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Hi Im seeking for a good book about online texas holdem poker (NL low stakes) that will help imrpove my game at low stakes tables.
Ive started playing poker online for a month or so at poekrstars holdem NL .01/.02 tables mostly and my stack just keeps growing as long as i keep my mind relaxed and not go on tilt over stupid plays...
So im trying to find a book that will just help improve my game.
I've also heard good things about books by Ed Miller, but I've never read any of them myself. If you're *really* beginning, Phil Gordon's "Little Book" series is supposed to be easy & digestible.
9th December 2009, 1:16 AM
i forgot to specify my level but i dont consider myself a beginner.
im a mediocore player (w/e that means ) that still amkes mistakes
9th December 2009, 8:16 AM
Poker at: stars
re: Poker & Seeking Good online poker book
no book unless you mean an e-book....(there really hasnt been one made thats worth reading. I read Killer poker online by vorhaus like 6 years ago, and I think most of it isnt applicable now.).......watch videos....you will learn a lot more.......If you use a hud, I would recommend the video section of cardschat....also if you play on full tilt, there is a website that you can get absolutely free membership to stox and cardrunners without signing up for anything, so I got free membership to stox out of that.....I use deuces cracked and get access to all the pay videos for free...but a certain amount of rake has to be reached for that....also get rakeback from somewhere, although I think its better to do this with a coaching site with videos or w/e......
9th December 2009, 10:54 AM
Online Poker at: ipoker
i think you would find ed millers video series on small stakes holdem absolutely briilliant. They were extremly helpfull to me and still are. So i would suggest rather than investing in a $30 book why not try a month subscription to stox where ed millers videos are?
I know sites like stox or cardrunners were extremly helpfull when i was first learning and found it to be much better value for my $ than just a single book.