PokerStars->FPP->Book->NL cash

    • AthleticAZ
      AthleticAZ
      Bronze
      Joined: 19.09.2009 Posts: 18
      Hello dear poker mates,

      I've been thinking about buying some poker book from PokerStars for FPP (Frequent Player Points).

      Just wanted to hear from you, which book do you suggest for me as a student of cash
      game.

      Is "Super System" by Doyle Brunson still working or smthg, or it's better to use other (newest, kinda other playing style) books.
      Maybe there is some great book about poker psychology, variance, tilt, swings, which would be great for a poker student. Maybe smthg about mathematics.

      Guys, if there is not anything really worth in the PokerStars, what do you suggest then?
      Book or two will be enough help for me, ty.

      P.S. Ofc gonna read all PS articles, but I want somthing, that I can hold with my hands.
      P.P.S. Sry, didn't know if I should post this under "PokerStars" threads. It's still cash.
      P.P.P.S. Some useful links?
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    • kosmonaut111
      kosmonaut111
      Bronze
      Joined: 26.01.2009 Posts: 715
      Dont know what books are there in PS shop.
      But I would reccomend you Harrington on Holdem: cash games (vol 1, vol2), Proffessional No-Limit holdem and for theory Sklansky "Nolimit holdem - theory and practice".

      About super system: it is the book to buy because it is legendary :P , but for strategy it is not so good. But you can learn some other games from this book also.
    • AthleticAZ
      AthleticAZ
      Bronze
      Joined: 19.09.2009 Posts: 18
      Originally posted by kosmonaut111
      Dont know what books are there in PS shop.
      But I would reccomend you Harrington on Holdem: cash games (vol 1, vol2), Proffessional No-Limit holdem and for theory Sklansky "Nolimit holdem - theory and practice".

      About super system: it is the book to buy because it is legendary :P , but for strategy it is not so good. But you can learn some other games from this book also.
      Thanks, I saw Harrington's book out there :)

      Also - Daniel Negreanu "More Hold'em Wisdom for all Players" seemed interesting - it is also for cash and tournament games.
      [..]50 powerful tips to make you a winning player[..]
      Any information about it, anyone?