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The Best Poker Books

 Some people can think that poker is simple game - get good combination and collect the money, that's all! But really poker is a very complex game and if you want to be a successful poker player you should learn hard. If you want to improve your chances to win and reduce the amount of money lost you should study. The cheapest and the most convenient way to learn is through reading. A good poker book costs about $20, but it will allow you to win hundreds or thousands of dollars. I recommend you to read at least one poker book to get general impression on poker theory. Then you can play different games, test new knowledge, see how your results change. Pick up the game you like the most and read more about this game, master your skills!

Below you can see a list of the best poker books. All these books are written by real experts, many of them are classical and highly recommended. All these books are among Amazon poker bestsellers and were rated 4 or 5 by readers. You can get more information about the books and buy them on Amazon site (just click a link with book name). Poker books are divided into several categories and each category have three the best books. All three books are almost equally good but the leftmost is a little bit better ;-).

General theory of poker:
Internet poker:
Texas Hold'em (limit):
Texas Hold'em (no-limit, pot limit, tournaments):
Other poker games: