We continue with places 11 to 20 in our top 100 poker books series on learning Texas No-Limit Holdem. Today’s selection is teaching you about cash game strategy, betting, bluffing in different situations, starting hands selection, tournament and general strategy and how to keep your emotions under control in tight situations.

Take a look at our previous blog post Top 100 Poker Books for Learning Texas No-Limit Holdem: Places 1 to 10

The Illustrated Guide to Texas Hold'em: Making Winners out of Beginners and Advanced Players!

11. The Illustrated Guide to Texas Hold’em: Making Winners out of Beginners and Advanced Players!

by Dennis Purdy
$19.68

In this intelligent and funny book, you learn how to become a skilled player fast. It gives you actual situations where you have to make decisions on every move. Dennis Purdy shows you the right answer to each hand with a clear explanation. If you are an absolute beginner or an experienced player looking to sharpen your skills, you will learn to bet smarter and win more money.

The Mathematics of Poker

12. The Mathematics of Poker

by Bill Chen, Jerrod Ankenman
$29.95

Poker has been dominated by players who have learned the game by playing it, people who cultivated an intuition for the game and are adept at reading other players’ hands from betting patterns and physical tells. Over the last five to ten years, a new type has risen to fame within the poker community. They use computer science and mathematics to play poker and share the information on the Internet. These players challenge many assumptions that underlie traditional approaches to the game. One of the most important characteristics of the new approach is a reliance on quantitative analysis and the application of mathematics to the game. The book provides an introduction to quantitative techniques and game theory in particular. Some of the mathematical techniques that can be applied for poker are difficult and complex. The book tries to break down complex ideas and make them accessible to players without a strong mathematical background.

Harrington on Modern Tournament Poker

13. Harrington on Modern Tournament Poker

by Dan Harrington, Bill Robertie
$39.95

Over the last ten years, no-limit hold em tournament play has evolved into a newer, tougher and faster game where good players have to evolve to keep up. Dan Harrington takes a fresh look at no-limit hold em tournaments. He explains how the game is currently played, and what you have to do to be a successful tournament player in the future. Topics examined include how to play different hand types preflop, when to 3-bet and 4-bet, how to analyze the flop, turn, and river, and how to size your bets. You learn how to adjust your strategy as your stack size grows and shrinks, and how to handle the new breed of super-aggressive players that you meet at the table.

Poker Workbook for Math Geeks

14. Poker Workbook for Math Geeks

by Doug Hull, Laura Peronis
$45.00

This book is the perfect gimmick to improve your mental math for your next poker game. It shows you how to estimate your hand’s value, covers implied odds and the idea of calculating your value versus and entire range of hands. Hundreds of problems are included to practice mental math until it becomes automatic and intuitive. Estimation techniques and shortcuts are explained so that you can do the proper math at the poker table when you need it.

Playing The Player: Moving Beyond ABC Poker To Dominate Your Opponents

15. Playing The Player: Moving Beyond ABC Poker To Dominate Your Opponents

by Ed Miller
$49.99

In Playing the Player, Ed Miller shows you how to make the right reads and the proper adjustments that top pros use to crush their adversaries. You learn how to win pot after pot, how to gain the upper hand against tight-aggressive regulars and how to use loose players’ aggression against them. Practice how to profile opponents, spot their weaknesses, and attack.

Poker's 1%: The One Big Secret That Keeps Elite Players On Top

16. Poker’s 1%: The One Big Secret That Keeps Elite Players On Top

by Ed Miller
$49.99

99% of poker players approach the game is fundamentally flawed. Elite poker players play in massive games where thousands of dollars move in the blink of an eye. But that’s not the only difference, they play and think about the game in an entirely different way. You will never be able to crack the top 1% until you know what they know. This book teaches you how to raise your game to their level. Once you finally get the game, everything else is just fine tuning. The more you fine tune your strategy, the more you win, and the higher you can go. Poker’s 1% gives you new insights into the secrets of the world’s best players. It shows you what you’ve been doing wrong and how to fix it. And, most importantly, it guides you in a straightforward way along the path from average player to elite.

Jonathan Little on Live No-Limit Cash Games: The Theory (D&B Poker) (Volume 1)

17. Jonathan Little on Live No-Limit Cash Games: The Theory (D&B Poker) (Volume 1)

by Jonathan Little
$34.95

Great poker players need to develop a broad variety of skills. Jonathan Little teaches these skills with his unique ability to explain difficult poker concepts in simple terms. Topics include Live No-Limit Cash Games; when to play loose/aggressive; when to play tight/aggressive; when playing passive can be the most profitable approach and how to spot subtle tells—providing accurate information about player types; Bankroll management; Game selection; and Emotional control.

Jonathan Little on Live No-Limit Cash Games: The Theory (D&B Poker) (Volume 2)

18. Jonathan Little on Live No-Limit Cash Games: The Theory (D&B Poker) (Volume 2)

by Jonathan Little
$34.95

In this book, readers learn how to master the complexities of Texas No-Limit Holdem poker. Jonathan Little describes how modern professionals play the game. In his second volume, he allows players to test their understanding of playing No-Limit in a live environment. The question and answer format enables the reader to check each hand, consider the relevant factors and formulate the best line of action to take. The reader can compare his or her thought processes with those of a top professional players. He covers: The pre-flop action; Whether you are the aggressor; Whether you are in position; The relative stack sizes at the table. Testing yourself by going through the samples in this text enables you to make these adaptations instinctively.

Moorman's Book of Poker: Improve your poker game with Moorman1, the most successful online poker tournament player in history

19. Moorman’s Book of Poker: Improve your poker game with Moorman1, the most successful online poker tournament player in history

by Chris Moorman, Byron Jacobs, Doyle Brunson
$34.95

Chris Moorman is probably the most successful online poker tournament player in history, with more than $11 million in cash. Chris wants to help you to become a better tournament player. His book has a unique approach by analyzing 80 tournament hand histories played by co-author Byron Jacobs, who is a typical mid-stakes player.

Caro's Book of Poker Tells: The Psychology and Body Language of Poker

20. Caro’s Book of Poker Tells: The Psychology and Body Language of Poker

by Mike Caro
$24.95

This must-have book should be in every player’s library. If you’re serious about winning, you know that most of your profit comes from your ability to read your opponents. Mike Caro reveals the secrets of interpreting tells – physical reactions that reveal information about a player’s cards – such as shrugs, sighs, shaky hands, eye contact, and many more. Learn when opponents are bluffing, when they aren’t and why – based solely on their mannerisms. Over 170 photos of players in action and play-by-play examples show the actual tells. These powerful ideas will give you the decisive edge.

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