After spending years playing and coaching, he decided to put everything he knows about Texas Hold ‘em in the book. It’s more of a general style book without a concentration in a specific poker ...
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In 600 pages, Doyle Brunson and five leading experts in their various specialties tell you when to raise, call, bet, and fold at Texas No-Limit Holdem. This book is the result of over 10,000 hours of hard work by the some of the world’s greatest players and theorists and has never been equaled in value or scope.
This Texas Hold’em poker book by Alexander Fitzgerald is targeted at live players. The book focuses on numerous situations where even very experienced players behave in predictable ways. These deeply-ingrained habits lead them to make mistakes. Alex is a highly successful player and one of the best poker coaches in the world.
The Harrington on Hold'em series is widely regarded as the Bible (Bibles?) for Texas Hold'em tournament strategy. If anyone ever asks for a recommendation on a good tournament strategy book, you can be sure that the question is quickly followed by the acronym HoH .
This book covers all aspects of Texas Hold'em Poker with it's major emphasis on the Limit version. David Sklansky recommends, at certain points that you should re-read the previous chapter several times. Good advice. I found it necessary to do so in order to fully grasp some of the concepts. All-in-all an excellent book, well worth the outlay.
Mathew Janda's Applications of No-Limit Hold'em represents an excellent resource for everyone looking to improve their Texas Hold'em fundamentals. The book introduces and explains theoretical concepts such as ranges, bet sizing, and much more.