Originally Posted by WVHillbilly
Wouldn't recommend Harrington to a micro cash player (it's entirely MTT focused).
Wouldn't recommend Super System to anyone (outside of as a historical read) only because it doesn't even begin to relate to today's online game and following some of the advice it contains is a good way to lose money.
100% agreed with that WV. Super System is a great read if you're wanting to find out the absolute basics of some of the other variations of poker(omaha, triple draw, believe there is razz, stud, etc.) but it isn't a book that a beginner is going to pick up and read and automatically know how to play poker now. The advice the book gives on holdem is the complete opposite of how it's played today when it comes to aggression, and if you followed the book's advice strictly, you would be eaten alive.
Also with Harrington's tournament books, they obviously aren't going to help the cash game player, but his cash game books could help a little bit, although they are definitely not geared for the micros. For the low micros, the best thing to do is just play ABC poker. Play your good hands aggressively and get rid of your bad ones. There are a couple of good eBook's that I have regarding micro limits, if you want to PM me maybe I can send one of em to you.