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Poker Books

Poker books are one of the most important part of poker game for people who are going to become professional poker gamers and want to turn poker game into profitable entertainment. Poker books accumulate the poker knowledge, playing skills and unveil how players may improve their position. Useful information of poker books can help you understand some aspects of this game. It is not a secret that there is a large number of poker books are written by various professional poker players.

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The best poker book for you depends on how much experience you have, what poker games you like to play or regularly play and how "hard" you want to work. Poker is deemed the game of skill, and it requires some thinking and skills of an actor or psychologist because playing poker well also depends on “reading” people’s reaction. Therefore, some poker books are also difficult to study. However, some of them are adapted in an easy-to-follow way with the developing of on line poker.

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Despite online poker game seems to be more simple than offline poker, the online game involves a common strategy and similar approaches. Online poker players also should read the poker books if they want to achieve good results in poker. Poker online has some undoubted advantages (for example, in offline poker it is used to play with two or more players but internet poker much more simplifies the procedure of looking for players)  

There are some poker books, which can be called the bibles of poker knowledge. These books give a fundamental understanding of the game. Some of such poker books may be not well written but be very informative. For example, you may start with The Theory of Poker by David Sklansky, who is one of the most reputable poker theorists. Supersystem by Doyle Brunson was written in 1978 but it still remains very important and useful. The other beginner's poker books are the Body Language of Poker by poker guru Mike Caro, Improve Your Poker by Bob Ciaffone and Zen and the Art of Poker by Larry Phillips. The advanced players may proceed with such books as Hold 'em Poker by David Sklansky; Hold 'em Excellence and More Hold 'em Excellence by Lou Krieger; Hold 'em Poker for Advanced Players (21st  Century Edition) by David Sklansky and Mason Malmuth; Seven-Card Stud for Advanced Players (21st Century Edition) by David Sklansky, Mason Malmuth, and Ray Zee.

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In fact, the book of David Sklansky The Theory of Poker will be very useful for beginners. It deals with such topics as whether playing razz or hold’em, when it is better to bluff , to get a better hand to fold. In the Theory of Poker author identifies poker’s fundamental theorem. Sklansky states that you have made mistake when you haven’t play the same way that you would have had seen your opponents cards. It seems simple, but for avoiding mistakes and force others to make them you need to have a solid understanding of odds, game theory and any number of ploys you and your opponents might utilize. Although the book contains a lot of fundamental aspects of card poker, players particularly those new to the concepts will find the book slow going and the material – dense. Sklansky states that he is a card player, not writer. In the foreword to Hold'em for Advanced Players, he asks reader to forgive his abrupt and humourless style. In sum, The Theory of Poker is a must-read and is an essential text for any poker player's library. All rights reserved