Review of Ed Miller’s Playing The Player: Moving Beyond ABC Poker

Ed Miller’s latest book, “Playing The Player: Moving Beyond ABC Poker To Dominate Your Opponents” is now available as an e-book or paperback. Read our review inside.

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Book Review: ‘Small Stakes No-Limit Hold’em’

Ed Miller No Limit  Book

We review Ed Miller’s new book ‘Small Stakes No-Limit Hold’em’

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Five of our favorite tournament poker books


PTP picks our five favorite books that focus on tournament poker – is your favorite book on the list?

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Five of our favorite tournament poker books


We suggest five poker books that fcous primarily on tournament play for those looking to give their MTT game a shot in the arm

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Winning Poker Tournaments One Hand at a Time Volume I

Winng Poker Tournaments One Hand at a Time

We review volume one of the popular book from Rizen, Apestyles and Pearljammer covering tournament play.

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Review of Harrington on Cash Games


After changing the tournament landscape, Dan Harrington is back with a new book that tackles cash games. Read our review of Vol 1.

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Review of Sit ‘n Go Strategy by Colin Moshman

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With the market for generalist poker books essentially flooded at this point, publishers are quickly turning to texts that cover more specific formats to capture reader’s attention. One result of that shift is Colin Moshman’s book from 2+2 that focuses exclusively on single table tournaments, commonly referred to as SNGs (sit and gos). [...]

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Professional No-Limit Hold ‘em: Volume 1, by Matt Flynn, Sunny Mehta, Ed Miller


While it took them a decent amount of time, 2+2 now seems to be on the ball in regards to publishing books that focus on no limit cash games. This book is Ed Miller’s second foray into NLHE cash, the first being a fairly well-received introductory text co-authored with Sklansky. Miller apparently took somewhat of [...]

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The Mathematics of Poker by Bill Chen and Jerrod Ankenman

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Not so much a poker book as a math primer with frequent illustrations that draw exclusively on poker. Chen and Ankenman have created a unique text, one that deals far more with a meta approach to the game of poker from a mathematical perspective and offers very little in the way of traditional, scenario-focused advice. [...]

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5 tips for getting more out of your poker books

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Poker books are a great investment that can pay serious dividends for your game. The great thing about books is how much they can do for your game if you’re just willing to put a in a little effort above and beyond a once-and-done skimming. Here’s a list of quick tips for increasing the return [...]

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