Today’s archive review is a reminder of some of the books I’ve recommended thus far on NPA. Each of these titles is definitely worth checking out.
- Winning in Tough Hold’em Games by Nick “stoxtrader” Grudzien and Geoff Herzog is an instant classic. It’s one of the finest limit hold’em books to come out in a long time. Anyone who plays limit hold’em even remotely seriously should definitely check this one out.
- Winning Secrets of Poker by Peter Fornatale is a delightful compendium of interviews of a broad spectrum of poker players.
- Moneyball by Michael Lewis is my favorite book written by one of my favorite authors. While it’s the story of a “new wave” baseball general manager, its themes have many parallels in poker.
- The Intelligent Investor by Benjamin Graham is the most important book on investing ever written. I think every last person should read it.
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