Top 100 poker books, places 71 to 80 takes a look at a new batch of top poker books which will helo you to become a better poker player.

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Poker Knows

71. Poker Knows

by Gene Hull

Poker Knows will teach you a methodology for surviving the game. It covers a wide variety of Texas No-Limit Holdem topics such as what hands to play, the starting hand myth, pot and draw odds, implied odds, fold equity and aggression, betting secrets, wet and dry flops, attacking weakness vs waiting to make a hand and gam theory optimal play.

Poker: The Ultimate Beginners Guide To Mastering The Game Of Poker

72. Poker: The Ultimate Beginners Guide To Mastering The Game Of Poker

by Kane Jackson

This book is meant for every new beginner or person, who wants to take his or her poker game to new heights. You will get a great understanding of the game of poker and have the knowledge to earn money in real poker games. After reading this book, you will have the upper hand in any Texas No-Limit Holdem game. Learn the fundamentals, common poker mistakes, the best poker tactics for making the most money, the art of bluffing and how to master the game.

Treat Your Poker Like a Business

73. Treat Your Poker Like a Business

by Dusty Schmidt

This book is for poker players who want to start a professional poker career with a dependable source of income. Online poker legend Dusty “Leatherass” Schmidt teaches players how to manage their bankroll, rationalize variance, play more tables, move up in stakes, avoid tilt, create new sources of revenue, and most importantly, become more profitable. The strategy section contains some of the most important tips in print, focusing on the situations that come around every few minutes rather than how to play specific hands.

Zen and the Art of Poker: Timeless Secrets to Transform Your Game

74. Zen and the Art of Poker: Timeless Secrets to Transform Your Game

by Larry Phillips

Zen and the Art of Poker is the first book to apply Zen theories to Texas No-Limit Holdem. It presents tips that readers can use to enhance their game. Among the more than one hundred rules in this book, readers will learn to:

  • Make peace with folding
  • Use inaction as a weapon
  • Make patience a central pillar of their strategy
  • Pick their times of confrontation

Zen and the Art of Poker connects both disciplines by giving comments and inspirational examples from the ancient Zen masters to the poker masters of today.

Poker: Dominate Your Opponents and Step up Your Poker Game

75. Poker: Dominate Your Opponents and Step up Your Poker Game

by Ian Dunross

The game of poker starts in the mind. To win every game, you must know the numbers and sharpen your instincts. This book covers essential tips that will help you get ready to hit the tables. All you need is a pocket full of patience, and a keen attention. Just like any other game, an enormous amount of preparation is required to achieve success. What you’ll love about this book is that it reveals the 12 top secrets of poker that you can use as weapons for every game that you will have to play. Here are seven topics covered in this book:

  • Poker Hand Ratings
  • Personalities of Players
  • Bluffing your opponents
  • Observing and Reading Your Opponent
  • 21 Secrets to Dominating the Table in a Game of Poker
  • Let’s Talk Poker
  • Common Terms Explained
  • The Reasons for Betting in Poker
Exploitative Poker: Learn to Play the Player: Using Planned Betting Lines

76. Exploitative Poker: Learn to Play the Player: Using Planned Betting Lines

by Artimus Paint

This book is about constructing betting lines against different player types. It focuses on exploitative post-flop betting lines. You will learn:

  • How to read hands
  • How to identify each type of player at the table
  • At exactly which point in the hand, each type of player is exploitable
  • How to construct betting lines to exploit each type of poker player
  • How and when to bluff post-flop
  • When to bet for value post-flop
  • How to induce aggressive players to barrel when you hit your hand
  • You will know exactly how to play your hand from beginning to the end and how to extract the maximum money from your opponents.

Once you have read this book, you will have the confidence, clarity and the knowledge to open your game up.

  • You will develop your hand reading skills.
  • You will learn how to interpret different players’ betting actions.
  • You will learn the correct betting lines to use depending on your hand, the board, the betting in the hands and the type of opponent you are facing.
  • You will find out how you should plan your hand from beginning to end. There will be very few situations in pots with passive players that will leave you guessing what to do.
  • You will learn how to think for yourself.
MIT Holdem Point Count System

77. MIT Holdem Point Count System

by Daniel Weissman

The MIT Holdem Point Count System is a method for Holdem Poker players to evaluate their starting hand. It will help you to decide whether to fold, call or raise. Based on a simulation of ten million hands, it provides a simple point count system that takes into account the strength of your starting cards, your table position and the number of opponents to indicate to you whether to fold, call or raise before the flop. Using the MIT Point Count System is helpful to beginners and seasoned players alike. It enforces a discipline that keeps you from playing weak hands or playing strong hands too weakly. If the Count System can keep you out of just one hand you should not play, it has more than paid for itself. The system will keep on saving and making money for you for the rest of your poker playing career.

Poker: Tips to Texas Hold 'Em, Poker Strategy and Making Money

78. Poker: Tips to Texas Hold ‘Em, Poker Strategy and Making Money

by Ben Tolbert

You will learn how to dominate poker by applying specific strategies that the best players in the world use. Make money playing poker by improving rapidly. You’ll be excited to see your winnings and skills improve while you are dominating poker! The book covers chapters such a poker for beginners, poker hand ranking, playing personalities, the art of bluffing, reading your opponents, how to play poker and Texas No-Limit Holdem betting rules

Applications of No-Limit Hold em

79. Applications of No-Limit Hold em

by Matthew Janda

Your knowledge of how to play a specific hand well is incomplete without the additional understanding of how to play every other hand in this range well. By understanding theoretical sound poker, you can quickly design a balanced ranges using the proper bet-sizing while playing. The theory in this book is not designed to be complex or abstract. It is intended to be applied and to produce better overall results immediately. Confusing concepts such as overbetting, balancing multiple bet-sizing ranges, donk betting, and check-raising as the preflop raiser are crucial to a player’s strategy, despite few players implementing them or talking about them. After reading this book, you should be able to not only conceptually understand these ideas, but also know how to begin incorporating them into your game, and thereby successfully compete against tough opponents.

Harrington on Cash Games: How to Win at No-Limit Hold'em Money Games, Vol. 1

80. Harrington on Cash Games: How to Win at No-Limit Hold’em Money Games, Vol. 1

by Dan Harrington, Bill Robertie

In Harrington on Cash Games: Volume I, Dan Harrington teaches you the key concepts that drive deep-stack cash game play. You will learn how to tailor your selection of starting hands to your stack size, how to recognize the increasing deception value of supposedly weaker hands as the stack sizes increase, and how to use the concept of pot commitment to your advantage as the size of the pot grows. After laying out the general concepts behind deep-stack cash game play, Harrington shows you a complete strategy for post-flop play, and then teaches you the difference between post-flop play against a single opponent and post-flop play against multiple opponents. If you play no-limit hold em cash games, you need to read this book.

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