This is a discussion on Poker Books on Poker Stars within the online poker forums, in the General Poker section; Hi all,
I recently started playing on Poker Stars and Ive accumalated a nice amount of fpp's. What are the best books for sale on
I recently started playing on Poker Stars and Ive accumalated a nice amount of fpp's. What are the best books for sale on POker Stars that you would recommend me picking up with my points?
Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks alot!
13th January 2010, 11:01 PM
Poker Orifice [16,728]
"it depends" (lol), what type of game do you prefer to play?
If your game is MTTs &/or SNG's, and if you haven't already read the Harrington On Holdem Series (Vol.1 & 2)... I would get those books.
They also have my favourite NLHE MTT book on their list >> "Winning Poker Tournaments - One Hand At A Time". THis is the best MTT book out there in my opinion. It is geared more towards higher buyin MTT online play.
(Kill Everyone is good too but I don't see it on their list).
14th January 2010, 7:36 AM
Poker at: Carbon
Game: NLHE and O8
Honestly I would just go on Amazon and buy whichever book. Use those FPPs for satellites or something.
14th January 2010, 8:52 AM
Online Poker at: Poker Stars
Game: Hold 'em
I agree with Poker Orifice in regards to "Winning Poker Tournaments One Hand at a Time". I've mentioned it in a few of my posts, as well. If you did get a book from there, I would get that, especially since I'm not sure if you can get it in any stores anyway. I had to buy it from Borders' website. Otherwise I'd just save your points up for something else later on.
14th January 2010, 4:05 PM
re: Poker & Poker Books on Poker Stars
MTTs- Harington on Holdem or WPTOHAAT(dont get it if its your first poker book imo)
STT- Coling Moshman Sit´n go Strategy.
Beginer-Phil Gordon litle *Colour* series.
14th January 2010, 6:06 PM
Online Poker at: poker stars
I did the math on this at one point at worked out your better of buying the books on amazon.
work out the value in cash you could get for each ffp, then work out how much cash the book is costing you in regards to those figures then go to amazon you'll see I am right. might as well use those points to save up for cash bonus or free tournament entree.