Books on Poker Tournaments

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    How to Beat Sit ‘n’ Go Poker Tournaments

    By: Timothy Neil

    the book focuses on the most popular form of online poker tournament played today: Sit ‘n’ Gos. These one-table tournaments, where the top three players split the prize money (50% for first, 30% for second, and 20% for third), are enjoyed by more than half of all Internet poker players and many land-based cardroom players as well. The book highlights the appeal of Sit ‘n’ Gos, which lies in their quick nature, averaging only one hour to play, and their lucrative potential for players who master the right strategies.


    Championship Omaha

    By: T.J. Cloutier, Tom McEvoy
    Subtitle: Omaha High-Low, Omaha High and Pot-Limit Omaha

    This book offers over 15 comprehensive practice hands, focusing particularly on tournament play and updated tournament formats. It features over 25 new card illustrations and provides clear strategies and expert advice on the optimal starting hands, maneuvering through the flop, turn, and river, identifying risky draws, and strategies for both low-limit and high-stakes games. It also covers how to adjust strategies against different types of opponents and the nuances of rebuy versus freeze-out tournaments. Additionally, readers will understand the risks of slowplaying strong hands, the pitfalls of playing danglers, and the unique scenarios in Pot-limit Omaha where folding the nuts on the flop is the right move. This edition also introduces advanced strategies for exploiting Omaha high-low in multi-game tournaments, drawing from Cloutier’s experience at the World Series of Poker’s $50,000 H.O.R.S.E. tournament.

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    Championship No Limit Pot Limit Hold ‘Em

    By: Tom McEvoy, T.J. Cloutier,

    The authors T. J. Cloutier and Tom McEvoy collectively hold 8 championship titles. This book stands as the ultimate manual for triumphing in two of the globe’s most thrilling poker variations. It answers crucial questions for players: From mastering the art of reading opponents and outplaying them, to making strategic bets, raises, and re-raises in no-limit hold’em, and executing bluffs. It also covers strategies for setting up opponents in pot-limit hold’em to secure substantial pots, alongside tactics for clinching victories in no-limit and pot-limit tournaments, including satellites and supersatellites. This guide offers solid and insightful advice from two highly recognizable poker experts.


    Championship Tournament Practice Hands

    By: Tom McEvoy, T.J. Cloutier

    Championship Tournament Practice Hands offers readers two types of instruction to help them become winning tournament players. First, the authors take you inside their heads as they strategize through 57 no-limit and limit hold’em practice hands, demonstrating how world-class players use skill and intuition to maximize profit in tournament scenarios. Second, they analyze 45 key hands from the World Series of Poker, sharing insights into how top players navigated these critical moments. By understanding the authors’ analysis and opinions on these key hands, readers can gain valuable insights into high-level tournament poker. With record amounts of money at stake in both online and on-land tournaments, this timely book aims to help you claim your share of poker’s newest bonanza. Note that this description may be from another edition of the product.


    Killer Poker Shorthanded

    By: Tony Guerrera, John Vorhaus
    Subtitle: Shorthanded Hold'em Means Long Green For You!

    Whether you’re online in a 6-max game or sizing up the survivors over a Vegas poker table at 4am, shorthanded games give prepared players the opportunity to quickly take down the money, as most opponents wind up making crucial, costly, and easily exploitable mistakes. In “Killer Poker Shorthanded,” John Vorhaus and Tony Guerrera guide you past the math and theory into the realm of real profit, teaching you the unique talents needed for shorthanded play. This book provides everything you need to know to dominate every conceivable tournament situation, from a shorthanded sit-and-go online to heads-up action at the final table of the World Series of Poker.


    Powerful Profits From Tournament Poker

    By: Victor H. Royer

    The Powerful Profits series expands with Royer’s guide, offering insider tips on earning big from tournament poker. Royer, a seasoned tournament player with unmatched expertise in game analysis and theory, instructs both average and novice players on mastering the most played tournament poker games. Unlike other manuals that concentrate solely on game theory, Royer’s dual perspective as a theorist and experienced player provides this book with advantages that other guides lack.


    Poker Wizards

    By: Warwick Dunnett
    Subtitle: Strategy From The World's Great Hold'em Poker Players

    The ultimate guide for mastering no-limit hold’em tournaments, crafted by a prestigious lineup of champions and superstars. Drawing inspiration from the iconic Super System, this exclusive collection unveils the strategies, insights, and tactics employed by the best in the game. With invaluable advice from players who have individually amassed millions in tournament earnings and collectively secured over 20 WSOP bracelets, two main event championships, 100 major titles, and $50 million in winnings, this book is a treasure trove for serious players. Featuring renowned names like Daniel Negreanu, Dan Harrington, Marcel Luske, Kathy Liebert, Mike Sexton, Mel Judah, Marc Salem, T.J. Cloutier, and Chris “Jesus” Ferguson, it’s an essential read for aspiring pros and future WSOP champions alike.

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    Poker is War

    By: Yann Le dréau, Alexis Beuve , Franck Garot

    This book is in French:

    The authors present a comprehensive guide to the techniques and strategies of no-limit hold’em cash games and tournaments. The book covers exploitative, intermediate, and unexploitable strategies, preflop aggression, post-flop betting patterns, pot control, tournament roadmaps, block theory in practice, and information and misinformation. Reflecting contemporary play, the book caters to the most demanding expectations and ambitious players. Readers follow Soren, the hero, through more than twenty prestigious or unusual locations, from Barcelona to Las Vegas, Venice to Istanbul, and London to Taormina. The book also features a mysterious plot involving a guru and a young, tumultuous professional player on a vendetta. Le Dréau collaborated with several professional players, while writer Franck Garot and illustrator Ivan Seisen helped shape the work.

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    Poker Tournament Strategies

    By: Sylvester Suzuki

    The book emphasizes the distinct nature of poker tournaments compared to conventional poker games, highlighting key differences such as the changing value of chips due to the “percentage payback” structure of most tournaments, the availability of rebuys early on, and players’ tendency to over-adjust their strategies in response to the inability to purchase more chips after the rebuy period. As a result, the book advocates for making numerous strategic adaptations throughout the tournament, such as focusing on chip accumulation, attacking opponents, or simply surviving, depending on the situation. Despite being written under the pseudonym Sylvester Suzuki, the author is a real person with a deep understanding of the fundamental theories governing tournament play. This text serves as a valuable resource for anyone new to the world of poker tournaments, providing the necessary insights to navigate the unique challenges and dynamics of this competitive format.

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    Championship Hold’em Tournament Hands

    By: Tom McEvoy
    Subtitle: A Hand By Hand Strategy Guide to Winning Hold'em Tournaments

    A comprehensive guide that will elevate your poker game to a championship level. The book features 61 chapters covering every playable hand in both limit and no-limit hold’em games. With numerous examples, you’ll learn how to play each starting hand from every position, from pre-flop and flop to the turn and river. Additionally, you’ll gain valuable insights into high-level tournament poker strategy by following the thought processes of world champions through 45 real hands played at the World Series of Poker as they compete for millions of dollars. This is a unique opportunity to learn from tournament legends McEvoy and Cloutier as they share their secrets on how to win hold’em tournaments, ranging from weekly limit games with friends to the prestigious main event. Thorough, powerful, and filled with exclusive insights, this book is an essential resource for any tournament hold’em player looking to take their game to the next level.


    Championship Tournament Poker

    By: Tom McEvoy

    A must-have book for every poker player’s library, endorsed by more than five world champions and rated by professionals as the best book ever written on tournament play. The book is filled with winning strategies for all 11 games featured in the World Series of Poker, including extensive coverage of 7-card high, high-low, lowball, razz, limit, pot-limit, and no-limit hold’em, as well as Omaha high, high-low, and pot-limit. Additionally, it provides valuable insights on various tournament formats such as re-buys, half-half, satellites, supersatellites, and mixed games. The authors offer strategies for each stage of tournament play, profiles of notable players, and answers to frequently asked questions about handling challenging situations in tournaments. With its comprehensive approach and expert endorsements, this book is an essential resource for any player looking to excel in the competitive world of tournament poker.


    Championship How to Win Hold’em Satellites

    By: Tom McEvoy, Brad Daugherty
    Subtitle: One-Table Satellites • Supersatellites • Online Satellites

    The book teaches players how to win their way into high-stakes tournaments offering millions in prize money by participating in small-entry fee tournaments known as satellites. The authors draw inspiration from the success stories of Chris Moneymaker, who turned a $39 satellite win into a world championship title and $2.5 million, and Greg Raymer, who transformed $150 into $5 million in 2004. Having made millions through these mini-tournaments themselves, the authors now share their secrets with readers. The book provides step-by-step guidance on proven insider strategies for beating limit and no-limit hold’em satellites, as well as one-table, multi-table, online, and supersatellites. With eleven comprehensive sections, numerous examples, and wise advice, this book serves as an indispensable resource for aspiring champions looking to make their mark in the world of tournament poker.


    How to Win No-Limit Hold’em Tournaments

    By: Tom McEvoy, Don Vines

    This is the first instructional book dedicated entirely to teaching players how to win no-limit hold’em tournaments, which have gained immense popularity through national television coverage on ESPN and the Travel Channel, watched by millions each week. With the 2004 World Series of Poker awarding over $30 million in prize money, including a $5 million first-place prize for a $10,000 investment, this book provides readers with the essential concepts of tournament strategy. It covers topics such as winning big in small buy-in events, adjusting to medium and large buy-in tournaments, adapting to various field sizes and time periods, succeeding in online no-limit tournaments, managing a tournament bankroll, and mastering basic and advanced betting and positional strategies. The authors also offer tips on table demeanor for televised tournaments and analyze actual hands played by finalists at the WSOP and WPT championship tables, complete with card pictures and valuable lessons from the play.

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    Get the Edge at Low-Limit Texas Hold’em

    By: Bill Burton
    Subtitle: From the Kitchen to the Cardroom!

    Low-Limit Texas Hold’em is a rapidly growing casino poker game. However, many new and even experienced players often lack the knowledge to play a winning game. In his book, Get the Edge at Low-Limit Texas Hold’em, author Bill Burton demonstrates how a smart low-limit player can profit by exploiting opponents’ weaknesses and enhancing their own strengths. The book covers the basics of play, starting hands, table position, when to check, raise, fold, bluff, and semi-bluff, winning strategies for Low-Limit Hold’em tournaments, bankroll requirements, sizing up opponents, common mistakes, reading opponents’ tells, and money-management techniques. Burton also shares his journey from the kitchen to the cardroom, becoming a winning player through intensive study and practice.

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    Tournament Tips from the Poker Pros

    By: Shane Smith

    This valuable guide offers players critical insights into winning strategies for low-limit re-buy tournaments, covering all four stages of play: opening, middle, late, and final. It highlights how to navigate through 26 common tournament pitfalls and shares the top 21 strategies for tournament success. Additionally, it provides key tips on re-buys, aggressive playing, managing the clock, and understanding the “Laws of Luck.” Insights from poker experts like Mike Caro, Tom McEvoy, T.J. Cloutier, and Doyle Brunson enrich the content. Card Player magazine, a leading authority for poker enthusiasts, praises the guide for its comprehensive information and astute advice.


    Playing Sit and Go Poker as a Business

    By: Rob Tucker

    This book is the exclusive guide for players aiming to make money through participating in no-limit hold‘em tournament satellites with big buy-ins. Rob Tucker, the author, provides strategies for not only securing a seat in the main event but also for negotiating substantial cash profits. Through numerous hand examples, detailed table graphics, and straightforward explanations, he illustrates the strategic decision-making process with the goal of reaching heads-up play.

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    Diary of a Mad Poker Player

    By: Richard Sparks
    Subtitle: A Journey to the World Series of Poker

    Diary Of A Mad Poker Player chronicles the adventure of one player’s quest to the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas, spanning from March 30th to May 28th, 2004. It’s a realm where professional players enjoy celebrity status, and the tables are filled with a mix of frustrated amateurs, cunning cheats, industry insiders, legal aficionados, and tech-savvy entrepreneurs. The narrative provides an insider’s look at the pulsating heart of poker, from card-room dynamics to online platforms, all leading up to the pinnacle of poker competitions.

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    Secrets of Sit ‘n’ Gos

    By: Phil Shaw
    Subtitle: Winning Strategies for Single-table Poker Tournaments

    Secrets of Sit’n go stands as the ultimate handbook for mastering one of poker’s most popular formats. These tournaments, typically starting with nine or ten players on a single table and awarding the top three finishers with prizes, are a staple in both online poker sites and casinos. They present a low-risk, enjoyable entry point into poker, demanding less financial investment and simpler strategic decisions. Phil Shaw’s book is designed to elevate players of all levels, from beginners to seasoned enthusiasts, by covering essential strategies. It includes transitioning from a novice to a proficient player through basic strategies, mastering advanced concepts like ICM for expert gameplay, leveraging computer software for decision-making, perfecting heads-up play with high blinds, and a guide to growing a $200 bankroll into $100,000 within a year exclusively through Sit n go events. Shaw offers detailed strategies for navigating the early, middle, and late stages of these tournaments, ensuring readers are well-equipped for success.


    Earn $30,000 Per Month Playing Online Poker

    By: Ryan Wiseman
    Subtitle: Or, the Definitive Guide to No-Limit Single Table Tournaments Online

    The only poker book that specifically caters to online sit-n-go (SNG) single-table low-limit Texas Hold’em tournaments, takes a unique approach to poker instruction by guiding the reader on a progressive path upward through the various limits, providing only the necessary information to win with any bankroll or skill level at each specific low limit, rather than taking a purely theoretical approach like many other poker books. The book presents guidelines in a series of steps to help readers determine when to move up to a higher limit, and it contends that SNG’s, with their predictable durations of 40-60 minutes, can be defeated systematically and offer an innate system of progression through the various buy-in amounts, which can be viewed as a climbable ladder to gauge success, although winning is not guaranteed as with any form of gambling.

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    Shuffle Up and Deal

    By: Mike Sexton
    Subtitle: Shuffle Up and Deal

    Whether you’re an aspiring poker professional or a casual player looking to win big at your next home game, this book provides a solid foundation in poker fundamentals, including game set-up, play, and basic strategy. In addition to the instructional content, Shuffle Up and Deal also features engaging elements from the WPT TV show, such as poker trivia, term definitions using examples from the show, profiles of WPT star players, and insights into the world of professional poker. This book is a must-have for anyone who wants to improve their poker skills while enjoying an inside look at the groundbreaking show that has revolutionized the game and brought it to an international audience.


    Final Table

    By: Jonathan Duhamel
    Subtitle: A Winning Poker Approach from a WSOP Champion

    Jonathan Duhamel shares the insights and strategies that led him to win $8.9 million in a single tournament. The book takes readers through pivotal moments in the game, revealing Duhamel’s thought process as he navigates crucial decisions such as going all-in, folding, and finding the perfect balance between risk and caution. Duhamel also traces his journey as a poker player, from his early days to his transition into online play, tournaments, and ultimately, his decision to turn professional. This book offers a fascinating and educational look at what it takes to become a World Series of Poker Main Event champion, making it a must-read for both casual and serious poker players alike.

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    Killer Poker No Limit

    By: John Vorhaus
    Subtitle: A Winning Strategy for Cash Games and Tournaments

    The author presents a comprehensive strategy for conquering no-limit Texas Hold’em, the game that captivates both beginners and experienced players with its thrilling, high-stakes action. Vorhaus explores the essence of no-limit play, exploring its appeal and the qualities necessary to succeed, while providing readers with key skills such as devising a plan for every hand, classifying opponents’ and one’s own playing style, understanding the value of unpredictability, managing bankrolls, and developing exit strategies. With this book, players will gain the confidence and insider knowledge needed to make the right moves at the right time and reap the rewards of no-limit poker.


    Thinking Tournament Poker

    By: Nate Meyvis
    Subtitle: Volume Two

    Nate Meyvis continues his analysis of the most prestigious poker tournament in the world, focusing on sixty-nine hands he played on Day Two. Accompanied by strategic commentary from expert players, coaches, and authors, the book emphasizes blind-stealing, re-stealing, and bet sizing, while also delving into other crucial topics such as continuation-betting, bluffing, and preflop battles. The collaborative efforts of Meyvis and his team provide valuable insights for players of all levels, with particularly useful discussions for $10,000-buyin, large-field, live tournaments, as well as strategies applicable to various stakes, field sizes, and cash games. The book ultimately reveals how professionals play with big money on the line and helps readers improve their poker skills by teaching them how to think about the game.


    Thinking Tournament Poker

    By: Nate Meyvis
    Subtitle: Volume One

     Nate Meyvis recounts dozens of hands from the first day of the world’s most prestigious poker tournament, providing strategic commentary from expert players, coaches, and authors. The book covers crucial topics such as blind-stealing, blind defense, continuation-betting, bluffing, bet sizing, and preflop battles, all in the context of playing for a sixty-million-dollar prize pool. The collaborative efforts of Meyvis and his team have been distilled into notes that players of all levels can use to improve their poker skills and gain insight into how professionals play with big money on the line.


    Every Hand Revealed

    By: Gus Hansen

    Hansen breaks down the hands he played during tournaments, sharing his secrets to winning. Learn his radical yet logical methods, how to call large bets with unplayable hands, when to raise out of position with poor holdings, and how the prize structure should influence your play. Every Hand Revealed offers unparalleled access to one of poker’s most successful players, helping you improve your game, whether you’re a beginner or a pro. With Hansen’s guidance, you can supercharge your poker skills.


    The Basics of Winning Hold’em Poker

    By: Avery Cardoza

    This concise and accessible primer focuses on America’s hottest poker game, providing players with the fundamentals of playing and winning in both cash games and high-stakes no-limit tournaments held nationwide. The book is filled with tips, winning strategies, and expert advice for aspiring players looking to join the action and, with a bit of luck, potentially find themselves on TV clutching a million-dollar cash prize.


    Sklansky on Poker Theory

    By: David Sklansky

    The essays section includes chapters that explore various concepts such as strategic planning, game selection, bankroll management, expert poker levels, mid-round tactics, opponent perception, protected pot, saving the final bet, extra outs, tournament play, and more. The razz section offers insights into how professionals play this poker variant. It not only outlines the game’s rules and structure but also provides guidance on playing the first three cards and subsequent streets. Additionally, it features a chapter on razz problems, complete with questions and answers to hone your skills.


    The Main Event with Jonathan Little

    By: Jonathan Little
    Subtitle: In-Depth Analysis of 54 Poker Hands from My Wsop Main Event

    Ever pondered the thought process of a poker champion when a massive bet threatens his tournament survival? Jonathan Little, a two-time World Poker Tour Champion with over $6,000,000 in career winnings, shares his strategies. He not only reveals how he won $22,678 in the 2014 World Series of Poker Main Event, but also explains the reasoning behind each critical move in 54 specific hands. This book, structured as a quiz, challenges you to reassess your standard poker strategy and modify it significantly based on your opponents’ habits. By scrutinizing your choices, you can enhance your poker skills and boost your table earnings. The book also provides details on how to access Jonathan’s Tournament Cheat Sheet.


    Crushing Small Stakes Poker Tournaments

    By: Jonathan Little
    Subtitle: Volume 01

    In this unique poker book, two-time World Poker Tour champion Jonathan Little presents 50 hand examples from small stake, fast-structured No Limit Hold’Em tournaments – the most common game played by his students. Many poker players start their journey in low buy-in events at local casinos or online poker rooms, often losing significant amounts of money due to a lack of optimal strategy. Little, who has over $5,000,000 in live tournament winnings, aims to help players transform their game and quickly move up to high-stakes games, even with a limited bankroll. By studying the 700+ individual situations presented across Volumes 1-14, readers will learn how to make optimal decisions effortlessly during the heat of battle at the poker table. This book is an invaluable resource for players looking to improve their skills and increase their profits in small stake tournaments.


    Secrets of Professional Tournament Poker, Volume 3

    By: Jonathan Little
    Subtitle: The Complete Workout

    Jonathan Little has produced a third volume that allows players to test their understanding of the nuances of tournament play. The question and answer format enables readers to examine each individual hand, consider the relevant factors, and formulate their thinking about the best line to take. In this way, readers can compare their thought processes with those of a top-flight professional who has amassed more than $5 million in career earnings.


    I’m All In

    By: Lyle Berman
    Subtitle: High Stakes, Big Business, and the Birth of the World Poker Tour

    Lyle Berman, a unique blend of high-stakes poker maverick and entrepreneurial tycoon, shares his incredible life story in I’m All In, a thrilling journey through the exhilarating and often treacherous worlds of high-stakes gambling and business. As a driving force behind the poker phenomenon that has captivated America and the world, Berman offers an unprecedented look into the creation and early challenges of the World Poker Tour, permanently changing the face of poker. Through colorful anecdotes and hard-earned wisdom, Berman illuminates his life, the game of poker, and the national phenomenon it has become, making I’m All In a must-read story that only he can tell.

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    Harrington on Hold ’em

    By: Dan Harrington
    Subtitle: Expert Strategies for No-Limit Tournaments, Volume III: The Workbook

    In this workbook, you’ll find a series of problems designed by Dan Harrington to evaluate your understanding of the principles outlined in the first two volumes. A significant portion of these problems zeroes in on a crucial aspect that often challenges aspiring players: strategies for post-flop play.

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    Poker Tournament Final Tables

    By: James Sweeney, Ben Hayles
    Subtitle: Workbook

    Every decision at the final poker table can significantly impact your earnings. This workbook is designed to enhance your tournament poker skills, enabling you to maximize your gains at each final table, regardless of your chip status. Unlike conventional poker books, this workbook is a practical tool that aims to enhance your range building, ICM, and line creation skills in tournaments. It includes 40 exercises that will help you assign better ranges on every street and for various hands. Please note, there’s no direct answer key as hand reading and range building are linear. However, each exercise will enhance your technical skills and help you identify weaknesses in your and your opponent’s strategies. This workbook provides a study plan for the coming months, keeping you focused on the right aspects, asking the right questions, and making better decisions.


    Harrington on Hold ’em

    By: Dan Harrington
    Subtitle: Expert Strategy for No-Limit Tournaments, Volume II: The Endgame

    In the highly anticipated sequel, Harrington on Hold ’em: Volume II: The Endgame, Dan Harrington delves into the critical later stages of no-limit hold ’em tournaments. As the field narrows, the blinds and antes escalate, and the substantial prize money looms just ahead, Harrington guides readers through the intricacies of navigating this high-pressure phase. With his signature clarity and wisdom, Harrington teaches readers how to make bold moves, tackle the tricky inflection point plays that can make or break a tournament run, and adjust strategies when only a few opponents remain. Notably, this volume features an entire chapter dedicated to heads-up play—an area of the game that, until now, has been zealously guarded by poker’s elite. Whether you’re a seasoned poker veteran or a budding enthusiast, Harrington’s expert insights will help you approach the endgame with confidence and poise. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from one of the game’s most respected strategists as he pulls back the curtain on tournament poker’s most critical and demanding stages.

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    Harrington on Hold ’em

    By: Dan Harrington
    Subtitle: Expert Strategy for No-Limit Tournaments, Volume I: Strategic Play

    Harrington on Hold ’em is the definitive guide to tournament no-limit Texas hold ’em poker. In this first volume of the series, poker legend Dan Harrington reveals his expert strategies for the early and middle stages of tournaments, covering topics such as hand selection, betting patterns, bluffing, pot odds, playing styles, and reading opponents. Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned pro, Harrington’s lucid insights and real-world examples will help you navigate the subtle complexities of no-limit hold ’em and give you the edge you need to win. This is a must-read for any serious student of tournament poker.

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    The Game Plan

    By: Matt Matros
    Subtitle: How Casual Players Become Threats in No Limit Hold ’Em Tournaments

    The Game Plan distills the most crucial strategic concepts of poker into an accessible guide that any player can follow. Designed for home game enthusiasts and amateurs, it promises significant improvements in tournament play within weeks or even days. Alongside essential rules, the book features 14 hands from Matt’s World Series of Poker Main Event history, demonstrating how The Game Plan would have approached each scenario. This book provides readers with the fastest path to mastering poker.

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    World Poker Tour

    By: Erick Lindgren
    Subtitle: Making the Final Table

    This book, featuring contributions from other World Poker Tour stars, provides advanced poker strategies and insights for modern players. The World Poker Tour’s popularity has led to a surge in amateur players entering No-Limit Hold’em Tournaments, making old conservative slow play strategies ineffective. Only aggressive players like Lindgren make it to the final tables, and in this book, he reveals what it takes to be the last one standing. This book is ideal for World Poker Tour fans and those inspired by Australian poker champion Joe Hachem’s recent $10 million win. Lindgren himself has won nearly $2 million on the World Poker Tour, including two first-place finishes. The World Poker Tour television series has transformed televised poker with expert analysis, varied camera angles, and close-ups of the players’ hole cards, creating a new form of high-stakes entertainment.

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    Winning Poker Tournaments One Hand at a Time, Volume I

    By: Eric 'Rizen' Lynch, Jon 'Pearljammer' Turner , Jon 'Apestyles' Van Fleet

    Are you ready to learn winning ways from today’s true tournament experts? Reading this book is like attending a master class in tournament poker. The authors are not only consistent winners but powerful teachers as well. Step-by-step, they reveal their decision-making processes using hands drawn from actual play, not examples contrived to fit a particular poker theory. You’ll see how cutting-edge pros use their wisdom and incredibly extensive experience to analyze almost every poker situation imaginable. Whether deep-stacked or short-stacked, against single or multiple opponents, you’ll learn the skills that will make you a winner, including when and how to play aggressively or tightly, when to make moves, when to make continuation bets and when to hold back, how to induce and pick off bluffs, and how to accumulate chips without constantly risking your tournament life. Poker is a fun game, but it’s even more fun when you win.


    Winning Poker Tournaments One Hand at a Time Volume III

    By: Eric 'Rizen' Lynch, Jon 'Pearljammer' Turner , Jon 'Apestyles' Van Fleet

    Pearljammer, Apestyles, and Rizen—players whose collective stats boast over 2,000 final tables, 300 major wins, and more than $10,000,000 in cashes, return to analyze 50 new hands from major online tournaments. This book offers a master class in tournament poker, allowing you to sweat the best as they walk you through key hands deep in actual tournaments. Through their analysis, you will learn the various factors a professional poker player considers, including how the changing dynamic of stack sizes impacts decisions, how tournament payout structures affect strategies during Final Table play, the importance of position and the number of players acting behind you, when game theory comes into play and when it doesn’t, and how different skill levels of opponents can alter your strategies. The authors, who are not only consistent winners but also powerful teachers, reveal their decision-making processes step-by-step, providing insights from their different perspectives and playing styles. Poker is a fun game, but it’s even more fun when you win.


    Winning Poker Tournaments One Hand at a Time, Volume II

    By: Eric 'Rizen' Lynch, Jon 'Pearljammer' Turner , Jon 'Apestyles' Van Fleet

    In Volume 2, Pearljammer, Apestyles, and Rizen—players whose collective stats include more than 1,800 final tables made, over 300 major wins, and more than $10,000,000 in cashes—return to show you how to crush the final table. When deep in a tournament, the ability to analyze opponents’ play is more than an advantage; it’s a necessity. In this exciting follow-up, you get to sweat the best as they walk you through the key hands of actual tournaments: what they did right, what they did wrong, and what you need to do to win. Learn how to use the changing dynamic of stack size to your advantage as the field narrows, the unique strategies and tactics of final table play, how to dominate weak players and outthink strong players, and how to take maximum advantage of your table image to confound your competition. Discover how hand selection changes in short-handed and heads-up play. Poker is a fun game, but it’s even more fun when you win. Whether playing online or live, you need to keep your cool and make the right moves to enjoy big-money finishes.


    Championship Hold’em Satellite Strategy

    By: Tom McEvoy, Brad Daugherty

    Two world champions, Chris Moneymaker and Grey Raymer, share their secrets on how to win your way into big tournaments offering millions of dollars in prize money by playing in small-entry fee tournaments. Moneymaker parlayed a $39 satellite win into a world championship title and $2.5 million, while Raymer turned $150 into $5 million in 2004. These exciting mini-tournaments, called satellites, have made the authors millions of dollars, and now they reveal their proven insider strategies for beating limit and no-limit hold’em satellites, as well as one-table, multi-table, online, and super satellites. Step-by-step, you’ll learn how to replicate their success and potentially transform a modest investment into a life-changing prize.

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    Texas Hold’em Odds and Probabilities

    By: Matthew Hilger
    Subtitle: Limit, No-Limit, and Tournament Strategies

    Every single decision you make at the poker table is in some way related to odds and probabilities. Whether you are deciding to bet, call, fold, raise, or even bluff, odds and probabilities are an integral part of the decision-making process.

    – How often does each starting hand win against a specific hand or random hand?
    – What are the odds of your opponent holding a pocket pair when he raises?
    – What is the probability that an over-card will flop when you hold JJ?
    – How do you determine if drawing is profitable or not?

    This book covers all forms of the game, including limit, no-limit, and tournament situations. It does more than just show you how to calculate the odds – more importantly, the focus is on how to apply odds to make better decisions. Hilger’s approach shows that you do not need to be a math wiz to be successful in poker. Simple concepts and strategies that anyone can learn will have you matching wits with the top players in no time. Some of the topics include: raising draws for value, backdoor draws, facing all-in decisions before the flop, protecting your hand, the impact of stack sizes, and much more. In addition, the most comprehensive collection of Texas Hold’em charts and statistics ever put in print is provided as reference.


    Championship 107 Hold’em Tournament Hands

    By: Tom McEvoy, T.J. Cloutier
    Subtitle: A Hand-by-Hand Guide to Winning Hold'em Tournaments!

    Gain tremendous insights into how tournament poker is played at the highest level as two poker legends dissect 107 actual hold’em hands. Among them are forty-five key hands played by champions in turnaround situations, revealing the key concepts and thinking behind each hand. From basic strategy scenarios to challenging and tricky situations, players are guided through a comprehensive understanding of the game.

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    Superstar Poker Strategy

    By: Doyle Brunson, Daniel Negreanu, Phil Hellmuth, Johnny Chan
    Subtitle: The World's Greatest Players Reveal Their Winning Secrets

    The world’s top poker players share their expert advice on mastering various poker styles such as tournaments, cash games, no-limit, limit and pot-limit hold’em, Omaha (high-low and PLO), 7-card stud (razz, high-low), and triple draw in the book Superstars of Poker. The book features strategies and secrets from poker legends like Doyle Brunson, known as the greatest poker player and the Godfather of Poker, and Phil Helmuth, who holds the record for the most WSOP championships. Other contributors include Daniel Negreanu, a 6-time bracelet winner and author, Lyle Berman, founder of the World Poker Tour, Bobby Baldwin, Johnny Chan, Mike Caro, Jennifer Harman, Todd Brunson, and Crandell Addington.


    Lessons from the Felt

    By: David Apostolico
    Subtitle: Advanced Strategies and Tactics for No-Limit Hold'em Tournaments

    Drawing from the knowledge-rich Lessons from the Pro Poker Tour, Lessons from the Felt instructs readers on the application of advanced strategies and tactics in various no-limit hold’em tournaments. David Apostolico, with his extensive experience on the circuit, uses real-world examples to emphasize the importance of making the right decisions in diverse settings. From local games to high-stakes tournaments, Lessons From the Felt offers the necessary expertise and analysis for players to enhance their skills, increase their chances of winning, and heighten their enjoyment of the game.

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    The Pocket Idiot’s Guide to Texas Hold’em

    By: Carl Baldassarre

    Texas Hold’em, a popular game on TV and major tournaments, has become the gold standard of poker. Players are now favoring a specific version – No Limit Hold’em, which allows unlimited betting, creating larger pots and more excitement. While the dynamics are similar to low-limit games, the strategy differs significantly. This book focuses on teaching the basics of Texas Hold’em, with an emphasis on no-limit strategy for cash games, online games, and no-limit tournaments.


    Kill Phil

    By: Blair Rodman
    Subtitle: The Fast Track to Success in No-Limit Hold 'em Poker Tournaments

    Kill Phil revolutionized tournament poker, the world’s richest sport, popularized by TV, the Internet, and the World Series of Poker. It introduced a strategy enabling novices to compete against top professionals in no-limit hold ’em, a game previously dominated by a few skilled players. The strategy remains effective against the world’s best players, but tournament play is evolving. Kill Phil remains the best method for entering the profitable poker-tournament arena. Read Kill Phil to master a simple yet powerful system, learn advanced strategies, and adjust your play for online tournaments, Sit-n-Gos, and single-table satellites.

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    Heads-Up Tournament Poker

    By: Annie Duke, Vanessa Rousso, Josh Doody
    Subtitle: Hand by Hand

    This in-depth analysis of heads-up championship play against top players reveals winning strategies for this competitive poker format. Over 600 hands are analyzed as tournament players showcase their skills across twelve matches, offering insights into their decision-making process and card play. The book combines practical theory with tailored strategies for heads-up tournaments, equipping readers with the tools to navigate this challenging landscape. From developing game plans for different opponents to making crucial adjustments mid-match, the authors share their knowledge on playing effectively against both professionals and amateurs. The guide examines successful bluffs, identifies flawed tactics, and presents a clear path for adapting strategies based on chip counts and match dynamics, making it the ultimate resource for mastering heads-up poker.


    The Raiser’s Edge

    By: Bertrand Grospellier
    Subtitle: Tournament-Poker Strategies for Today's Aggressive Game

    The Raiser’s Edge  explores a variety of strategies employed by the world’s top players. It covers techniques such as 3- and 4-betting, floating and squeezing, smooth-calling and min-raising, thin value betting, and the development of the metagame. The book also looks into equilibrium strategies that focus on starting hands and heads-up play, taking into account even the ages and nationalities of opponents. Additionally, it includes a comprehensive bonus chapter on reading tells by body-language expert Steve Van Aperen.


    How to Play Winning Poker

    By: Avery Cardoza

    This updated starter guide is ideal for beginners aiming to win at poker tournaments and cash games. It covers all popular poker games, online poker, 21 key poker concepts, 15 bluffing concepts, and using psychology and body language. Handy charts included.


    Strategies for Beating Small Stakes Poker Tournaments

    By: Jonathan Little

    Discover the secrets to dominating small stakes poker tournaments in this comprehensive guide by professional poker player Jonathan Little. Learn how to identify and exploit the three primary player types you will encounter, and adjust your strategy to crush passive and aggressive opponents playing too many or too few hands. By keenly observing your opponents and diligently taking notes on their tendencies and mistakes, you can develop specific exploitative tactics to maximize your edge. Increase your aggression in intelligent spots, make well-timed bluffs, and value bet relentlessly against calling stations. Avoid mindlessly adhering to a fixed hand range, and instead adapt to play the most profitable counter-strategy against each opponent. Master these approaches, as well as other key ideas like hand ranges, implied odds, and betting sizing, and you will quickly move up from the small stakes to higher levels where serious money awaits.

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    Play Poker Like the Pros

    By: Phil Hellmuth
    Subtitle: The greatest poker player in the world today reveals his million-dollar-winning strategies to the most popular tournament, home and online games

    Play Poker Like the Pros is a comprehensive guide on how to play and win at modern poker games such as Texas Hold’em, Omaha, Seven-Card Stud, and Razz. Even if you’re a novice who has never handled a deck of cards, Hellmuth’s book will guide you through the rules and setup of each game, followed by basic and advanced strategies. He instructs on when to play certain hands, bluff, raise, or fold, and offers techniques for reading opponents and maintaining composure under stress. The book also includes special sections on conquering online poker games and a behind-the-scenes look at tournament play. Hellmuth’s strategies are designed to help you triumph over any type of player, from the unpredictable Jackal and the overzealous Elephant, to the conservative Mouse and the skilled Lion.


    Kill Everyone

    By: Lee Nelson, Tysen Streib, Kim Lee
    Subtitle: Advanced Strategies for No-limit Hold 'em Poker Tournaments and Sit-n-Go's

    Kill Everyone takes the revolutionary concepts of its predecessor, Kill Phil, to new heights. Blending real-time experience, poker math, and advanced strategies, this book equips players with the tools needed to dominate multi-table tournaments, Sit-n-Go’s, and satellites. From fear and fold equity to optimal heads-up play, Kill Everyone covers it all, providing insights for every stage of the game, from early accumulation to the final table. With contributions from poker pros like WSOP bracelet winner Mark Vos, this comprehensive guide is essential for anyone serious about tournament poker, whether playing live or online.

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    Caro’s Secrets of Winning Poker

    By: Mike Caro

    This book is essential reading for novice and intermediate players. It teaches readers to adopt the mindset of a successful poker player, use effective strategies, assess games for profitability, and leverage psychology and body language for an added advantage. The book is filled with tips and strategies that uncover the most lucrative secrets of hold’em, 7 stud, and tournament poker. Caro instructs on how to level the playing field with stronger players, exploit weak players, out-bluff a bluffer, win large pots, and much more. Doyle Brunson, a two-time world champion, has praised Caro’s work, stating that his research and seminars have completely transformed the game of poker.


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