Author: Larry Phillips
This book sets out to achieve a clear and reasonable goal of applying Zen to help your poker game
Author: Mark Harlan
Covers setting up an account, securing funds, navigating, using abbreviations and lingo, etiquette, playing Texas Hold 'Em and Omaha, devising a winning strategy, and tournaments.
Author: Matt Mattros
"The Making..." is kind of a hybrid. It is a personal story and also one which attempts to explain poker strategy to the reader.
Author: Michael Craig
Details of the three year period in which a billionaire banker attempted to beat the best professional poker players in the world at their own game.
Author: Nolan Dalla
An account of the life of Stu Ungar, one of the greatest poker players that ever lived.
Author: A. Alvarez
A book exploring the lead up to, the characters behind, and the culmination of, the 1981 World Series Of Poker.
Author: Anthony Holden
Tony Holden's follow up to his successful book, Big Deal, about playing at being a professional poker player for a year.
Author: Michael Kaplan
A wonderful book with each chapter detailing a bio on a different poker player.
Author: Lee Robert Schreiber
Poker as Life is the first to address the rest of the world in table terms.
Author: Johnny Hughes
In this excellent tale of family, poker, and the human condition, Johnny Hughes weaves together multi-generational stories with his prosiac story telling.
Author: Des Wilson
The definitive history of poker. From Wild Bill and Deadwood, South Dakota to the origins of the Wolrd Series of Poker, Wilson covers it all.
Author: Ed Miller, David Sklansky, and Mason Malmuth
Concepts such as pot odds, pot equity, playing overcards and many others are discussed in this beginners book.
Author: Jean Scott
The complete tax implications of gambling are a big mystery to gamblers, accountants, and even the Internal Revenue Service itself. The IRS offers surprisingly few details to guide gamblers through the tax maze and what it does say is often general, vague, even contradictory.
Tax Help for Gamblers deals with the innumerable nuances and gray areas of gambling and taxes. It covers all the whys and wherefores of this complex subject, including tax-code specifics, record-keeping, filing your tax return, state-tax considerations, and audits and other tax problems.
The author opens up to the reader about his experiences, both good and bad, in his poker journey over the course of 2 years. He covers all aspects of this fascinating game...internet poker, cash games, tournaments, WPT and WSOP events, personalities, strategies, and lessons learned.
Author: Dan Harrington and Bill Robertie
Solely devoted to hand analysis, the workbook is short on theory but long on practice.
Author: Neil Myers
A book is aimed at supplying a flexible strategy for small buy-in tournaments.
Author: Arnold Snyder
This book examines the "speed" of various tournament structures, and advocates a method for playing for "fast" tournaments.
Author: Phil Gordon
A series of short essays on no limit hold'em topics.
Author: Nick Grudzien and Geoff Herzog
This book, by respected 2+2ers, deals with winning in today's tougher limit games.
Author: Collin Moshman
Heads-up confrontations can occur in any game, even when every seat is occupied. Yet most hold ’em players who transition to heads-up, especially from full ring no-limit games, do not succeed. Adjusting to the amount of aggression can be difficult since heads-up battles require you to bet and raise with many hands. Mastering heads-up no-limit hold ‘em is invaluable if you’re looking to add a loose-aggressive component to your game. With more heads-up matches available, becoming proficient in them is highly profitable. This text is the first strategy book devoted to no-limit heads-up play.
Author: Kim Isaac Greenblatt
Practical low and no limit Texas Hold'em ring game advice to act as a reminder of all the things that you should be doing but aren't.
Author: Lou Krieger
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.
Author: Matt Flynn
This book teaches you how to play and think like a professional. It shows how to size your bets, manage the pot, manipulate your opponents, know when to go all-in, and avoid the big mistake.
Author: Neil Myers
A book devoted to hand analysis of no limit hold'em.
Author: Tri Ngueyen and Cole South
This 80 page e-book covers a very wide range of advanced topics with regard to no limit. They cover a smattering of topics that will help the most advanced players progress to the upper eschelon of online poker. It focuses mostly on 6-max NLHE and deals heavily with range based math and thought processes that lead a player to make the best reads and plays available to them.
Author: David Sklansky, Mason Malmuth, Ray Zee
A definitive work on seven card stud poker, including new text for loose games.
Author: Ashley Adams
Adams gives advice on how to play a tight and aggressive game.
Author: Tommy Angelo
Discussion of various aspects of the game of poker.
Author: David Sklansky
The Theory of Poker by David Sklansky discusses theories and concepts applicable to nearly every variation of the game, including five-card draw (high), seven-card stud, hold ’em, lowball draw, and razz (seven-card lowball stud).
"By far the best poker book." - Greg Raymer 2004 WSOPME champ
Author: John Feeney and David Sklansky
This book focuses on the thinking involved in the game and details a systematic approach.