Originally Posted by Drew Iza
Hey I've got a quick question. I'm primarily a cash game player and while at the book store I saw Harrington's book on cash games and the other HoH series. What I would like to know is this... Should I get both books if I'm primarily going to play cash games? Does the HoH series offer something not present in the HoC series that could help my cash game play? Or Should I pass on the HoC series for now?
All help and time put into responses are appreciated.
The cash game books stand on their own, no real need to buy the MTT set if you're primarily a cash game player. The MTT books are excellent and a nice addition to the poker library though.
You might want to search for a library list here on the forum by AlienGenius (I should just bookmark it, but I never remember to). He includes recommendations in that list.
Not to dissuade you from buying Harrington (cuz I think his cash game books are very good), but I prefer Ed Miller's books for cash game players - there's one I haven't read that everyone likes, I forget the name (it's older than these two), but I really like the Professional No Limit Hold'Em and Small Stakes NLHE books. They're very well written, examples are very good, concept presentation is excellent, and they're very thorough.
Edit - pwned by WV before I could post...