Top books on the game of poker

Top books on the game of poker

“Easy poker math”. A poker player of any level cannot ignore the work of Roy Rounder, who in his book crushes the myth that views poker mathematics as a task that not everyone can handle. Knowing those beginner poker players often deliberately avoid mathematical aspects, considering them extremely difficult to perceive, the author tries to explain clearly and simply how to make the calculations necessary to succeed.
Due to his work, many gamblers have learned how to calculate odds, outs, probabilities without memorizing complex formulas and tabular indicators. Rounder was able to prove that the school course of mathematics would be quite enough to gain success in this game.
“Psychology of Poker”. This publication is rightfully considered one of the most outstanding poker books on the topic of psychology in poker of all times.
The author describes in detail each type of poker player, explains the way of thinking of poker players of different types and the motives of their behavior in different game situations. Separate chapters are about bluffing. The author teaches readers not only to identify a bluff opponent but also to successfully apply this technique in the game.
“Easy game”. This work by Andrew Seidman is written for inexperienced players who wish to improve their skills, and at the same time, expand their limits. The main attention is paid to the game at short tables in No Limit Hold’em.
The author criticizes the game on a pattern, arguing that non-standard solutions and sensible improvisation will help the player to achieve positive results and become unpredictable for opponents.
“Secrets of professional tournament poker.” John Little, being a successful tournament player, was no less successful author of poker literature. His work on the secrets of tournament battles will be useful not only for beginner poker players but for professional gamers as well.
In his work, the author pays attention to the desire to win, and not just earn a living at the poker table. He explains in detail the features of the game with a stack of different sizes and all the other subtleties of the tournament game.