Audiobook: Jonathan Little on Live No-Limit Cash Games, Volume 1: The Theory. How well can you handle the complex situations that arise in live no-limit cash game play? Leading professional Jonathan Little excels at this form of poker. Listen to this book and learn how to master the intricacies of this fascinating game.
He's authored three poker ebooks, made over 100 instructional poker videos, hosted live workshops on poker theory, and has been interviewed on about poker on radio and TV over the years. You can read more about him here. Book Contents: Table of Contents Introduction 4 About The Author 5 Chapter 1: Why are you playing? 6 First Goals 7.
The 10 Most Popular and Best-Selling Poker Books of All Time 1. The Theory of Poker: A Professional Poker Player Teaches You How to Think Like One (1987) by David Sklansky. This is. 2. Harrington on Hold’em: Expert Strategy for No Limit Tournaments, Volume I Strategic Play (2004) by Dan.This book sets out a detailed set of rules for poker. It is not intended for beginners, and it does not provide instruction on how to play. Drawing on their considerable experience the authors systematically discuss every stage of a poker game, highlighting situations that can give rise to argument and recommending solutions.Poker and Gaming Books. Two Plus Two has been the leading publisher of quality gaming and poker books since 1987 with English language sales of over 2 million copies worldwide, and foreign language sales of several hundred thousand and translations (currently) into 15 different languages.
The book also contains an introduction by Howard Lederer. The stories are: Walter Mosley - Mister In-Between Jeffery Deaver - Bump Alexander McCall Smith - In the Eyes of Children Michael Connelly - One Dollar Jackpot Joyce Carol Oates - Strip Poker Sam Hill - The Stake.
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Little Green Book by Phil Gordon (2009) — Phil Gordon was one of the biggest poker stars of the 2000s. This book was released at the height of his fame, coming off his role as host of the.
Liar's Poker is a non-fiction, semi-autobiographical book by Michael Lewis describing the author's experiences as a bond salesman on Wall Street during the late 1980s. First published in 1989, it is considered one of the books that defined Wall Street during the 1980s, along with Bryan Burrough and John Helyar's Barbarians at the Gate: The Fall of RJR Nabisco, and the fictional The Bonfire of.
Tony’s book is an experiment. He goes out to try to spend a year as a professional poker player. In a way it’s a modern book, but when he did it there was really no such thing as a professional player. He hangs around for a year playing and imagining a parallel life.
Dan Harrington started taking poker seriously in 1982 and has both had some impressive results and published several great books on poker, the most important of which is his Harrington on Hold’em series. You can read his full biography, including numerous details from his private and professional life, on his bio page here on BTF.
I suggest focusing on books that give you a better cultural understanding of the game and of the psychology of people that play it. They are more timeless and fun to read, and will make the game sticky even if you are losing and having an aggravat.
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Such are the offerings included in Phil Gordon’s Poker Box Set and includes Phil Gordon’s Little Black Book, Phil Gordon’s Little Green Book, and Phil Gordon’s Little Blue Book. All of which, strangely enough, are by Phil Gordon. These books are classic works of poker strategy that have not lost their edge even as the books have aged.
Another one of the timeless classics of poker, this time, directed at the more advanced player Hold'em player. The book covers everything from tells, short-handed play, and even psychology. It is also one of the older books to be ranked so highly having been published nearly three decades ago. Buy this book.
Based on those, I looked further and picked up Liar's Poker, to which the Portfolio article is a sort of postscript. Liar's Poker is about bond trading at Salomon Brothers during the financial boom of the 1980s. Lewis, fresh out of the London School of Economics, was hired by them in 1985.