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Top 20 Poker Books – Part II

September 6th, 2010 No comments

Top 20 Poker Books – Part II

This is the second bart of our Top 20 Poker Books review. The following books are still very excellent and will provide you with tons of information regarding poker. Some even include playing strategies and tips.

Pot-Limit & No-Limit Poker by Stewart Reuben and Bob Ciaffone

This is one of the single best options on the market for “Huge bet poker”, focusing on pot limit and no limit poker. It also covers significant concepts for lots of varying games, when the majority of books solely focus on Holdem. These well respected authors do a fantastic job in explaining NL and PL cash games and tournaments. No serious student of the game should be without this one.

Winning Low limit Holdem by Lee Jones

The value of this book is easily recognized by the fact that it is well over a decade since its original release and is still one of the best first references in learning limit poker at a low limit level. The key concepts are clarified extremely well and is a fantastic start in improving your limit/fixed game. If you’re looking to beat the loose low limit games, this will certainly help you do it.

Advanced Limit Hold’em Strategy by Barry Tanenbaum

This is a fantastic title for all those who have experience winning in lower limit games and wish to step up to the mid and high limit games, where games often become a lot tougher. So much advice that most readers will have to go through it at least once to digest all the well presented information. Strongly recommended for aspiring players.

Limit Hold’em: Winning Small-Handed Strategies

This book keeps up with the times, offering advice for new emerging small handed games. Particularly vital for newer poker rooms, which often comprise of weak small handed tables. The author discusses differences between live and online play, as well as small handed and full tables. The only danger in this book is the lack of strong foundation advocating their advice. Regardless of this, this is a excellent book to improve your small handed game.

Small Stakes Hold’em: Winning Huge With Expert Play

Contains an in-depth analysis of principles a player needs to know in order to play winning Holdem. Invaluable chapter against all those opponents who will do anything but fold. Contains one of the largest sections devoted to questions and answers, in order to learn by practice. Designed for intermediate players who want to focus on beating loose/passive games.

High-Low-Split Poker for Advanced Players by Ray Zee

For anyone serious about Hi-Low poker, this is one you just cannot be without! This book discusses all required concepts in fantastic deal, along with examples. This is the single best reference on the subject and you would be at a huge disadvantage playing the field without it.

Sit’n Go Strategy by Collin Moshman

Moshman has filled a gap in the market here, covering one of the most well loved tournaments online today, Sit & Go’s. This book delivers many new and exciting strategies, from a player who could be labeled as a maths geek, but plays as aggressively as Phil Ivey. Some of the more daring moves presented in this book are not encouraged below a 0 buy-in level. This is generally aimed at players with some experience in Sit and Go’s and wish to start moving up levels, in which more advanced play is required.

How to beat Sit&Go poker tournaments by Neil Timothy

This one covers the main concepts involved in such events and clarifies them well. Vital more in-depth concepts have not been covered, such as independent chip modeling, leaving it an simple to read first step in learning how to beat lower limit sit and go events.

Secrets of Small-Handed No Limit Holdem

Small handed and heads up play are vital aspects of poker, which come in to play in tournaments and cash games. Small handed poker is know becoming one of the fastest growing forms of poker and you would be well advised to study up on it. Teaches you to dominate live and online in 6 handed, 3 handed, and heads up games. 245 quiz questions and example compliment this book well. Not advised for beginners. This is for players who have excellent knowledge of general poker and are looking to advance their small handed game.

Heads-Up No Limit Holdem by Collin Moshman

With so many different forms of heads up games emerging, being proficient in them can be very profitable. Learn to master expected value, exploit opponent playing styles, attack button limps, bluffs, playing aggressively and more. This is a valuable tool needed for success.