2. Poker Networks
3. Poker Books
4. History of Poker
Poker Books (Suggested Readings)
Small Stakes Hold 'em: Winning Big With Expert Play
This is a good book about limit hold'em for beginners.
Hold'Em Poker for Advanced Players David Sklansky
This is a very good book for limit hold'em once you've mastered the basic concepts.
Championship Pot-Limit and No-Limit Holdem by T.J. Cloutier
The only comprehensive book out there on no limit.
Middle Limit Holdem Poker Bob Ciaffone
If you plan on playing the $10-$20 and above game, read this
Winning Low-Limit Hold'em
If you plan on terrorizing the $1-$2 and $2-$4 game, this would be an okay buy. It only tells you the basics, which you probably can learn off of this site. Otherwise, a very mediocre book.
The Psychology of Poker Alan Schoonmaker
A fun read, but nothing special.
Play Poker Like the Pros Phil Hellmuth
Tournament Poker for Advanced Players
This is a solid book for a ring game player trying to learn how to adjust to the tournament game. The book is primarily focused on limit holdem tournaments though.
Positively Fifth Street
This is the true story of a reporter who was assigned to cover the World Series of Poker and ended up making the final table. Very good bedtime reading.
Omaha Holdem Poker: The Action Game
This is a short, but very good book on Omaha
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