This is a discussion on Buy a Good Book. within the online poker forums, in the Learning Poker section; A good book is part of your learning curve. Buy it and you have it as a permanent reference. One I would recommend, once you
A good book is part of your learning curve. Buy it and you have it as a permanent reference. One I would recommend, once you know the rules and the basics of the game is David Sklansky's "Hold em Poker". He is considered to be one of the foremost poker strategists, and he was the first to publish a table of starting hands, which has become the standard of better players. The table ranks the hands and gives the position, either early, middle or late, from which to play them. Having a working knowledge of this alone would stop you playing nonsense hands.
26th May 2016, 1:00 AM
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Yeah, that is a classic good one.
26th May 2016, 3:37 AM
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Thank you for indication of these books.
I saved with several people and they all loved.
So you can buy will also improve my knowledge.
29th May 2016, 3:44 PM
another one book about poker Every Hand Revealed by Gus Hansen (2008)
Unlike many poker strategy books, this is a readable, entertaining look at a single tournament played by Gus Hansen. He's a very aggressive player -- which makes him very difficult to play against as his actions can represent a wide range of heads. It was great for him to "pull back the curtain" and explain how he picks his spots to challenge other players and when to retreat. His seemingly random playing style is actually governed by careful thought and analysis before each action. There's less actionable advice than in other similar books, but it's an easy, quick read that's sure to (re)-inspire one to keep learning more about poker