$2500 is a lot for a book. Why is it so expensive and will the price ever be lowered?
The book initially grew from a structured coaching package taught to several students. Advanced PLO Theory has been likened by multiple highstakes players to a graduate textbook and is most successfully mastered when studied as such.
Its 850 pages are dense and cover PLO's structural foundations, pre-flop decisions, flop texture, and post-flop situtations in deep detail. In the fonts and page sizes typically used in poker books, it would be well over 1500 pages.
Part of the value of a book at this price point is exclusivity of the information. Buyers are entitled to know that the price will not be lowered and the information will thus remain exclusive.
Unlike poker books written for a particular set of game conditions, the theory contained is timeless and the price for the full two volumes and workbook will remain $2500.
Is there a way to buy only a small portion of the material at a more affordable price?
Yes. Advanced PLO Theory was divided into 32 modules, each between 20-40 pages and covering a self-contained topic. Module pricing is designed to facilitate affordable access to all content.
The comparison above to a graduate text is one major reason for splitting the material into modules. It enables a reader to go through the material as a series of lessons.
The book is designed as a complete course, but the module structure allows the reader to be selective about which lessons are most important to them and to do so at a lower price point if they choose.
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