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The Best Books on Hold'em Poker

"No Limit Texas Hold'em" "Harrington on Hold'em (Vol. 1)" By: Brad Daugherty and Tom McEvoy By: Dan Harrington Level: Beginner Level: Advanced The ultimate book to learn the fundamentals of No Limit Hold'em. Perfect to give to your friends who want to learn the game. The best book ever written on No Limit Hold'em tournament play. Volume 1 covers nine to ten handed play. 4 out of 4 stars. 4 out of 4 stars.

"Harrington on Hold'em (Vol. 2)" "Mike Caro's Book of Poker Tells" By: Dan Harrington By: Mike Caro Level: Advanced Level: Moderate The best book ever written on No Limit Hold'em tournament play. Volume 2 covers final table play. Ever wonder how the pros know what all the newbies are holding? This is the definitive book on "Tells." 4 out of 4 stars. 4 out of 4 stars.

"Tournament Poker for Advanced Players" "How to Win No Limit Hold'em Tournaments" By: David Skalanky By Tom McEvoy & Don Vines Level: Advanced Level: Moderate This book was intended for advanced players who want to learn the finer points of tournament play or for big Cash players who want to transition to tournament play. It does not (nor was it intended to) cover all aspects of NLH tournament play, but several indispensable nuggets are contained within. A good introduction to big tournaments. It doesn't compare to Harrington's work (see above), but might be a bit easier to digest for a less committed player. 3 out of 4 stars. 2 out of 4 stars.

"Super System" "Winning Low-Limit Hold'em" By: Doyle Brunson By: Lee Jones Level: Moderate Level: Beginner The first poker book ever written -- and it's still a must-read for any serious poker player. Doyle Brunson breaks down the fundamentals of "power poker." Wanna know how to beat a low-limit cash game? Or maybe your buddy's home-game tournament? Then reading a book on how to beat the best in the world might not be the best way to go. Lee Jones delivers a great book for beginner poker players. 3 out of 4 stars. 3 out of 4 stars.








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