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I browsed some websites and the book "The Theory of Poker" came up a lot in lists and usually in top 3 top 5. So I think I'll just get that book.


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The best material isn't written, its mostly in videos and fairly expensive. That said, Janda's books are the most relevant, up until like a year and a half ago a lot of.


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The course is a good book, but it is sorta suicide for a new player playing low stakes. Ed Miller advocates constant aggression to get people to fold better hands. If.


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I see a lot of single comments pushing individual books with no comment votes and thought it would be a good idea if we start a thread and upvote the best.


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Can you list your top 5 poker books that are most relevant for general theory and nlhe. Thx. Also, would you mind listing some books that turned out to be a real.


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New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. Sort by. best Applications of No-Limit Hold 'em by Matthew Janda & The mental of Poker by Jared.


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I am starting to get back into playing poker and was wondering on some recommendations for good books. From my previous playing days, I have Super/​System.


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