Originally Posted by TheNoobie
I doubt that. The books that are older have more value to the game, but if you want to keep studying you will come to the actual day that you will have to order something new, like Negreanu's book or something, not that it is that new, just an example. Just because the book is old doesnt mean it is less valuable, so its okay for you.
If you have any other questions regarding Poker, we'd be happy to help you. If you are just starting I can find some useful information for you online for you to read, but if you are just starting the information will be a little overwhelming, so , one step at a time. Being good at math helps, its just a hint, you dont need a professional at it, but calculating fast is kind of important when you are advancing with the game.
And it just came to my mind - if anything is actually changed it would be a book for online poker, because it is pretty different from playing live tournaments or cash games.
Okay thanks for the advice. Hmm yes, I just literally only know how to play, have made about $10 this morning though, just watching Durrr videos on Youtube seems to have helped immensely, the guy has balls! Haha, I'm an engineering student at a top 10 uni in the UK, so I think in terms of applied maths I'm pretty sharp. It's encouraging these books are all still relevant though, I just wanted to makes sure, thanks.
Originally Posted by okeedokalee
Most poker books date very quickly.Jonathan Little has written a set of very educative tournament books.
The Little Gold Book is a good follow up to the Green.
For a newbie I would recommend you try the Poker School on Stars.You could also check out the Poker Bank, lots of good free stuff there.
Thanks Although I feel what you've said contradicts the above poster a little. Yepp, I have atleast 4 of the colour books to read, can't remember the author name haha. Okay thanks, I'll check it out Yeah I've just gathered resources so far. I've fallen in love with the actual playing pretty fast, accumulated around 30 hours in 3 days. But my poker society friends told me I need to read up on the game a lot to improve properly.