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NL Poker Books

    • Janchiks97
      Janchiks97
      Bronze
      Joined: 26.01.2009 Posts: 60
      Hello

      Im playing poker ~4 years so far but Iv never read poker books before, so let me decide which books should i buy. Im currently playing NL10 BSS. Looking through threads i noticed that many of you suggest HoH1,2,3 but arn`t they for tournament play ? What i want find in those books is good explanation about implied odds, pot odds, EV etc... also im interested all about online poker play. :)
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    • mrnowornever
      mrnowornever
      Global
      Joined: 19.03.2010 Posts: 27
      Easy Game 1 & 2 von Balugawhale
      Bobbos Bible
      The Poker Blueprint
      Small Stakes No limit hold em ( Ed Miller,Sunny)
      How to beat No limit hold em 6 max Cash Games (Bill Vosti)
      Ryan Fee's 6 Max NL Strategy Guide
      Cash Game Killer

      contact me and i will give you advice which book to choose for you needs
    • mbml
      mbml
      Black
      Joined: 27.11.2008 Posts: 20,779
      Originally posted by mrnowornever
      Easy Game 1 & 2 von Balugawhale
      Bobbos Bible
      The Poker Blueprint
      Small Stakes No limit hold em ( Ed Miller,Sunny)
      How to beat No limit hold em 6 max Cash Games (Bill Vosti)
      Ryan Fee's 6 Max NL Strategy Guide
      Cash Game Killer

      contact me and i will give you advice which book to choose for you needs
      -Read Ryan Fee's book cause it's free, good preflop charts and great advice overall
      -The Poker Blueprint is also decent for its price (40$)
      -Smallstakes no limit holdem costs 100$, it is alright but not that great IMO, Pokerblue print is better.
      -The rest are out of your spending ability and are also for midstakes. I'm sure you are not willing to spend your entire roll on a single book.
      -Don't waste your time on books written by live pros, Harrington on Cash is decent though but I rather you buy the poker blueprint which is cheaper and suits your needs (if you are playing 6max especially). Harrington is a live player and encourages so much limping which is not too suitable for online play
    • SilverSag
      SilverSag
      Bronze
      Joined: 11.07.2010 Posts: 512
      Originally posted by mbml
      -The Poker Blueprint is also decent for its price (40$)
      -Smallstakes no limit holdem costs 100$, it is alright but not that great IMO, Pokerblue print is better.
      Please tell me that you are kidding! 100$ for a book?!

      Where should a beginner start from? I am playing FR NL Holdem BSS cash games only.
    • radler101
      radler101
      Bronze
      Joined: 18.09.2010 Posts: 21
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