Taking Notes From Poker Books?
Whatís up guys?
So basically, I really want to make the most of my readings and research, and I came here to ask if you guys had any pointers. I have a few books right now and plan on getting some more of what are often considered essential readings according to my research.
Iíve been reading some tips on proper ways to study, and many of them just say read, re-read highlighting important parts, play, then re-read. The only problem is, I have a weird thing with marking up my books so I was thinking itíd be more beneficial to take notes and write down key points that I can quickly reference. This way Iíll have a decent collection of stuff I can review at ease instead of flipping through the main books looking for a specific part. Obviously I wonít be rewriting the whole book in my own words, but I also donít just want to write down numbers either. I was wondering if you guys had any ideas on what kind of stuff I should write.
Sorry for the rambling but basically my question is what do you guys consider proper note taking? What would you guys take notes on in a book like Theory of Poker by Sklansky (just used that as an example as itís a very commonly read book). Not everything obviously, just a couple examples that could help me figure out what I should write.