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Card Games For Dummies. Barry Rigal. The Office Playing Cards. Chantel de Sousa. Phase Ten Perfect Score Sheets. Edward O. Mass Market Paperback.
Doyle Brunson's Super System. Doyle 'Texas Dolly' Brunson. Texas Hold'em For Dummies. Mark Harlan. Black Red Cover Design.
Life's a Gamble. Jared Tendler. Jonathan Little. Alton Hardin. Steven Hartman. Dan Harrington. Hold'em Wisdom for All Players. Daniel Negreanu. Power Hold'em Strategy.
Every Hand Revealed. Gus Hansen. Poker For Dummies. This is the book that probably helped me make the most money.
One of the only books on the list that will always be relevant. A clear winner! Learning how the connection works between learning process, confidence, motivation, and fears not only saved my poker career but also changed my personal life and happiness drastically.
The Old Testament. Let There Be Range! One of the most important books from one of the best players in poker's glory days. Very solid ideas from the game's best players trying to lift the curtain on the deeper aspects of the game.
Every chapter is of good quality, but some are outstanding like Todd Brunson on Stud 8. I definitely need to re-read this book, and likely more than once.
There is not a book on the market that shares a deeper understanding of online tournaments than this one. This is a great book with good information on bubble theory.
My book helped bring millions of people into poker! Elements of Poker Tommy Angelo Mindset. It improved the less general strategic part of my game more than any other book.
Barry shows the reader everything they need to know about the poker world. Reading this book helped me figure out I had no clue what was going on, even though I thought I was a good player at the time.
This book allowed me to start making a living at poker. This third book in the series is my favorite because it takes the strategies from the first two books and plays them out in a tactical way.
My emotions are mixed, but my opinion is clear, this is the most influential poker book I have ever read.
Elwood nails a few concepts down that haven't been brought to light elsewhere. I'm so amazed of how much of a brilliant human being he is.
So well rounded, so compassionate and so wise. A thrill ride read through the high and lows of poker, regarding money and emotion, and is highly entertaining.
This is a book that will not only transform your game but also transform your life in a big way. Zen and the Art of Poker Larry W. Phillips General Strategy.
A book that strays outside the norm which makes it a unique gem and one of the best poker books I've ever read. This book is one of the original masterpieces in the tournament poker realm.
The definitive poker novel. A masterpiece that could only be written by a rare talent that lived every minute of this journey.
For me there is The Biggest Game in Town and then everything else. Another entertaining read, if you like poker and bad boys! Joint A fascinating story of a great gambler for the time.
I'll never forget when I have played with Andy Beal and the moments leading up to it, all I could think about was this book.
Gave me a significant insight as to how other players at that time may have been making decisions. This book inspired me to think hard about 7-Card Stud while nobody was paying attention to it.
There were things that I had learnt, but I didn't know what they were or how to articulate them so when I read this book it was an immediate validation of my thoughts.
Overall interesting gambling and non-gambling applicable strategies of thinking. Cloutier Hold'em Strategy. These are two of the Top 10 best overall competition players.
If it comes to you over the many years, then you must be doing something worth reading about. Pauly has a really interesting way of looking at the game.
I read this after having joined the WSOP broadcast, so it was surreal to read about the world I was living in.
I love that this book is about a woman in poker who is full of determination and emotion in such an honest and transparent way. Harrington on Cash Games Volume I.
True sickos were already way ahead of those books by the time the book was published, But great springboard to putting it all together.
Very helpful with starting hand ranges. Another important book early in my career to learn to beat live Limit Hold'em games - back when reading books was my 1 way to improve in poker.
The first of its kind for the internet generation; this book helped players to view the job more seriously. The Tao of Poker Larry W.
The best poker book I've ever read hands down. No stone left unturned; Larry covered it all. When stressed or nervous, people will cleanse their palms on their laps to pacify themselves That alone helps me tremendously with reading people while playing.
Yardley Biographical. It's the first serious poker book with some strategy that still holds up 60 years later.
It's a classic and deserves to be read by every student of the game. According to Doyle Doyle Brunson Biographical.
The book is a series of anecdotes and advice from a lifetime of poker including dissecting bad habits, and guidance on how to act on and away from the tables Buy this book.
It is much easier to inhibit what you reveal in your words than what you reveal in your face. For this fact alone, I usually don't try to solicit verbal information at the table I use their face to tell me their hand.
I learned everything else in battle. An excellent book that helped me learn concepts to beat big bet poker early in my career.
It was a decent book in an under-covered area, especially his views on when to get out of a hand. A memoir from one of the greatest players to have ever played poker.
Incredible stories. I think this is one of the must-reads for a beginner to intermediate level player who wants to strengthen their game.
Poker Tilt Dutch Boyd Biographical. Read 'em and Reap Joe Navarro Psychology. An underrated but good instructional book that will help both your overall strategy as well as your mental game.
Being a close friend to Joe, I was excited to read this biography and gain further insight into such a generous and caring family man.
Stewart Reuben Omaha Strategy. A look at short-handed Pot-Limit Omaha games by two of the Netherlands finest. Omaha is the game everyone wants to play and this is a must read if you want to improve your basic game.
A great way for new players to learn while breaking even or slightly winning as a novice. In contrast to many theoretical poker books, this one is quite light reading yet still manages to provide lots of useful information without getting bogged down in formulas, equations and complex graphs.
Along with Play Optimal Poker, this is another excellent book for poker players aspiring to improve their theoretical game. Highly touted book.
Felt like the structure was terrible and could have been better. Much better value out of paying for a training course.
Aside from the negative review above, there have been a few mentions of typos. An addendum has been provided here which addresses this issue.
I have been studying poker for some time but always struggled to make decisions about what to study and to see a real impact of that study.
I think like many players I scratched the surface of many topics without achieving enough in any specific topic.
This book has changed that for me as it sets out a clear process for selection of topics and how to get the knowledge and skill you need on that topic before moving on.
This book is a great way to supercharge your other poker material and to get more from these other sources as well. Thank you Mr Matsuhashi.
There are no negative reviews and hence the 5-star reviews on both Amazon. While many of the strategies discussed inside will force you to move outside of your comfort zone, they will also make you a much tougher opponent to play against.
Aggressive 3-betting strategies, donk bets, over bets, and many other unorthodox tactics will often leave your opponents scratch their heads in confusion, which is exactly what you want to achieve.
The material is very focused and distilled to key rationales of what works, and why, against large chunks of the opponent field; then what to do about it.
The writing is quite crisp and well edited for poker material. Having read and studied a wide variety of technical poker material, convincing myself to execute the concepts while playing is somewhat different.
They need better editors as most of these authors are given free range to ramble about pointless nonsense. No structure to most of these books either.
Great for live and online tournaments. I highly recommend this book. I can not fathom why this book has great reviews.
And none of it is about tournament strategy! I am extremely disappointed in this book. If you have any experience playing already this book is a waste of time.
Written by one of the greatest players of all times, Doyle Brunson himself, Super System revealed game strategies that very few players privy to up to that point.
While many believe this book to be outdated in this day and age, it still offers plenty of great advice for those new to the game.
Super System may not be enough to crush poker games left, right, and center these days but it will give you the fundamentals of winning poker strategy to build upon.
Any one who wants to elevate their understanding of the game and its history should read this book. The NLHE section is general poker strategy by todays standards, I understand that super system was a great poker book when it first came out but now there are so many better poker books out there.
It offers a really good, easy-to-follow, and detailed breakdown of sit and go strategy for every stage of the play.
Many of the concepts discussed inside apply to tournament poker in general and the author has done a great job explaining some of the basics early on, before moving onto more complex strategies.
This is the core concept that Ed Miller addresses in his book Playing the Player. He teaches you how to make correct reads to understand your opponents and then make devastating adjustments to significantly improve your profits.
The book covers all sorts of players, from tight rocks to crazy maniacs, and describes exactly what you need to do against every type. Learn how to win pot after pot playing against overly tight players, turn the aggression of overly aggressive players against them, and much, much more.
This book was a waste of time. This poker tournament book is designed to improve your play across various areas, from knowing when to continuation bet, over figuring out good bluff spots, to generally explaining how to constantly grow your stack in a tournament without being at risk.
It is an excellent read for online tournament players and those who aspire to make it in online MTTs.
In this book, you will find out how Gus Hansen played every single hand when he won the Aussie Millions out of a large field of players.
Although some of the poker strategies used may be outdated, a lot of the concepts described are are still critical to beating the games today.
Even, so if you just want an entertaining read about poker or gambling , this is the book for you. Gus is one of the best live players to have played the games, having made multiple mega cashes over his career.
Not only his best hands. Each one has a detailed narrative which allows you to understand his thought process for each hand.
It reminded me a bit of reality television. I felt like I was sitting there watching Gus from behind the safety of a TV screen and waiting for the car crash to happen.
It was also a bit like listening to Dark Side of the Moon in that it gave me a picture of what goes on inside the head of a barking loon. You see, Gus is a very different player to those that have read through Harrington, Moshman, Gordon et al.
Every hand revealed is it, a lot of the same reading page after page in my opinion not a good poker book. It is the complete opposite of boring.
The most important poker math is distilled down to easy to understand and digestible nuggets which will get your mathematical thought process on the right track.
You can do everything required with just a basic understanding of addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and some practice on the felt. There is no number theory here, there are other books if you want that.
But if you want the essential math foundations for your game when making tough 20 or second decisions playing online, then this is the book.
If you believe poker is a numbers game, at least as much as a psychological one [and it is], then get this book.
This the premise of this book stems from golf where players are often taught to not think about other players or the scoreboard and instead just play the course.
This book is one of the easier books to read that I have sunk my teeth into with plenty of practical examples frequently sprinkled with quizzes to test your knowledge.
The Course is targeted at Live games so taking the strategies employed in this book and translating them to the online scene may not deliver the expected results.
Further, this book is aimed towards a beginner. A quick glance at the table of contents shows a range of topics which may leave an experienced player feeling underwhelmed given the relatively expensive price tag.
In saying that, as an experienced player, I did enjoy this book and the new perspectives provided. I bought this for a friend. His mindset on the game was running bad and so was he.
This book got him back on track to his winning ways. Great book for your poker arsenal. This book will give you a fresh outlook on poker again.
As in poker and as in life. The material of this book is beginner level material. Yet, it is hyped as a take to the higher level book. Dan Harrington is rather famous in the poker world, not only for his the WSOP main event back in but also for his series of books called Harrington on Holdem which were somewhat revolutionary when they came back in These books were primarily geared towards tournament poker but he was back in to pen a strategy book aimed at cash games.
However, the book is easy to follow, provides a great list of hand examples, and would be good for a beginner or intermediate player who needs a refresher of the fundamentals of cash game play.
I have read many poker books and this is probably the best no limit cash game book I have read, especially for covering all stakes.
It simply does what it says on the tin — so if you are looking to learn a few different variations of poker, this is the book for you. I am really pleased with this book!
The man who wrote it is very enthusiastic about Poker. He has really delved into the facts to get the games correct. They use a whole different language.
This book is very well written, nothing seems to be left out. I am totally enjoying it! Would buy it again and certainly recommend it to friends.
This was one of these books that were absolutely vital to my poker development. So often, players will just work on their technical skills on the poker table while completely neglecting the mental side of the game.
As aa result, these players are susceptible to tilting, motivation issues and lack of focus. The psychology of poker is equally important as your technical skills — if you cannot apply your technical skills due to tilt, motivation, etc.
Jared Tendler makes that easy in his keystone book which covers many of the key strategies he has taught to golfers and poker players alike.
Preventing tilt, improving focus, and generating motivation are just some of the key strategies covered. This book is absolutely crucial and should be read by any player moving on from the Beginner stage.
Have issues with spewing off buy-ins over and over? You can even apply the skills you learn from this book to outside of poker.
Jared started out life as a golf coach after all. When you think about all the money you could have saved over the years you will kick yourself.
Improve your game now by reading the mental game of poker. For me, it highlights why things are the way they are but never actually goes into depth on how to solve them.
Excellent at highlighting problems but telling you to then think about stuff is a bit pointless in my opinion. These are the only way you will improve your mental game.
There are very few poker books that one would call mandatory to read but if there were such a list, The Theory of Poker by David Sklansky would definitely make the list.
The author addresses numerous important concepts of the game, such as the value of the positions, bluffing, odds, heads-up play, the importance of psychology, and much more.
This book is about the Fundamental Theory of Poker. Although not a recent book, much of the information is timeless.
These are the ideas that separate the experts from the average players. In addition to the Fundamental Theorem of Poker and how it should affect your play, the book discusses deception, bluffing, the slow-play, the value of position, psychology, game theory, implied odds, semi bluffing, and more.
This book might have been very good ages ago, but we there are a lot of better poker books by now. I found nothing new after browsing through the whole book, and it was also very boring.
There are better books for complete beginners. There are better books on advanced aspects of the game.
Even at 10 years old, this book has rafts of relevant tidbits which will help you improve your game. Although poker strategy evolves, the mindset, habits of playing solid poker have not.
A total of elements of poker, each of which can add the pieces of your poker game puzzle together and get your playing better poker. It is not about a particular game or how to play certain cards.
Tommy Angelo gives you credit for having a winning A-game. His point is that every minute you spend playing your C-game is costing you a tonne compared to spending that minute in your A-game.
Read Elements of Poker and watch your C-game diminish from your life. It never leaves completely, unfortunately, but Tommy Angelo can help you keep it mostly behind you.
His take on table and seat selection is important a bit more in depth than most other material. And if you can implement the tips in these books, you will take your mental game to the next level, no matter how good you think your mental game is today.
I can guarantee that. Here is what I posted:. I play poker semi-professionally and this book gave me insights that can truly take my game to the next level.
You can check them out over at amazon. Jonathan concisely spells out his basic approach for staying ahead of the competition in tournaments.
Everything he spells out in this book is consistent with what he teaches online and can improve your game.
A very short book with large print and lots of white space. Very disappointing and not worth it. It talks about exploitative strategies when you know your opponents tendencies really well.
Something that rarely happens in a small tournament. Save your money! I read this book at least 5 times and have gone back to test, change and test again the hand ranges and examples Matthew gives in the book.
Bookmark and come back to it later. So this teaches you how to best target and exploit other opponents which are essentially the crux of poker.
I refer to this book as my poker bible and plan to read it again soon as a refresher. Unfortunately, my paperback has seen a bit too much reading:.
For anyone who has any aspirations of moving up to small stakes and above, make sure you check this book out. His discussion on how to reason balancing has been vital to me.
I think a common rookie mistake is to get too sneaky-trappy, resulting in smaller pots than monster hands deserve.
In general, my choice of aggression vs. The book should one of the first pages clearly state that the approach is an approximation and the results should not be used.
As a theoretical book, it is very poorly written. If it was sold as a non-theoretical book I would give it 2 stars. The top poker players make lots of approximations in every single hand.