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, 2005-09-13, by TwoGun

In terms of quality, two books at the opposite ends of the spectrum are Harrington on Hold'em Vol. 2 and Internet Poker for Dummies.

Harrington on Hold'em Vol 2 provides a lot of insight about how to play well at the end of poker tournaments. It's a great read for both intermediate and advanced poker players.

On the other hand, Internet Poker for Dummies is a book that lives up to its name. It merely introduces the reader to the world of internet poker. Most people who currently play online probably already know almost all that is written in this book. Even a person brand new to the online poker scene can glean most of the information provided in this book by browsing a few online poker sites and poker information websites.

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