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Thranrha

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Hello,

Even though I watch a lot of videos, I really enjoy learning through books.

Are there any serious books that will really allow me to progress for online MTTs? I often read that popular poker books are unfortunately a bit outdated, so not very useful.

Thank you in advance for your help.
 
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Don't believe those who say that books are outdated. Buried treasures never get old. I've only read two books in the last few months. You may have already read the books by David Sklansky.
 
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So I'm looking for books, but I just can't find everything wrong
 
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Oksana55

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If possible Tell me what literature is useful
 
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Hello,

Even though I watch a lot of videos, I really enjoy learning through books.

Are there any serious books that will really allow me to progress for online MTTs? I often read that popular poker books are unfortunately a bit outdated, so not very useful.

Thank you in advance for your help.



Maybe try the Cardschat free training course! It's quite entertaining and informative. It has a e-book format and videos to reinforce all the reviewed examples.
 
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poker books are dead. I only keep around Super System and Berry's book for nostalgic purposes. Even the GTO books are basic copy and paste filler books generated to make a buck but not really teaching one how to learn theory so easily. I had to teach myself. Grab a program and run the calculations. It's the only way anymore if you want to get to the top. But you can't sell that advice in a book so easily, but I'm giving it to you for free. :D
 
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Have you read The Harrington on Hold ‘Em series? This was the first poker book I read and it fascinated me to the point that I later turned pro! [emoji4]

I disagree that poker books are dead, though I may have my own bias haha. It’s true though that you need to do your own studying as well to supplement.

I also really enjoyed the “Winning Poker Tournaments One Hand at a Time” series. There’s a lot of great stuff out there and I can relate as I also like to read!
 
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Good book "Texas Hold'em for Beginners". I hope that with the help of this book you will be able to improve your game.
 
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