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Posted on Mar 11th 2008  -  Subject: Bookreviews
I was wondering if anybody would be interested in pokerbookreviews. I have allready read 80 of them and I think I can definately help you guys out regarding questions of pokerbooks   
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Posted on Mar 12th 2008
Hey! I am very interested in pokerbooks! Tell me what you have read and which contains what, and somethind like that!Thanks.... 
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Posted on Mar 12th 2008
yeah and me. What is the best book for online tournements?
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Posted on Mar 12th 2008
I made your post sticky so all our members see it. I suggest you to keep it active as much as possible you could even make a review of a book each week etc it's up to you or just wait for members to ask you details Smile
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Posted on Mar 12th 2008
witch one you think is the best for intermefiate players
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Posted on Apr 14th 2008
A review of the new Harrington cash games books would be good.
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Posted on May 14th 2008
I've read a couple of pokerbooks, and got a lot on my PC as pdf-files. I havent read/found one that is all about online poker. But if you read more books you can use that information online as live. Hold 'm on the come is a good book about playing draws.Hellmuth books are just good and fun to read. Not a lot of strategy in those.The best book I've read so far is The complete book of Hold 'em poker by Gary Carson. I still have to read all the Harrington books.  
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Posted on May 26th 2008
Killer Online Poker Only book I've read devoted to online poker and its pretty much a waste of time. Any person that has played more than a few weeks in the online world has already gained as much insight into online play then this book provides. I would rather see players lose money at the tables and gain valuable insight, than lose money purchasing this book. Glad that I got it for free, lol. PL Omaha: Sam Farha An interesting look at Omaha through the eyes of Sammy Farha. The strategy section of this book is a little weak, but Sammy does explain to you the reasoning behind playing the way he does. His loose aggressive omaha style is very profitable for him, and those looking to exploit a similar style of play should pick this book up and learn a few tips from a master omaha player. Pot Limit Omaha: Jeff Hwang The best book I've read in regards to the world of omaha, online or live. Contains must read strategies, as well as starting hands and indepth analysis of situations  for PLO, Limit HL and PLO8, the 3 most common forms. If you are serious about enhancing your omaha game, this is the book to read. The Poker Mindset An interesting look into the psychology behind being able to survive as a poker player. Analysis of what it takes to be able to cast off the crushing defeats, bad beats and release your attachment to the idea of poker chips as money. Worthwhile for those players that have trouble dealing with the ups and downs of poker. Hold'Em Poker: Sklansky The introduction to holdem that most new players should have before they sit down at a real game, live or online. You really can't go wrong with a Sklansky book. The Theory of Poker: Sklansky I'm just starting to read this book, but as I mentioned, anything by Sklansky is worth putting on your shelf. He is a brillaint man and once again shows us why. This book should be an important tool in any poker players library. Poker: The Real Deal: Phil Gordon A decent book by Gordon, but nothing ground breaking. Explains the game from the basics and includes a little on advanced play and what not. A good read, but don't expect to pick up much new information if you've played for a while. Internet Texas Hold"em: Matt Hilger Currently thinking about getting this book from the Full Tilt store. Will read a few reviews to see if its worthwhile and then actually post a few comments if I get the book.
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Posted on Jun 7th 2008
where can i find the poker book reviews?
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Posted on Jun 7th 2008
I posted 7 right above you. Have any specific questions, feel free to ask.
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Posted on Jun 14th 2008
thx for the info i only have readen the Internet Texas Hold"em: Matt Hilger
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Posted on Jun 25th 2008
Has anybody read Gus Hansens book yet? Every hand revealed?
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Posted on Jul 4th 2008
N1 please tell me the best one to read cheers
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Posted on Jul 29th 2008  -  Subject: dvd game of poker
the of this dvd is partouche poker tour from Mindscape on this dvd there is 9 coachs 1-basics of poker 2-starting hands 3-maths of poker 4-how to play big hands 5-play the draw 6-bluff 7-casino game 8-readindyour oponents 9-tournaments poker. each coach have 6 lessons to teach after each lesson you have a series of questions to answer or a poker game to practice the lesson agains your coach. you can not play the game until you pass all the test. time run very fast just a fun game but it tell more than the 3 books i have read.    
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Posted on Sep 5th 2008
Guess the guy who started this is to busy reading to give us any reviews.  At least Dingus made an attempt, even though it reads like a cut and paste job.  
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