I'm looking into starting a shelf of poker books
, and I was wondering what the general public of CC suggests. I tend to play the psychology, "play the player, not your hand", Doyle Brunson school of thought, kind of game. I'm not big on math, numbers, hands per hour, etc. I use the rules of 4 and 2 for percentages on outs, so that serves me well enough for now at least. I tend to have a hard time laying down big hands even if I know there's a decent chance I'm beat. I HATE how much I chase. I need to cut that down big. I play too many hands, I need a more definitive answer on "what to play, when".
Basically, I need books that can turn a bluegill into a pike. For non-anglers, I'm a fish, I want to become a dangerous fish at the least.
On my list to get currently is Harrington On Hold'em Volume 1, Super System, and Negreanu's "Hold'em Wisdom for All Players". Anything else CC suggests?