Several Reviews of Today’s More Popular Poker Books

Finding a good poker book
seems There are more and more poker books Especially books
on no limit holdem I am going to review Here are
The covers I will briefly discuss: Harrington on Holdem Vol I, II and III, Mike
Caro’s book of poker says, and Sklansky’s Holdem Poker For Advanced Players

I am reviewing these books
They have been very helpful to me in becoming a profitable poker player.
Educating yourself is no limit
books out there Just visit Amazon and type in no limit holdem and you will get
lots of selections I recommend Amazon for this
selection, you can buy the books used for a fair price and their are reviews of
the books right down the book These reviews are written by people that have
bought and read the book I have found some of them helpful and found them
be truthful So if you are looking for a book
on holdem Nowbet.

Review of Dan Harrington’s Volume I-III: Dan Harrington
Has got a successful No Limit Tournament He has 3
books that are really best used as a set Volume I talks about the
Starting stages of a poker tournament and hand selection Its a great book
Beginners who want to learn
Harrington goes over the books
should know The big one is hand selection and odds. He talks about how to play
tight aggressive The next Book Volume II assumes
that you have read Volume I so it gets right in and builds on the principals
from the first book. Volume II talks about the end game, meaning toward the
middle or close to the money stage of the tournament where blinds are high and
people tend to get real tight If you combine the knowledge of these two books
and have a little talent for the game of poker you will soon be successful in
playing no limit poker tournaments I made the two books I made
Significant changes to my game and went from being a hit and miss tournament
player No matter
if you follow the poker
Strategies Harrington lays out these two books you can get pretty close
consistently Volume III is a test of your knowledge What you will
find in all of Harrington’s books which I would like to say
theory and then give many scenarios where it will apply. This way not only do
You get an explanation of the tactic but also a couple of examples of where the
tactic fits in your game Well Vol. III is basically the test
scenarios for you to navigate through and after wards the book scores you Now
You can go back and review some parts of the other
Two books to improve This is the kind of
go over your game and then show you the flaws

Sklansky’s Holdem Poker For Advanced Players: Let me
start of by saying that this book is not a easy read or at least it was not for
me, however Holdem Poker For Advanced Players has lots of gems in it and is well
worth reading. I have actually read the book
I missed every time. This book is definitely not
have logged some time on the poker table I have
found this book to be helpful
poker Most of the theories are in the book
opinion The book splits in different types of games. It
talks about average games, tough games and loose games for example and then
gives you advice about the game you
are sitting in This book is definitely worth reading over an over if you play
in cash games. You will find that if you use tournament tactics in cash games
you are not going to be successful

Mike Caro’s Book of Poker Tells: Mike Caro’s book
of poker player is interested in
reading their opponents This book is full of poker says that you will see at
The poker table and how to interpret them Their are different types of says
You have told that suggestion a strong hand
This book is about the madness of the poker
to figure out This is the aspect of poker that
deals with the player I say this
player.

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