re: Poker & who is the best No limit hold'em book writer? And Why?
I always enjoyed ploughing on with Harrington. I really looked forward to the next bit of his book because it was all so well put together and all made good sense. Gonna order Vol 2 & 3 from Amazon cos you can't seem to find Vol 2 & 3 in the shops in the UK anymore.
With Skanskly (on the shelf now - half way through) I know I'll need to put in that bit more of an effort. It's dry and more of a slog because it reads more like a thesis - it still has some great stuff in it though.
For a breezy, readable romp, ya need ta get yer hands on John Vorhaus's "Killer Poker" and "Killer Poker Online". Vorhaus has a relaxed, informal approach and really reveals a lot about the psychological ins and outs of playing online poker - top quality!
Doyle Brunson just seemed to be a bit of a big head with his hyper-aggressive style (even though there are still things to learn from his Super System).
Helmuth? Pedestrian writer who brings nothing new to the table.