Hello .You have the opportunity to get knowledge of books or internet in order to have more skill and agility .When i started playing poker i was a really fish ,during the time i learned how to steal blinds ,the possibilities , the position etc .So i believe books and internet may help you a lot if you want to be better at poker .
Jeezus christ The Grinder's Manual is more than 500 pages
It's kind of what I was looking for though so I'm going to tough it out.
Hahaha yeah it's supposed to be all encompassing. I'm about 4 chapters in and I really like how it's structured. One topic builds on the next and he works through hands and references previous chapters to reinforce. I'm planning on coming back to it a few times in between reading other poker books once I finish it for the first time.
I've read quite a few and I can promise you that you'll get much more from YouTube and tracking you hands. Take the hands you track and run them through flopzilla and see where you're making mistakes. If books are just your thing Excelling at No-Limit Hold'em by Jonathan Little
I read only two books. I can not say that thanks to these books, I greatly improved my results, but they had a certain positive impact on my game.
1. Ed Miller "Texas Holdem for beginners".
2. Andrew Seidman "The Easy Game".
What poker books have helped you most with your game?
If books are your thing Jonathan Little has quite a few out there that are definitely worth reading, and he keeps putting them out so its fresh. But if you can though I'd recommend checking out hand analysis on you tube. There's tons of free content out there. Guys like Doug Polk, Jonathan Little, Brad Owen, Daniel Negreanu, Andrew Neeme, and many others put out new content daily.