Originally Posted by atlantafalcons0
I've never read a book about poker - I like to learn by playing.
How would you know then if you liked learning by adding in some books as well?
Moshmann's book is good for sure (for SNG).
Another one you might want to consider is, "Kill Everyone" (the newest edition with the supplement from Elky).
For NLHE Tournament poker.. Harrington on Holdem Vol.1 & 2, but then an every way cooler book than these is, "Winning Poker Tournaments - One Hand At A Time" by Rizen, Apestyles & Pearljammer (Eric Lynch, Jon VanFleet & Jon Turner, put together by Matt Hilger). Ask anyone who's read it, what their fav. poker book is... and guaranteed they'll tell you that this is the shit. (there's just been a 2nd edition released but I haven't read it.... 'yet').
The books I've mentioned above aren't just the only other books I've read on poker. I've actually read well over 50 now but these are the best for NLHE MTT play imo.
You can often pick up alot of books via 'inter-library book loans'. The book you've just purchased Pshchology of Poker is one (of many) I loaned out this way (twice actually, about a yr. apart). It's an ok book but am glad I loaned it & didn't purchase it.