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Find Threads Started by The Imp. That's why books like TGM and Janda are way ahead, and why some not all of the concepts in old books like when to cbet will just burn your moniez. Re: Which books to read I dont know if I buy that "out dated mantra". Op if you are playing 6 max cash online read The Grinders Manual first Janda's books both of them , and Tendlers mindset books both of them. The Grinders Manual and Janda's latest book are probably the best two if you're playing 6-max cash. My recommendation is to read every damn thing you can. When I started 4 months ago I bought the following books: Play poker like the pros - Phil Hellmuth Harrington on hold'em vol 1 - Dan Harrington Phil Gordon's little green book - Phil Gordon Then last week, having read the above list twice, I bought the following: The theory of poker - David Sklansky Hold'em poker for advanced players - David Sklansky I didn't get super system just because I'd read that it's very outdated however I've recently read comments on this site saying that the above list is also outdated and to buy books from this year. Re: Which books to read Quote: Originally Posted by sixfour what has changed in minbet poker to make this so? Send a private message to moxiepilot. Which books to read I've been playing for about 15 years but playing properly for about 4 months. Janda's Applications book, reading those hand examples is a good primer, after one can start to study with the GTO softwares. Find Threads Started by Mercury. Re: Which books to read You're going to get a nice list of current publications to read from other members here. If you are playing live or tourneys It explains the math of the game in a clear accessible manner. Re: Which books to read might help op a little bit if we sort out which books are for what games rather than just putting up random lists The Grinders Manual and Janda's books are modern and aimed at online Cash mostly 6 max Harrington Vol 1 is tourney book. Saying a book is outdated is not mantra, it reflects the realities of the playing environment. Send a private message to sixfour. Find More Posts by Mercury. Janda's 2nd book has much of the preflop strategy, that might make it worth a read, but from most part that 2nd book is very incomplete and offers an incorrect strategy, so only as a supplement it might be read. Send a private message to Fatboy Find More Posts by Fatboy Find Threads Started by Fatboy Send a private message to SharkytheFish. Don't need to read anything else. I always feel there is room to learn. After a while you have enough data to form a sound foundation to play off of. Smilies are On. I have been playing close to 3 years and I am a decent to good player but not a great player. In these 4 months I've been spending about 6 hours a day divided between playing, reading and watching poker. Find More Posts by amarri. Send a private message to The Imp. Find Threads Started by King Spew. Thread Tools. Find More Posts by SharkytheFish. You are unique and anything you can get your hands on will make you better'. Originally Posted by Glomb Is that "applications of no limit hold'em"? Find More Posts by sixfour. Remember Me? Should I disregard these classics and get brand new books or are these still the best out there? Those days are long gone You need to be able to do a little bit more than just bang away at the pot button with your made hands to get by online these days. Find More Posts by pucmo. I dont know if I buy that "out dated mantra". The more you can hone in and drill your play style to these fundamentals will pay off in the long run. Find Threads Started by moxiepilot. Is this the case? I am not that interested in tourney play and have zero interest in online play. User Name. There are some principles that don't change over time. Originally Posted by The Imp. Originally Posted by Glomb Originally Posted by King Spew. Computer Technical Help Programming. Find Threads Started by SharkytheFish. Originally Posted by The Imp The book was originally published in Send a private message to King Spew. Re: Which books to read Janda's Applications book, reading those hand examples is a good primer, after one can start to study with the GTO softwares. Re: Which books to read Quote: Originally Posted by amarri sharky or anyone else for that matter.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} The rest of the materials for nlh cash are outdated or do not offer anything. Ask your possibly naive question here and our community will attempt to help you. Also, what other books would you suggest? There's nothing wrong with taking Janda's psychology and applying it. Find Threads Started by sixfour. Forum Rules. Send a private message to Glomb Find More Posts by Glomb Find Threads Started by Glomb Re: Which books to read The Grinders Manual and Janda's latest book are probably the best two if you're playing 6-max cash. I'm confident in my beginner ability showing a consistent profit online and in home games. Mark Forums Read. Originally Posted by sixfour. Find More Posts by moxiepilot. BB code is On. Find Threads Started by amarri. Theres nothing wrong with taking super system and applying bits and pieces to your style of play. Send a private message to Mercury. You take info from here info from there Past experience from games played and you file it away. I can honestly say I have found useful info and actionable strategys in each book. Originally Posted by amarri. Find More Posts by King Spew. You did not answer his question You're going to get a nice list of current publications to read from other members here. Find More Posts by The Imp. IMO poker knowledge is like a data bank. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}I've been playing for about 15 years but playing properly for about 4 months. All times are GMT The time now is PM. I think Harringtons 6-max book holds up quite well but I haven't read it. View Public Profile. Gaines also has an excellent book about hand reading. Which books to read. Holdem Poker for Advanced Players is a fixed limit book by the way, it's very outdated too. I have read Harrington Vol 1 as well as a couple of other books. Beginners Questions Poker beginner? Find Threads Started by pucmo. Re: Which books to read sharky or anyone else for that matter. You need to know this to be successful so you can't really go wrong reading it. Send a private message to amarri.