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"Advanced PLO Theory is the most sophisticated and thorough mathematical analysis of a full-scale poker game ever published."


- Isaac Haxton, very successful HS+ PLO pro

"Advanced PLO Theory is the best poker book I've ever read.  It has easily paid for itself 100 times over.  It runs a big price tag ($2500), but honestly once I finished reading it - I was surprised it didn't cost $10,000+.  The book and Tom's coaching were a core driver in my growth as a player and in the development of PLOQuickPro.

- John Beauprez, MS/HSPLO Pro, WSOP Bracelet Winner, owner

"Advanced PLO Theory is without a doubt the greatest PLO book ever written.  The book dives deep into the underlying structure of poker and PLO, providing a theoretical framework for how to think about and understand the game. The book is incredibly comprehensive and is best for those who are serious about taking their game to the next level." 

- John F, Mid-High Stakes (5/10-25/50) PLO Pro 

"Advanced PLO Theory is by far the most comprehensive book on poker I've ever read.  It should be treated more like a graduate textbook than a poker book.  It is demanding and therefore not for everyone, but anyone who studies it thoroughly will find the effort justified "

- aba20, long-time HS+ NLHE/PLO/Mixed Game Pro.

"I just thought I would give my two cents on Advanced PLO Theory.  The book is brilliant, analytical, and has brought my hold em and PLO games up to what I consider the highest level achievable. To be honest I don't think you can be one of the best in the world without having looked through this book. That being said, its not a necessary book for you to have in order to be a winner in MSPLO or a slight winner in HS PLO. The thing is it will without a doubt improve your game and boost your winrate, so whatever price tag you put on it, it will pay for itself. "

- ActionDJ, MS/HS NLHE and PLO Player

 "I think I got a real bargain.  I’ve finished my first reading of Live Full Ring PLO. I love the way it breaks things down into their logical components like with flop textures and texture shifts from street to street.  Many times, I’ve made mistakes playing some of the types of hands it warns against in the wrong situations. The discussion of SPR dynamics was far and away the best I’ve ever seen and the technique of abstracting away the details like specific hands and flops in the SPR examples made it easier to focus only on just the different stack sizes and positions. There’s a ton of weighty material packed into these pages."

​- Greg L, Winning 5/5-5/10 PLO Player

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