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    Recommended books for beginners

    Hi all, so good to have this forum, i'd always wanted to know what poker books more experienced players would recommend...for beginner players basically. could you suggest some? thx

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    Ryan Fee's 6 Max NL Strategy Guide, I think this is the best beginners book.

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    Hello,

    I think the best choice is Verneer: Moving up through micro NL in 2010.

    Ryan's book is also very good of course, but I'think it's "too soficticated" for NL10 and below...

    These are "pdf books".

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    The suggested books are great, but dont forget to read Greenstein's Ace on the river. Lots of good advices in that one!

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    The Poker Blueprint by Tri Nguyen aka slowhabit. good choice for beginners and some advanced things also included. i plan to reread

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    Wow, thx a lot for the tips guys! I didn't hear about the Verneer, nor the Blueprint book! I'll start to read those tomorrow
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    Guess Sklansky's Theory of Poker is worth mentioning, too.


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    right, i'm reading Sklansky's theory of poker atm, it's really hard for beginners i can tell ya +the Ryan Fee, which is much easier to read.
    tesla79: so the Verneer book is the way to go for absolute beginners? thx

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    The Ryan Fee book is OK, but I think it's more useful NL50-NL200 (or u can use at lower limits, but there are some parts which can be -EV in the micros, like u wanna careful about floating, CRs, and so on)
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    Ed Miller's Getting Started in Hold'em is also very good for beginners as i know

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