NotBatman
NotBatman
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July 1st, 2018 at 9:23:25 AM permalink
I'm looking for recommendations for a book or two on learning to win at micro stakes Texas Hold'Em poker. I know the basics but am looking for a `system` I guess, which takes into account things like your position, odds, ranges etc

I'm currently skimming a book by Alton Hardin which seems ok but it doesn't seem well known online. I'm basically wondering is there a more well known highly book or course available?
billryan
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July 1st, 2018 at 9:48:45 AM permalink
I'm not a poker player, but I remember a book called Kill Phil was highly reviewed when published.
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mustangsally
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July 1st, 2018 at 10:01:08 AM permalink
Quote: NotBatman

I'm looking for recommendations for a book or two on learning to win at micro stakes Texas Hold'Em poker.

my hubby when he started playing found this
it was in my bookmarks

https://www.pokerlistings.com/how-to-beat-microstakes-poker-post-flop-strategy-pt-1

he did not do so well, so maybe it was his fault

If I play those, I just go all-in with any Ace and chase straights, flushes and small pairs to get a set or better.
especially online at wsop.com in Nevada (not much competition out here for poker)
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July 1st, 2018 at 9:22:31 PM permalink
Firstly, this... Amazon linky-link: Getting Started in Hold 'em Paperback March, 2005, by Ed Miller
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