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Old 05-21-2008, 12:01 PM
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Default How helpfull are the poker books for beginers?

hello my dear friends i am here again with my question

this time please let me know how helpfull are the poker books

for any new player to learn about the game ?
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Old 05-21-2008, 09:55 PM
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Absolutely, a good Poker book can make a huge difference in how fast you'll pick up a feel and understanding for the game. for a beginner, I'd recommend starting out with some of the modern introductory classics:

Harrington on Holdem I : Mandatory reading for the player relatively familiar with how to play Texas Hold'em.

Harrington on Holdem II : The follow-up volume to the initial volume, with coverage of the more advanced concepts.

Phil Gordon's Little Green and Little Blue Books : Both cover the basics at a very comfortable, enjoyable pace for the beginner.

Those are just a few, but they're a great start!

PS: All of these books are available through the Chess and Poker Store
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Old 05-22-2008, 01:01 PM
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Hey thanks for giving such nice info about the poker books.

I hope the readers of this post would definaitely get benifit .

I am looking out for more answers!!!!
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