Top 100 poker books, places 21 to 30 covers book topics about general strategy, starting hands, cash games, bluffing, tournaments, sit-n-go’s and betting.

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Poker Plays You Can Use

21. Poker Plays You Can Use

by Doug Hull
$29.99

The first section covers a series of hand examples which are designed to show you the difference between how a typical no-limit hold’em player thinks and how a professional-level player thinks. Each hand represents a small improvement opportunity for your game. The second section helps you to turn the lessons from the first part into missions you can do on your own, which are similar to recipes in a book on nutrition or exercises in a workout book. Doing the missions and using as much your brain on them as possible will make you a better poker player.

Secrets of Professional Tournament Poker, Volume 1

22. Secrets of Professional Tournament Poker, Volume 1

by Jonathan Little
$29.95

Regular online tournaments offer substantial prizes. Jonathan Little explains how to succeed in this highly competitive field. Playing technically sound poker is essential but this is not the only necessary skill. “Secrets of Professional Tournament Poker, Volume 1” deals with the fundamentals of play and how to handle changing stack sizes. You learn why tournaments are the most profitable form of poker, when to play small ball and when to play long ball, how to understand effective stack size and how to tailor your play to winning.

Secrets of Professional Tournament Poker, Volume 2: Stages of the Tournament

23. Secrets of Professional Tournament Poker, Volume 2: Stages of the Tournament

by Jonathan Little
$29.95

Tournament poker is of the toughest games to play but the rewards can be enormous. Volume 2 builds on this base of Volume 1 and examines the highly complex issue of how to handle the different stages of a tournament. At times the best strategy is to play loose, create problems for your opponent and to keep accumulating chips. At other occasions, an ultra-tight strategy will be the most profitable. You will understand when to change your style of playing and how to manage your life as a professional poker player.

Secrets of Professional Tournament Poker, Volume 3: The Complete Workout

24. Secrets of Professional Tournament Poker, Volume 3: The Complete Workout

by Jonathan Little
$29.95

Jonathan Little has produced a third volume on tournament poker, which allows players to test their understanding of tournament play.   You will learn how to learn the relevant factors in any given situation, how to find the most accurate bet-sizings to maximise player expectation, how to profit on the bubble and at the final table.

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Poker Players

25. The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Poker Players

by Ashton Cartwright
$14.99

Inspired by Stephen R. Covey book “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People”, Ashton Cartwright examines the seven main habits that the most effective poker players share. Any player can learn these habits, and by doing so get an adequate understanding of the game.

The Mental Game of Poker 2: Proven Strategies for Improving Poker Skill, Increasing Mental Endurance, and Playing in the Zone Consistently

26. The Mental Game of Poker 2: Proven Strategies for Improving Poker Skill, Increasing Mental Endurance, and Playing in the Zone Consistently

by Jared Tendler, Barry Carter
$34.95

The Mental Game of Poker 2 breaks down “the zone” and delivers actionable steps to help players get there consistently. He demystifies the zone and brings logic and order to this previously misunderstood concept. Tendler’s straightforward, client-tested approach will have you playing at higher levels than you ever thought possible. This book provides proven strategies to play consistently in the zone, play poker longer and across more online tables, improve decision making. You will learn faster, eliminate C-game mistakes and increase your focus and discipline.

Poker Math that Matters : Simplifying the Secrets of No-Limit Hold'em

27. Poker Math that Matters : Simplifying the Secrets of No-Limit Hold’em

by Owen Gaines
$25.00

Learning the math behind good poker has never been easier. This book goes over the math involved in mastering decisions in no-limit hold’em cash games. It contains over 100 quiz questions and answers to help you understand, practice and sharpening your skills. This book is an attempt to help those who do not have a high affinity to mathematics or game theory but would like to improve their poker skills. It designed the material in an attempt to not leave any reader behind. When finished with this book, you will be able to think clearly about and analyze some of the most complex decisions in the game.

Poker For Dummies

28. Poker For Dummies

by Richard D. Harroch, Lou Krieger
$16.99

Poker For Dummies covers the basics. You will learn what it takes to start winning hands by exploring strategy; setting up a game at home, playing in a casino and improving your play with online poker. Decipher poker sayings and slang, learn ten ways to read your opponent’s body language and how to play in poker tournaments. The book teaches money management and recordkeeping and when and how to bluff.

Reading Poker Tells

29. Reading Poker Tells

by Zachary Elwood
$19.95

Reading Poker Tells is one of the best books about poker tells. Besides classifying the most common poker-related behavioral patterns, the book gives a mental framework for analyzing and remembering poker tells.

Verbal Poker Tells

30. Verbal Poker Tells

by Zachary Elwood
$26.95

Verbal Poker Tells is the follow-up “Reading Poker Tells”. When poker players talk, they sometimes reveal information about their hands. Verbal Poker Tells describes the most common and reliable verbal patterns poker players have. More importantly, it gives you a framework for thinking about and analyzing verbal behavior at the poker table.

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