Best poker books
I've been playing hold 'em on a casual level for about 5-6 years now, mostly playing with friends, a few minor local tournaments and on-line now and then. But a recent profitable trip to a casino poker room has made me want to hone my skills and take the game more seriously. I've started my poker education by reading a load of articles on-line, and also by buying a few poker books
. I already had a copy of Phil Gordon's Little Blue book lying around which i've read in the past few days, and am borrowing his Little Green book from a friend to read. I know that there are other books in the series which i might go out and buy, but i was just wondering everyones opinion on these books? I found the information useful and easy to apply to my own game because of the examples given along with the analysis. I've already ordered a couple of other books that i intend to read that most articles say are among the best on the subject - Harrington on Holdem vol 1, Caro's Book of tells
, Doyle Brunsons Super system, Killer poker online, Killer poker no limit and Online Ace and was just wondering if anyone had any other recommended reading?