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  12-Oct-13, 19:36   #1
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Hi everybody
Which books do you will recommend me to improve my poker play? Evil

  12-Oct-13, 20:11   #2
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I recommend the Harrington on Holdem series if you are interested in tournament poker.

I also could recommend you Every Hand Revealed by Gus Hansen, i saw some good reviews even if i personally did not read it yet.

  12-Oct-13, 20:43   #3

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Depends on the level of play you are currently at. The Theory of Poker by David Sklansky was considered advanced in its day, but now I would consider it essential reading if you have a couple of solid months online under your belt. So how skilled do you consider yourself to be?

  13-Oct-13, 07:34   #4
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Posted by vatopkr:
Hi everybody
Which books do you will recommend me to improve my poker play? Evil

For Cash Games :

Building a Bankroll by Pawel "Verneer" Nazarewicz

Crushing The Microstakes by Nathan Williams aka "BlackRain79"

How to Beat 6max Cash Games by Bill Vosti

For Sit 'n Go`s :

Sit-Go-Strategy by Collin-Moshman

Heads-Up No-Limit Hold 'em by Collin Moshman

Poker in general:

Treat your poker like a business by Dusty Schmidt

Elements of Poker by Tommy Angelo


  13-Oct-13, 08:46   #5

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For meaningful recommendations you really need to provide a bit more background about yourself and what you're interested in focusing on.

Basically - describe your current skill level, your strengths & weaknesses and goals.. And also describe what format and stakes you want to become proficient at.


"I currently play $5, 6max, speed SNGs and have an ROI of 3%. I tend to do well during the early & mid stages but I have a bad conversion rate (lose the HU more often than win). I would like to continue focusing on this format and aim to be playing $10-$15 games within 6 months."

Then basically you would receive recommendations regarding - speed SNGs, 6max SNGs and HU sngs (for end-game dynamics).

  13-Oct-13, 10:00   #6
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Definately agree with MACUBAAS. Irrespective of the level you want to play at, or to, The HARRINGTON on HOLDEM series is a fantastic read and challenges your already learned way of playing to play differently. Another good one is the Phil HELLMUTH starter book which does the basics really well.

If all else fails, resort to Holdem for Dummies!!!!!

  13-Oct-13, 12:35   #7

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well dude i will share this secret info with you...there is one underground writer who has released a killer series on how to crush online poker...u must buy all 3 parts to reach the super pro poker player status:

Author: Staniel Fuckeranu

Part 1: "How to play like a drunk russian donk - in other words: how to make a living from poker"

Part 2: "The secrets of proper bankroll management- why they don't want you to know that 2BI's is more that sufficient"

Part 3: "How to reach supernova elite status drilling only play money tables"

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