Important Poker Books

What If You Knew Their Range?

Every top-teir player studies between sessions. To become top-teir you have to not only study hard, but study the RIGHT things the RIGHT way. This workbook is exactly what you need to be doing between sessions to expand your skills and increase your winrate. Complete with 40 unique exercises that challenge you to understand your own ranges, assign your opponent’s ranges, and range vs range work that you need to move up – this workbook will keep you focused on the right things.

Do you learn best with poker books instead of videos? If so, check out this collection of important poker books for cash game players. I personally wrote Dynamic Full Ring Poker: Beyond The Basics, and also co-authored some books with Red Chip Poker. There are also other books that I’ve read along the way and think they add tremendous value, especially Qtip’s Poker Math That Matters if you are serious about working on your math. Click on any of the books to learn more and add them to your collection today!

The Best Way To Study Hand Reading

Poker requires a lot of study – but where do you even begin!? Stop guessing and jumping from video to video and instead dive into the new poker workbook. This workbook guides you through hand reading to help you understand your own ranges, your opponent’s ranges, and range vs range situations more clearly. After completing these exercises you’ll be a stronger hand reader, have a better grasp on combos, and will be able to identify frequencies within a range more easily. 

And that’s a skillset worth studying for!