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Old 09-24-2018, 04:43 AM   #1
Ainars
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Suggest some good books to learn from in 2019 for complete beginner please?

Well, I know it's technically 2018 still but new year is couple months around the corner. So...

Anyhow, I really do not know where to start. I got myself "Crushing The Microstakes" book by Williams years ago before I quit poker. Now I'm back at it after like 5 year brake and I still have the book but I don't know how outdated it is since it was written like 8 years ago. I am complete n00b though. Playing 2nl micros now. It will probably be a while until I move past 5nl. So I know that what I need now is no fancy GTO strategies and just basic ABC fundamentals to learn. Looking for books that have exactly that, books that are not out of date and are written for complete beginners. I wanna focus on NL cash games for now.

Would appriciate your help guys, cos this poker world is kind of overwhelming for a newbie like me and I do not know where to begin. Especially since I hear everywhere that a lot of books are outdated and can hurt you by giving bad advice as a result. Either that or they are just too advanced for beginners and too advanced strategies in too simple games can hurt ya as well. All this makes me kind of nervous of what resources to buy.
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Old 09-24-2018, 10:42 AM   #2
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Re: Suggest some good books to learn from in 2019 for complete beginner please?

The Grinder's Manual by Peter Clarke is a really solid start and has everything you need at those stakes. It's a couple of years old but is a good mix of solid theory and exploitative strategies aimed at the micros.

Disclaimer: I had a few coaching sessions with the author a while ago.
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Old 09-24-2018, 12:22 PM   #3
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Re: Suggest some good books to learn from in 2019 for complete beginner please?

Refresh with what you already have and i have been reading grinders manual as well you can get it for free with the free trial on scribd so i would do that after reading crushing the micros
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