobook. Be sure to get a FREE audiobook copy of either book, click here for information.

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