Cookies on the PokerWorks Website

We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. If you continue without changing your settings, we'll assume that you are happy to receive all cookies on the PokerWorks website. However, if you would like to, you can change your cookie settings at any time.

Continue using cookies

Poker News | Poker Book Review

Poker Books are normally chock full of strategy from a varied field of poker players (normally a poker pro).  And many are very valuable, not only as learning tools for newbies, but also to help refresh a style of play or an idea that may have been forgotten as one progresses along the footpath of poker.  While one's concept of poker - how particular hands should be played, from what position - bankroll requirements - poker tells - tilting - and many more concepts to numerous to list, may vary from author to author, the most valuable tools for being a winning poker player are held within the covers.  PokerWorks has compiled a review to help you decide which reading would best guide your poker game play

A Review of Gus Hansen’s Every Hand Revealed

I vividly remember the first time I saw Gus Hansen play poker. It was the final table of a World Poker Tour tournament televised on the Travel Channel, and I sat in wonder at this apparent maniac raising under the gun with hands like J-4 offsuit...

A Review of Farha on Omaha

Sam Farha is considered to be one of the best Omaha players in the world. He won both of his World Series of Poker bracelets in the game, one in pot limit Omaha high-only, and the other in Omaha High-Low Eight-or-Better. He has been a regular and...

A Review of Daniel Negreanu’s Power Hold’em Strategy

Daniel Negreanu is, arguably, the most popular player in poker. His buoyant personality and uncanny ability to read his opponent’s hands has been featured in World Series of Poker coverage, on World Poker Tour telecasts and on High Stakes Poker...

Harrington on Cash Games: Volume II

The second volume of Harrington and Robertie’s cash game set picks up right where the first book leaves off, with play on the turn and river. As readers have come to expect from these two superb analysts, the thinking process that goes into every...

A Review of Harrington on Cash Games, Volume I

It is generally agreed that former World Series of Poker Main Event champion Dan Harrington raised the bar for books on tournament poker with his three-volume, Harrington on Hold’Em series. Now, he and co-author Bill Robertie are back, and trying...

The Professor the Banker and the Suicide King

In 2001, a self-made billionaire banker from Texas strolled into the high limit section of the Bellagio poker room in Las Vegas, Nevada. The man’s name is Andy Beal and his goal was very simple, beat the best. Author Michael Craig chronicles Beal’s...

Book Review: One of a Kind

When the question “Who is the greatest of all time?” is asked, often a heated debate ensues. It doesn’t matter what the subject is, be it baseball, football, chess, or any other topic for that matter. No two people ever seem to agree. But when that...

1 2  Next

News Flash

The IRS Scores Big at 2015 WSOP ME Final Table

The IRS managed to snag 34.13 percent from the payouts of the 2015 November Nine, totaling $8,467,091.

Read more

Quick Room Review

Bonus Room review

Subscribe to the Nightly Turbo

Be the first to know all the latest poker news, tournament results, gossip and learn all about the best online poker deals straight from your inbox.

RSS Feed