I read a book called Ken Warren Teaches Hold 'em. This book was criticized a little bit in a review I subsequently read, but I liked it. It provides exercises to teach you instead of just lecturing. However, it is for the very beginner who may not even know the rules yet.
After reading the book I drove to Atlantic City and played live poker for the only time in my life. I played $2/4 limit HE and finished up approximately $250 after an 18 hour session. So the book isn't all bad. It it easy reading and clear lessons, but it is for beginners.
Originally Posted by trewtrew
if ur looking for a great poker book and a great read go for Doyle's super system. Improved my game a ton, especially my Limit holdem game. Also a lot of interesting poker anicdotes aswell.
Is Super System II a continuation (or sequel) to Super System? Do you have to read SS and then read SSII or can you go straight to SSII without missing much?
Originally Posted by LizzyJ
Lastly, the article written by Chris Ferguson on proper Bankroll Management should be at the top of your list. Takes about 10 minutes to read but will save you the heartache of trying to figure out what limits to play and when you should move up (or down).
Is his article online anywhere? Got a link?