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which book is best read to improve the game in the tournament?
 
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which book is best read to improve the game in the tournament?

This question has already been answered many times. I repeat.
My recommendations for literature:

The Theory of Poker by David Sklansky
Super/System: A Course in Power Poker by Doyle Brunson
Harrington on Hold’em, by Dan Harrington
Hold’em Poker by David Sklansky
Winning Low Limit Hold’em by Lee Jones
Winning Poker Systems by Norman Zadah
Hold’em Poker for Advanced Players by Mason Malmuth
Poker Essays by Mason Malmuth
The Body Language of Poker (a.k.a. The Book of tells) by Mike Caro
Every Hand Revealed by Gus Hansen
 
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This question has already been answered many times. I repeat.
My recommendations for literature:

The Theory of Poker by David Sklansky
Super/System: A Course in Power Poker by Doyle Brunson
Harrington on Hold’em, by Dan Harrington
Hold’em Poker by David Sklansky
Winning Low Limit Hold’em by Lee Jones
Winning Poker Systems by Norman Zadah
Hold’em Poker for Advanced Players by Mason Malmuth
Poker Essays by Mason Malmuth
The Body Language of Poker (a.k.a. The Book of Tells) by Mike Caro
Every Hand Revealed by Gus Hansen

thank you)
 
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Winning poker tournaments hand by hand has 3 volumes and i think it is excellent... dont just get theory and numbers you see every single hand including the folds of how 3 tourney pros win different style tournaments!
 
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This question has already been answered many times. I repeat.
My recommendations for literature:

The Theory of Poker by David Sklansky
Super/System: A Course in Power Poker by Doyle Brunson
Harrington on Hold’em, by Dan Harrington
Hold’em Poker by David Sklansky
Winning Low Limit Hold’em by Lee Jones
Winning Poker Systems by Norman Zadah
Hold’em Poker for Advanced Players by Mason Malmuth
Poker Essays by Mason Malmuth
The Body Language of Poker (a.k.a. The Book of Tells) by Mike Caro
Every Hand Revealed by Gus Hansen

Good recomendation I start to read, T.Y.
 
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This question has already been answered many times. I repeat.
Sorry dude, I didn't quite get that. Which books do you recommend?

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Sorry dude, I didn't quite get that. Which books do you recommend?

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Winning poker tournaments hand by hand has 3 volumes and i think it is excellent... dont just get theory and numbers you see every single hand including the folds of how 3 tourney pros win different style tournaments!

Winning Poker Tournaments - One Hand At A Time Vol.1 & 2 (maybe 3... I didn't like 3 nearly as much as 1 or 2 ).
Authors -
Jon (PearlJammer) Turner
Jon Van (Apestyles) Van Fleet
Eric (Rizen) Lynch

All very well known in both online & live poker communities.

Jon Turner
$7.7 million in online tournament cashes
$1.9 million in live winnings
Biggest Cash: 3rd place 2009 SCOOP MainEvent $527,100
Best Live Cash: 3rd 2011 wsop $1k event $274,005
also has a 2nd place finish in the Stars Sunday Million

Jon VanFleet
$7.5 million in online tournament cashes
$269k in live tournament cashes
Biggest Cash: 1st place 2010 WCOOP Ev.#2 $133,037
he's also had an FTOPS win back in 2010

Eric Lynch
$1 million in online tournament cashes
$911,444 in live tournament cashes
Biggest Cash: 24th place 2006 WSOP MainEvent $494,000


Another decent book is: "The Raiser's Edge" - Tournament Poker Strategies for Today's Aggressive Game
Elky, Lee Nelson, Tysen Strieb, and Tony Dunst
 

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If you haven't read any before, then perhaps starting out with Harrington On Hold'em - Tournament Play might be a good idea.... but these other 4 books (above) are the BOMB imo.
 
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If you haven't read any before, then perhaps starting out with Harrington On Hold'em - Tournament Play might be a good idea.... but these other 4 books (above) are the BOMB imo.

Thank you , I will start reading )
 
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im going to read this book: "The Raiser's Edge"
 
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I would also suggest that Chris Moorman and Jonathan little. Very educational poker thinking and mechanics in tournaments books
 
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Excelling at No Limit Holdem by Jonathan Little and 17 other authors covers todays modern tournement poker.
 
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