This is a discussion on Poker training books within the online poker forums, in the Live Poker section; Any good new poker training books about?
I ve read a few but after something different.
Or even an old classic.
Here i think you should look at your play style and get books that help compliment your play....as an example when i started in tourenys i found "harrington on holdem" great for learning/understanding the math...when i went to cash games, i found phil helmuth book (play poker like the pros) very helpful (i had no concept of diagnosising and asjusting to player types at that point)..now adays i think it works better to watch twitch playere...think of what you eoyld do, and when they do something different analyze there...you are wrong (most ) of the time...so makes it easy to understand and learn
Brunsen superstyem/2 is another of my favorites...i fins the basics are all you need most days...and a refresher that you are following them correctly
I would have to second that . most poker books are dated at this point. I still thumb alot of my old books. Nothing new in them and nothing I have forgotten. Cannot see myself buying poker books anymore.
I know you want to read books, but IMO most are very out of date by the time they get published. I think you would get way more out of watching the pros of twitch or exploring the forums. If you insist on reading books just type in google any pros name and I'm sure you will find plenty.
Iíve read super systems, ace on the river, and donít need to read anymore books on poker at this point. From now on itís all experience driven wisdom, not just from my play but from every hand I see anywhere and everywhere.