If you want to learn to play Texas Hold'em poker, the best way is to arm yourself with as much knowledge of the game as possible. The best way to do this is to build your own library of the best low limit Texas Hold'em poker strategy books.
Book stores are flooded with poker books these days and I thought it might be a good time to list the three best books available. These books are so good that I'll go out on a limb here and say that if you read and master what's in these three poker books, they are probably the only ones that you ever need to read:
1. Winning Low Limit Hold'em by Lee Jones – Whenever I'm asked what books I would recommend as the first book for a beginner I suggest first reading Winning Low-Limit Hold 'Em. Jones teaches a conservative style of play which is best for a beginning player. I feel that it is far too easy for players to lose money if they try to play aggressively very early in the learning curve.
2. Small Stakes Hold'em by Ed Miller, Mason Malmuth and David Sklansky – This is the next book that you should read due to the particular style of play taught in this book. The authors address the often overlooked strategies needed for aggressive poker play. Playing correct aggressive poker will put you in the position to maximize win winning hands.
3. Hold'em Poker For Advanced Players by David Sklansky – If you find yourself in a low limit Texas Hold'em game with several good players, you will need some new skills in order to win. This book will introduce you to many of the more advanced strategies that separate poor players from good players. You'll find truckloads of wisdom in here and as you move up the limit ladder, you'll see how more and more of this book's strategies apply.
If you are a beginning Texas Hold'em poker player, these three books will become the foundation for winning at Texas Hold'em and give you a big advantage at the poker table over your opponents!
Source by Michael Hawley