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Old 07-31-2007, 05:30 PM
agoldenbear agoldenbear is offline
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Default Re: Books about reading hands

"Harrington on Hold Em Vol.3" is presented largely in quiz format. It forces you to reason through a hand and come to a logical decision. It then gives you a score based on your performance.

Roy Cooke's "Real Poker II: The Play of Hands" is a fixed limit book that has one actual hand, played by the author, per chapter. It shows a solid pro's thought process for every decision he makes throughout a hand.

Hope my suggestions help.
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