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More Hold'em Excellence
by Lou Krieger
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This is a new expanded edition which goes beyond the basics; it takes you into the mind and decision-making processes of professional poker players by providing solid information and advice on a broad spectrum of sophisticated topics. Krieger covers the importance of proper decision-making; why patience and position are vital; the flop; early, middle, and late position; common mistakes; how to play in loose, aggressive games; tells and much more. Includes the Lou Krieger full color 'Start Chart', showing which hands are playable in which situations.
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Hold'em Poker For Advanced Players
by Mason Malmuth
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Now considered the most important advanced work on the game today this book offers a tight but aggressive approach for medium limit games. (By medium limits, the authors mean $10-20 and on up to $30-60). Divided into six major sections, including discussions of The First Two Cards in early, middle and late position; live blinds, late position blind; Strategic Concepts; semi-bluffing, the free card, slow playing, check raising. This revised edition includes more than 100 additional pages that cover loose games, short-handed games, playing the first two cards, semi-bluffing, the free card, inducing bluffs, staying with a draw, playing when a pair flops, playing trash hands, desperation bets, wild games, reading hands, and psychology.
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Poker Books and Reviews

Ms Poker: I'm Not Bluffing - Boxed Set
by Susie Isaacs

Ms Poker: I'm Not Bluffing - Boxed Set Book
Isaacs is a tournament poker competitor who has collected a roomful of first-place trophies and was the first woman to win the World Series of Poker ladies championship back-to-back in 1996 and 1997. In 1998, she placed 10th in the $10,000-event vying for the $1 million first prize. Here she combines two books to create a boxed sent. she In book I she compiled the best of the hundreds of articles she's written about poker over the years. In this highly biographical work she also includes many new articles. In Book II, she draws upon her own tournament success to teach players how to finish in the money in limit and no-limit hold'em and seven-card stud.
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Nick Gullo's Guide: Operating a Professional Poker Room
by Nick Gullo

Nick Gullo's Guide: Operating a Professional Poker Room Book
The author has been involved in the casion business since graduating from Loyola University Law School. He learned about poker and other casion games from his father who was a poker player and in 1965, he began his formal experience in the casino business, working his way up from a Downtown shill to owner and president of a casino. Now with contributions from Jan Fisher, he has put together 35 chapters that cover all aspects of running a poker room. These include etiquette, hand rankings, betting terms, general procedures, shuffle and cut procedures, wagering rules, employee rules, the rake, fills, running chips, brushing, blinds (specificially how to handle missed blinds), general button procedures, kill pots.
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No Limit Hold 'Em: Theory and Practice
by David Sklanskly

No Limit Hold 'Em: Theory and Practice Book
Poker's premier theorist (Sklansky) teams up with one of the game's most respected instructors (Miller) to take the theoretical approach to high-stakses hold'em. Their work covers critical concepts such as manipulating the pot size, adjusting correctly to stack sizes, winning the battle of mistakes, reading hands, and manipulating opponents into playing badly. It breaks this complex game down to bare bones with thorough and easy to follow analyses. If you are looking to improve your cash game or tournament play, this is a must read.
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No-Limit Life
by Charlie Shoten

No-Limit Life Book
A metaphysical self-help book that highlights the authors professional poker career on the World Poker Tour where in the year 2003 he was ranked in the top ten turnament players in the world. It shares the author's roadmap to freedom that helped him let go of the poisonous memories, thoughts, ideas and beliefs he held onto, that had been sabotaging his game and his life ever since he can remember.Contains 61 cartoons and 41 (mostly Shakespeare) quotes to get his points across and justify his conclusions.

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No-Limit Texas Hold'em: A Complete Course
by Angel Largay

No-Limit Texas Hold'em: A Complete Course Book
Angel Largay shows students what works and what doesn’t, common mistakes, and how to get beyond them. Today, many of his students are full-time professional players. If you’re aspiring to become a professional—or simply to play like one—No-Limit Texas Hold’em will help you make it happen.
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Omaha Poker - 21st Century Edition
by Bob Ciaffone

Omaha Poker - 21st Century Edition Book
This book thoroughly explains Omaha, the action-packed poker form that uses four cards in your hand. It was originally printed in 1984, then greatly expanded in the Millennium Edition (1999) to give deeper coverage of the popular form for limit play, high-low split eight-or-better. Ciaffone has now republished it in 2006 under the new title 'Omaha Poker.' The entire book has been rewritten, with 20 extremely informative pages added on pot-limit Omaha high. If you have an earlier edition of the book, no need to buy the new one -- unless your game is pot-limit Omaha high, in which case you need the new book big time.

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One of a Kind
by Nolan Dalla

One of a Kind Book
Dalla and Alson, have written a solid tribute to The World's Greatest Poker Player in a combination tribute, biography and analysis of him and what he brought to the game and how he affected the people around him. Whether he's remembered as a pure intuitive player, a gifted autistic genius or just a contrarian who loved to swim upstream, against the tide at all times, Ungar will remembered for his great skills at gin rummy (one of the most feared players in the world) and the three championships at the World Series of Poker. Illustrated and indexed, the book is a sort of roller-coaster ride through Ungar's life--his ups and downs, the highs and lows.
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Online Ace -- A World Series of Poker Champion's Guide to Mastering Internet Poker
by Scott Fischman

Online Ace -- A World Series of Poker Champion's Guide to Mastering Internet Poker Book
Written by a WSOP champion specifically aimed at online players, as well as those hoping to make the transition from computer games to live games. Few have made that transition as successfully as two-time World Series of Poker champion Scott Fischman. Here he shares his expert insight, money-making tips, and priceless strategies for Internet poker, giving readers instruction that can be put into practice immediately. Fischman's success on the live tournament circuit is a testament to the value of Internet poker (which he still plays for more than 10 hours a day).
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Online Poker
by Doyle Brunson

Online Poker Book
Poker's elder statesman teaches the novice what to expect in the world of online play including providingmore than two dozen poker strategies and identifying online 'tells.' In a dozen concise but well-illustrated chapters he discusses the impact of televised poker and how online poker now ushers in a new era. One chapter offers a list of places to play with information on where you may learn to play or discuss the game and the benefits of online learning. Brunson discusses how to download software, fund your account, and how to get a taste by playing small money before advancing to bigger.

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Pass the Sugar
by Joe Hachem

Pass the Sugar Book
World champion Hachem talks about his arrival at the final table of the World Series of Poker, from his humble beginnings to his education and eventual illness that left him unable to practice his profession, to his wife's premonition that he would win the WSOP title even before he decided to play in the event. Lots of insight into his life and his game. 311 pages, hardbound, 2009.
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Phil Gordon's Little Blue Book
by Phil Gordon

Phil Gordon's Little  Blue Book Book
Valuable sections include Cash Games AND Tournament Play; Sit and Gos; Satellites and Supersatellites. Nicely illustrated with many lessons, examples and analysis, it’s a balanced, smooth-reading textbook, some of which is based on the author's experience. This balance of common sense, strategies, ploys and an honest appraisal of what was going through his mind when he made his moves adds strength to this powerful, positive pack of lessons. One unique approach is to  'improve at poker is not by finding answers. It is by finding questions,' says champion Chris Ferguson in the foreward. This companion book to Gordon's Little Green Book does just that.
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Phil Gordon's Little Green Book
by Phil Gordon

Phil Gordon's Little Green Book Book
Gordon knows the game as well as anyone. His ability to teach, suggest, and offer examples is some of the best you'll ever read. His book is both a tutorial and an informational gap-filler as it takes the novice through the basics with and understanding that there is need to rationalize and emphasize key points.
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Play Poker, Quit Work, Sleep Till Noon!
by Jon Fox

Play Poker, Quit Work, Sleep Till Noon! Book

Fox wrote this book when draw poker was in its heyday in California's cardrooms and it fast became the book to read if you wanted to compete in those games. Even though draw is not as popular as it once was, this book still stands out as one of the best books on the subject. Fox concentrates on the aspects of the game that are essential for pro players: position, frequency, distribution of playable hands (draws with bug), bluffing frequencies, eliciting calls, behavioral deductions, when to call. The book includes many math tables and dozens of psychological ploys. 343 pages, paperbound. 1977.


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