This is a beginning of a set of poker book reviews. Please feel free to add yours or to edit those that already exist.

Poker Theory (general) Edit

Texas Hold'em Edit

Limit hold 'em Edit

See also LHE:Reading list.

No-limit hold 'em Edit

Tournaments Edit

Omaha Edit

Limit Omaha hi-lo 8/b Edit

Seven-card stud Edit

Seven-card stud hi-lo 8-or-better Edit

Razz Edit

Books Covering Multiple Games Edit

Poker History, Non-Fiction, and Bography Edit

Poker FictionEdit

Ground-breaking poker fiction novel "Damned Good" by JJ DeCeglie, published this summer by Fontaine Press

"It was in everything. The spoken jousting was scripted, the hands and faces sculpted, looking at hole cards was art here, clicking a view at the flop was a skill. The turn and river were tantamount to drawing guns on the others in the pot, stacking chips and pushing them onward was like firing your damned weapon across the table. Maiming left you wide open for a crown shot blasted right back at you. Precision was essential each move. Everyone here was an assassin. This was a place of mute and thunder like he’d never seen. You couldn’t move devoid of feeling it. He could nearly glimpse it. "

Other Poker BooksEdit

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