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The MIT Holdem Poker Count System Review

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Are you looking to improve your Texas Holdem game? I know I am, and even after using many poker guides on the web, Iíve realized that many of them are very similar and are not very helpful. One very interesting poker system Iíve tried is the MIT Holdem Point Count System. In this article, I plan to preview the contents of this system and tell you about my experience with this product.

MIT Holdem Point Count System

This system is written into a 7 chapter downloadable ebook, written by Ray Seakan, a professional poker player with 18 years of experience. In the introduction, the author introduces himself and how he came up with this system, before finally developing this poker point count system. I was personally quite impressed with the author, with the amount of effort he put into the system.

The guide then goes on to explain his system, and why it works fundamentally. After understanding how the system works, I became quite excited and convinced with this in-depth system. It decides for you your course of action based on mathematical percentages of each 2 card hand winning against a table of opponents. It takes table position into consideration, number of players and how many opponents fold ahead of you.

After taking all the above factors into consideration, you will have to calculate the number of points. The point addition process is fully explained in the guide. It is 100% mechanical and requires no discretion on the userís part. After learning the system you will need to memorize the point system if you do not want to play with the book open all the time.

Chapter 3 is the system counting rules. This is exactly where youíll learn how to add points based on your table position, followed by your hand strength. With your derived number of points, if it is below a certain number, you will have to fold. There are 3 other ranges of points that would determine whether you call or raise. Then it goes on to run through several useful examples to help you understand the system better.

Finally youíll learn how to apply the system to blind hands. It provides very good rules to keep you out of trouble in blind positions. The rest of the chapters talk about advanced concepts of the MIT Holdem Point Count System.


Having used the MIT Holdem Poker Count System for a few days, I would say that it has certainly helped me get more success with poker. Using the point count system, there are many hands that I have avoided playing that would have ended up losing. It is also highly recommended that you do not adjust the point system, as Iíve had experiences whereby I adjusted the point system just to try and play more hands. In the long run, Iíve concluded that it does not pay to do so.

Discipline is extremely vital to this system. This aspect is heavily emphasized throughout the ebook. Visit the MIT Holdem Poker Count System website at [please contact me for website address] and learn to become a 100% guaranteed winning poker player now!
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