Dynamic Full Ring Poker

The Poker BookstoreDynamic Full Ring Poker

Dynamic Full Ring Poker James Sweeney’s 366 page monster on Dynamic Full Ring Poker could be called a textbook; similarly it could be called a guidebook. The fact remains though, that this book is the ultimate piece of kit for anybody interested in taking up no-limit hold’em poker. Read more…

The Poker BookstoreReading Poker Tells

Book of Poker Tells Zachary Elwood’s “Reading Poker Tells” came out in early 2012 and is the latest book on the subject of poker tells and psychology. Elwood joins the ranks of Mike Caro and Joe Navarro as noted authors on the subject of poker tells. Most dedicated poker players have read Caro’s and Navarro’s books (or at least heard of their teachings), so the question most people would probably ask is “Why do we need another poker tells book?” Read more…

The Poker BookstoreCaro’s Book of Poker Tells: The Psychology and Body Language of Poker

Caro's Book of Poker Tells Mike Caro has been one of the leading poker players in the world for many years. He has the nickname of “The Mad Professor,” not just because of his different and inventive theories on the game, but because of his virtually disheveled look, with a scraggly beard and a suit that doesn’t necessarily look recently pressed. His specialty has been in games not as popular as they used to be, specifically draw poker. In seven card stud, unlike hold ’em or Omaha, players have some cards showing Read more…

The Poker BookstoreInternet Texas Hold ’em: Winning Strategies From An Internet Pro

Winning Strategies From An Internet Pro Mathew Hilger’s book: “Internet Texas Hold ’em: Winning Strategies From An Internet Pro”, is a very useful and informative guide which seeks to address the now wildly popular game of Texas hold ’em as played on the internet. But even though the title indicates that the book is designed just for that specific way to play poker, most of the insights offered in the book Read more…

The Poker BookstoreNew Review: Tournament Poker And The Art Of War

Tournament Poker And The Art Of War Sport as war is a concept that has been around for a while, though likely offensive to those who have actually been in war. Some have tried to adopt the strategies of war as a blueprint for winning games. A Canadian hockey coach, Barry Melrose, achieved some notoriety a few decades ago when he said he was following many of the strategies which Attilla The Hun had described for use in battle. Read more…

The Poker BookstoreNew Review: Beyond Tells: Power Poker Psychology

Latest Review Mike Caro did the ground breaking work in books about poker tells, going into great detail about body movements and actions at the table. Michael Schoonmaker ‘s book from 2000, “The Psychology Of Poker,” dealt more specifically with motivations and how that effected play. In the book, “Beyond Tells: Power Poker Strategies,” James A. McKenna tries to expand on the topics of Caro Read more…

The Poker BookstoreSpecial: The World’s Fastest Online Game – Full Tilt’s Rush Poker

Rush Poker This revolutionary new poker format is designed to minimize your wait time between hands and keep you in the action at all times. When you fold your hand, you’ll be rushed to a new table for the next hand immediately.
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The Poker BookstorePoker Rooms: Why you should play the bigger poker rooms!

Might makes right when it comes to playing online poker – the largest online rooms offer the best overall product and should be your first choice when playing online. There are several reasons why you should play in one of the largest rooms.
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The Poker BookstoreLatest Review: Small Stakes Hold ’em: Winning Big with Expert Play

Latest Review Since the majority of poker players do not have enough money or are not comfortable playing in high stakes games, the book “Small Stakes Hold ’em: Winning Big with Expert Play” was written to give advice for dealing with this specialized type of game. Players in small stakes games tend to be much looser with their money and their play, which can make it very difficult to decide what hands Read more…

The Poker BookstoreThe Poker Library Essentials – 10 Must-read Poker Books

Poker books are everywhere. With hundreds of available titles, how do you know which are the best? From learning how to play to enjoying the history of the game, we’ve selected the greatest books the poker world has to offer. These are must-reads, essentials, offering great value. Read. Learn. Enjoy.
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