Tournament poker books...

    • Biglion
      Biglion
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      Joined: 22.03.2008 Posts: 1,249
      I have the Harrington books...

      I now want to buy some book with my FPP on PokerStars.

      Kill Everyone by Author Lee Nelson, Tysen Streib and Kim Lee

      or

      Tournament Poker for Advanced Players by David Sklansky

      Wich one is better?

      SHould I get the two?


      :D
  • 5 replies
    • Puciek
      Puciek
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      Joined: 23.01.2008 Posts: 657
      If you really opt for more tournament books, go for sklansky, his gambling approach to poker is great.
      Tho on your spot i would start reading cashgame books as hohs gives you enought knownledge to be profitable player.
    • Biglion
      Biglion
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      Joined: 22.03.2008 Posts: 1,249
      I am a SnG and MTT player... not a cash game one. :D
    • Hlynkinn
      Hlynkinn
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      Joined: 14.06.2008 Posts: 4,998
      Winning Poker Tournaments One Hand at a Time Volume I by Eric ‘Rizen’ Lynch, Jon ‘Pearljammer’ Turner, and Jon ‘Apestyles’ Van Fleet

      I've heard this one should be the best one for mtt players...

      Pearljammer is one of the best online tournament player and the book is really good... or at least I've heard that :)

      not sure tho... Not into the whole poker books thingy
    • Puciek
      Puciek
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      Originally posted by Biglion
      I am a SnG and MTT player... not a cash game one. :D
      Don't be a square, beeing able to play something more than sng is great when u will decide to try real life poker. Thats why i've played some cash, resonable amount of omaha, albo because just sng all the time is BOOOOORING :D .
      Plus this concept will sum with each other.
    • Ben2m2
      Ben2m2
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      Joined: 17.10.2006 Posts: 1,242
      by chance im also reading sklanskys book. I cant say i know the first book, so i can not judge on that one but if you are serious about tournaments sklanskys book is really really good and i like the way he explains his examples alot aswell, makes it easy to see where you need to adjust your own game :)

      edit: its hard to spell his name right ;)