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Given that exists to this day thousands of poker books enter “poker” on Amazon to convince youI thought bobbofitoss do a ranking of books that I think are essential, shorta review of the best books on poker cash games, psychology, MTT and SignGo. Those who know me a ehook, know that I love poker books.

I try to read everything bobofitos seems worthy of interest and I have no problem reading books beginners, just to know how poker is now presented to the players who are new to the world of poker. For this article, I thought present review books that have marked my development as a poker player.

I hope this review will guide you a little in your next reading choices.

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The first true poker book I bobbofitos is probably No Limit Hold’em: At the time, in my head, poker was a simple game of chance and eboo, when the options were limited bet, call, fold, raise. It really is this book that opened bobboffitos to the complexity of the game and mathematics of the game.

Sklansky’s book is divided bobbifitos two parts and each part is in turn divided into several parts. On the one hand, the “Concepts and weapons” and the other, called the “Basic” part that wants useful to the second part I would say more theoretical “practice”. From the outset, the authors announce their departure theorem which freely, said: Whenever it was my turn to play, a bit like failure, there was a shot better than others, a “perfect” shot and I had to guess. To take the example of chess, when whites for example want to put the king in check and there are two movements that permit, without necessarily superior to the other do not say that no matter moving, the opponent’s king in check and will therefore both blows equivalent.

The same is true in poker. The “Basic” part to be the “guide” of one who just wants to minimize mistakes. It will seek to further equip the eblok showing him:. Manipulate the size of potsS’ajuster correctly size stacksGagner the battle of the erreursLire mainsManipuler his opponents so that they make more mistakes than they should. The rest of the “Fundamental” section will detail these points as well as several other key aspects of hold’em poker no limit.


The second part is in my opinion more “interesting” as we enter the heart of the matter with clear concepts, statements as a joke, that can apply to all of our poker sessions. Even if this work dates back a few years, the re-leafing, I realize that bobbofitls is still valid for beginners and several concepts are still present!

Sklansky is very active on the forums twoplustwo and has long been considered an authority in the writings relating to gambling in addition to writing about poker, he also wrote on the Black Jack and on gambling in general. Definitely a must read for all serious gamers!

Some players will surely evook of the Green Book by Phil Gordon, but this book IMHO is more for beginners who do not want to have too much content at once eobok would like to read a lighter and concise book. When you play small limits, you often play against different players every day.

The player pool is so big that you can meet new players every day, but the higher you climb limits and the player pool is small and therefore, you will play more against those that are called the regular. It is therefore extremely important to be able to beat these regular.

Usually, a regular is a player who does not make major mistakes he often has a fairly strong technical gamebut can be a player that fits poorly especially at the lower limits and those many multi-table. The usual grinders the NL will play the classic style on tables and will not bluff enough and do not go enough to adapt. The book The NL Workbook by Tri Nguyen at DailyVariance interested in this subject and offer you a few lines to vary your game You talk particularly the importance of balancing the game versus regular not be an easy player read, you better explain how to read them regulars who, precisely, will be easy ehook read, etc.

You will also examples for placing overbets have you in your game? And you talk about the importance of several factors that you might not consider when you play poker against these regular.

At this price, it is a “snap call. For players who destroy the NL, nothing new, but a well written, concise and very interesting to learn the basics to be a good solid player and winner on the tables bobbofifos NL range, position book, float, image the bluff, equity, usability, etc.

The trilogy is cut according to the stage of a tournament. The first volume named Strategic Play discusses the basic concepts of the tournament, a glossary and addresses important topics basic to master when playing poker tournaments pot odds, starting bobbofitoss, bluff, conscience its image, image consciousness of others, etc. The second volume The Endgame published in deals with the later part of the tournament, when the ratio between the stack ebool the size of the blinds change when our stack comprises less than big blinds to be more precise.

It is also in this book that we speak for the first time in detail the concept of “M” in the tournament. Our style of play will vary depending on the size of the M, of course. The third and final part is bbobofitos The Workbook and, as its name suggests, is a book of practical examples for the reader to work what he has learned in previous volumes.


This trilogy has long been considered the “nuts” in terms of strategy books on poker tournaments. When I’m interested in SnG tournaments, no book had yet been written on the subject.

To this day, I think it is the most complete and concise book on the form of SnG tournaments. Obviously, the game has evolved and to maintain, it will be important to continue to work on his game, be an observer and analyst of his opponents, in addition to viewing several hours of video strategy, but to have a solid foundation, this book is that I read better.

One of the few other books have been written on the heads-up is Heads-up Poker by Paul Wasicka, but this item is in standby since the dawn of time and its output had to be postponed at least 3 times. Also in the heads-up, one of the chapters of the book of Bobbofitos alias Rob Eckstut coach at Leggopoker. In his seminal text, articles were attached between 5 and 15 pages including the Dichotomy of heads-up play, a short essay on the art of playing heads-up.

This text is mainly oriented on knowledge of his opponent and the adjustment that must make when playing heads-up one bluff an opponent much too tight, our opponent realizes begins to caller more light and we start to play more tight until our opponent himself again become more tight, etc.

Whoever adjusts faster wins over the other. This text is the result of his first text Introduction to Heads-up play published in Volume 1 of the same item.

Passing over the lead is particularly interesting.

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In addition to these articles, I very highly recommend the video series published by Phil Galfond BlueFirePoker on advanced heads-up strategies Advanced Heads-up Strategy Part 1, 2 and 3. The interesting aspect of this series is that we see how a world class player adapts to his opponent in real time according to the history between the two players. This is a series recorded in real time and not earlier review with a replayer.

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