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  9-Dec-11, 22:30   #21

Joined: Oct '08
Location: Germany
Age: 45 (M)
Posts: 2023
generaly i do say reading educates and it never can be wrong.

but uhh, after reading some pokerbooks (mainly online) my poker got really bad Big Smile

the best improvement for your game and experience you gain in playing poker imo - learning by playing.

  10-Dec-11, 00:33   #22

Joined: Nov '09
Location: Canada
Age: 50 (M)
Posts: 2386
David Sklansky's "The Theory of Poker" helped my game a lot. The newer generation of players put it down as old fashioned, but a lot of good building blocks for someone with a few solid months online. Barry Greenstein's "Ace on the River" is not so much for strategy, but is an entertaining read on my favourite poker pro.

  10-Dec-11, 12:18   #23

Joined: Feb '10
Location: Portugal
Age: 39 (M)
Posts: 998
Online poker is in constant evolution.There is no book that can tell you what tio do in every different situactions, and because poker is in constant evolution we need to adapt. This adaptation is not making by reading the books but playing and trying to feel confortable at the level your playing.

Reading is good to start to play, after that you need to adapt and the books doesnt tell you how to do that!!!

  10-Dec-11, 12:31   #24
Joined: Feb '11
Location: Switzerland
Age: 27 (M)
Posts: 122
I don't think reading poker books makes you playing better. Any information or tip you read in the book, you can find online (we are in the 21th century). And the most important think to play good poker is practice, this means you should play a lot and so you will be better. You always should look the statistics and then you can analize your game. This will help you. good luck

  10-Dec-11, 13:46   #25

Joined: Jun '11
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 64 (M)
Posts: 221
Posted by psycokiller:
hey u asked for a little advice on books, I gve u a little advice. If u read the entire post, u would find that the spelling/grammer issue I brought up had nothing to do with u.

And hey, most people think they had a shitty upbringing and a tough life........................so fking what.

SORRY but fcking is wrong, so dina de it again

Posted by kinogomes:
This forum should be in other language, i think we need to get ride of some idiots!!!

Its bad ethiquete make fun of the way some people "tries" to speak English, knowing that most of them only learned english for like 3 years in school. Not everybody borned in a English speaking country and you should respect that psycokiller!!!

aye min ah think yer jist richt , so fire awaiy bigeen

  10-Dec-11, 17:56   #26
Joined: Mar '09
Location: Greece
Age: 43 (F)
Posts: 14054
Books can help you get an idea of what other people think and how they react in
some situations.
You must evaluate your game and improve it time after time.
Its kinda hard trying to adapt to someone elses style i believe.
It might end up to a disaster Smile

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