cash NLHE books

    • Isibane
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      What books are the best for NL Hold'em cash games?
      I was thinking about buying David Sklansky's books.
      I never read a book before but read some articles and played aloot. so I'm kinda nice player (0.02$/00.5$ atm because of small bankroll)
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    • darkonebg
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      The articles are all you need for now.
      Sklansky's books offer you a more analytical approach to poker and poker logic.It is a complicated matter and is not for beginners.Therefore, I see no reason to invest in a book you dont need for now.
    • soucy
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      Free 6 Max NL Strategy Guide is a great free eBook for Shorthanded games.

      It's free for download just search at google for "ryan fee 6 max pdf"
    • darkonebg
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      Originally posted by soucy
      Free 6 Max NL Strategy Guide is a great free eBook for Shorthanded games.

      It's free for download just search at google for "ryan fee 6 max pdf"
      This book is not aimed towards the microstakes. Most of the techniques there are pretty advanced and are meant to be used against regulars in NL100+ games.Therefore, playing this style will result in general brokeness in a NL5 game.
    • Djvandal
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      Harrington on Cash games i have heard is quite good there are 2 volumes
    • Waiboy
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      Originally posted by Djvandal
      Harrington on Cash games i have heard is quite good there are 2 volumes
      Three volumes actually, and the Vol. III workbook is essential to tying all the theory together IMO.

      But nice read, and obv lots of good stuff in these.
    • Adzi
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      Originally posted by Waiboy
      Originally posted by Djvandal
      Harrington on Cash games i have heard is quite good there are 2 volumes
      Three volumes actually, and the Vol. III workbook is essential to tying all the theory together IMO.

      But nice read, and obv lots of good stuff in these.
      Harrington on cash games has 2 volumes. Read haf of vol. 1. Didn't have time to read further (college sh*t) but planing on reading both volumes during summer.
      Harrington on Holdem (tournament play) has 3 volumes ;) (read first 2, going to read vol. 3)
    • Kruppe
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      which limits does dan harrington beat online?