re: Poker & Tournament Books Recommendation
Originally Posted by Gamble1996
Which tournament books would you recommend here
Harrington on holdem series
Winning poker tournaments one hand at a time
i am a beginner
Your list here has the best NLHE Tournament books on it.... so am guessing you've done some homework on the subject (obviously).
IF you're a beginner.....
I'd start out with Phil Gordon's 'Little Green Book'
(it's a well-written book),
then next would be 'Harrington On Holdem
(Vol. 1 & 2
a good foundation on Tournament theory although this series is getting outdated now for online play (still very well worth reading if you haven't already read them,... I've read them a half-dozen times & would read them again, lol... but I'm a poker book addict/freak)
& lastly, 'Winning Poker Tournaments - One Hand At A Time'
(this is the best book by far but if you're a beginner/intermediate, you'd for sure want to read the others first).
Vol.2 of this book is now available & have heard it's even better than the first edition (book takes off where Vol.1 leaves off... ITM (after bubble pops & late stages)). I'm waiting for my copy in the mail at the moment.
- revised edition w Elky supplement (MTT/SNG NLHE)
I haven't read this book but it had been on my list for quite some time. I 'had' always heard it was an excellent book until recently when I read some reviews of it by good MTT players (regs.) who said it's more of a beginner book for Tournament play. I'm probably still going to grab a copy of it but with less expectations than I'd previously had.
For SNG play I'd also recommend Collin Moshmann's SNG Strategy
. It'd give you a good foundation to SNG theory.