This is a discussion on own game or books? within the online poker forums, in the Learning Poker section; When I started to play poker, I improvised, I didnít know about the position, nor about the cards that I was advised to play in
When I started to play poker, I improvised, I didnít know about the position, nor about the cards that I was advised to play in one position or another, and Iíll tell you that Iíve been pretty bad at starting to study literature, it seems to me that Iím becoming, as itís, may well her literature?)))
What exactly will help improve your game no one will tell. All individually. This can be watching videos, reading books, analyzing your game, discussing the game with other players, and training with a coach. What will give the best result, no one except you will not determine.
I think reading poker books is very important along my poker journey. At least to learn how the game developed and hopefully learn the fundamentals. Currently reading the famous Ace on the River by Barry Greenstein. I also read Doyle's book but can't remember if I finished it.