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Some good poker books are ones I'm glad I've read; others are ones I think my opponents would benefit from reading. Those categories don't always overlap: I got better by working to understand the examples from Mathematics of Poker , but I don't spend much time worrying that my opponents will have read it. Meanwhile, the various Harrington books were probably valuable to other players, but only the first tournament book affected my game much.
I think I'm already a better player for having read it, and working through the book's suggested training regimen will certainly help much more. Meanwhile, I can easily think of dozens of friends and opponents whom I think would benefit even more than I have.
With that said, this is one of the most unusual poker books I've ever read, and working with it will for most readers require a leap of faith. The book can be read as an extended argument for structuring your thinking about poker in a certain way.
Ed's approach is roughly this:. The result might be Ed's best book, and that's saying something. It is, I think, his most epistemically explicit: And the book would have been much worse otherwise. Though Ed has obviously done his theoretical homework, which equally obviously informs his frequency recommendations, not much is proven.
It is to Ed's credit that he makes it clear that, however theoretically motivated his recommendations are, only some of them are given airtight arguments. Much excellent work in mathematics and philosophy and indeed every other subject with which I'm familiar begins with a fairly simple, easily justified claim and gets as much mileage out of that claim as possible.
When you think of the days of the great western cattle drives and cowboys you might just think of all those western movies and television series that were made. While these were entertaining, quite a bit about the daily life of the western cowboy and the actual mechanics of a cattle drive were romanticized to the point of being inaccurate. This is to be expected. A motion picture or television show was made to entertain, not to necessarily educate. With that being said, the real life of a working cowboy was more adventuresome and dangerous and with much less glamor than you might think.
A cattle ranch was a business and the work of a western cowboy was part of that business. One of the best places I know of in the U. The exhibition wing houses a turn-of-the-century town and interactive history galleries that focus on the American cowboy, rodeos, Native American culture, Victorian firearms, frontier military and western performers. The museum opened in and honors men and women who have excelled in the sport and business of rodeo and the western lifestyle.
Lots of excellent artifacts and information about the cowboy way of life. After the end of the American Civil War there were three trails established from Texas to the rail heads and markets to the north.
Because of the Civil War, there was an abundance of cattle in Texas that under normal circumstances would have already been driven to market. The trail went north parallel to the Chisholm but about miles further west. Schmitt, offers a very detailed look at the mechanics of driving a herd of cattle hundreds of miles to a rail head. A typical drive of 3, head of cattle, and there were drives of many more head, might require eighteen cowboys.
The remuda was a herd of tame riding horses which the cowboys chose to use. Many horses were required because the cattle drive was a long distance affair over rivers and ever changing terrain. To start the cattle drive, cowboys would have to gather all their equipment together and report to the trail boss. The trail boss essentially ran the operation. The trail boss would select one dominant steer to act as a lead for the herd. The drive would not begin all at once. Typically, the steers would be left to graze in the morning and then slowly led down the trail.