Originally Posted by RichKo
I just got these books not to long ago and only just started to read them but they seem great so far.
1. Texas Hold'em Odds and Probabilities
2. Practical Poker Math
Yeah, I got Texas Hold'em Odds and Probabilities as a gift. What I've gotten into is pretty good. It also has CD-ROM software with it.
I don't know what the CD-ROM does, but I do know it has a poker calculator on it.
I think you can get information on the book(s) by the author; whom, also wrote a book strictly on internet gaming.
You don't really have to know math to succeed at poker. You just need to know how to deductively think and apply basic math concepts.
I think being able to read your oponent is the most important thing; although, that is a little harder to do online. However, if you're in a donk tournament, it is easier to adjust your play.
Of course, this is my opinion.