Joined: Aug '07
Age: 38 (M)
Lee Jones' book Winning Low Limit Hold'em is often mentioned as one of the "must read" books for new poker players and also characterised as the book to read if you're playing low limit.
When searching for the book, I found that it's (some what) public available inside Google Books, so might as well share it with you guys. I recommend that you buy it if you like or it just want to read it more comfortable than on your computer screen.
Never the less - it's definitely worth a read and I'm almost tempted to guarantee that it will help you improve your game!
Maybe we should create a rule saying that you're not allowed to request any no deposit bonuses unless you've read this book Nah, just kidding, it's of course your own decision how much effort you want to put into your poker career.
Have you read the book - if so, what's your take on it? Feel free to comment THIS BOOK below (please create other threads to discuss other books).
Edited by Administrator (14 October 2009 @ 11:14 GMT)
Joined: Nov '08
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 44 (M)
Wow thanks for that admin. looked it up straight away. that gives me something else to do whilst working night shift hahaha I'm gonna start reading tonight so i'll post a review with in a few days hopfully. Once again cheers...
Joined: Oct '09
Age: 37 (M)
thanks for the book admin... its a good start up to read and come trough at the low limit Texas Hold'em... but the problem is that you can only read 62 pages but still a good start and if someone likes the book they can either download it or buy it... still a great thing to start from
Useful by the looks of things, i read through the first couple of pages & seems like an interesting read, might give it the full read & see how i like it. Also, if you guys really want something extra to add to your game i suggest reading some Sklanksy, he has some great books out there that will help anybody at whatever stakes play. Thanks for the link