This is a discussion on Poker books within the online poker forums, in the Learning Poker section; What are the best poker books you have read. Mine would be The Psychology of Poker and The Theory of Poker. What do the rest
Doyles super system was pretty good as well as Harrington on Hold em and Harrington on cash. I also read Gordon's little green book which is another good one. If you want to watch a very informative video go to you tube MIT poker class, there' like 6-7 sessions and they cover all the basics plus some advanced strategy. Good luck on the felts!
Read a new book for me Power Holdem by Daniel Negreanu. It was a good read. I like Todd Brunson section and Daniel's section on small ball. I know the book is a bit outdated nowadays. I still found it to be a good read. Anyone else read anything new to them?
I think a poker dvd is way better than a poker book
And I'm guessing you've read many poker books. Am I right?
poker dvd's? I've rarely heard of such a thing. I think Phil Gordon offered up one of his books on dvd (but not sure about that). I've made a bunch of dvd's but can't say I've seen any for sale.
PokerSki, what are these dvd's you speak of (the ones that are better than books.... oh and why are they better than books?)
I haven't read a new poker book in ages. Too bad because I really loved reading poker books (have probably read well over 50 books). I was going to purchase one last Christmas but I wasn't even able to find one I'd want It'd be great if another one came out that was a bit similar to the 'Winning Poker Tournaments - One Hand At A Time' series (Apestyles, Jon Turner & Rizen). Maybe something on mixed games by Paul Volpe &/or Shaun eff'n Deeb. (that would be something that would excite me!)