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Book Smarts

This poker thing's starting to get a little more serious again. I've been reading Professional No-Limit Hold'em since Monday. I also picked up a couple of books on Amazon, Small Stakes No-Limit Hold'em and Harrington on Online Cash Games. Amazon.com was able to ship those books from Phoenix to Ottawa (Canada) in less than 24 hours. Take that, Canada Post!

I was actually surprised at how many poker books have come out over the past year and a half. It's nice to see that the game I loved plodded along without me. I've actually put together a small list of 17 books that I'd like to buy. Sure - I could watch videos. But I love the feel of cracking open a new poker book and hoping that I'll pick up one or two good tips. I've also found that poker books help with my frequent insomnia - especially anything written by Sklansky. DUCY?

Plans for the weekend? Read some Harrington on Online Cash Games, play some Pinball FX 2, and play a little cash game hold'em. We'll see if I can put my recent study to good use at the $0.01/$0.02 tables. My bankroll's a joke right now but I'm hoping to turn things around soon.

I'm feeling a little lucky too. I may try my hand at some online blackjack at www.onlinecasinoclub32.com! Worked for me a few times in the past so it's worth another shot, right?

Have a good one.

5 comments:

Casino Mobile said...

Great to see and read your this post.. NO limit Hold'em is a great software to play in.

black jack games said...

Those are good poker books...

PokerStars said...

Its quite interesting to note, a lot of people dont even know these kinds of books exist. That only professional players write auto-biographies which contains a small amount of information. You can find some really interesting reads

PokerStars said...

Good to see people are still investing time in writing these poker books. Sure you can find out a lot on poker sites, blogs and video's but you can't beat reading a new book in the hope of finding a few new tips!

Expert Poker said...

It's refreshing to see that people are still reading and researching about Poker through the traditional methods - books, as opposed to reading about it all online!