The Odds In Hold'em Poker by King Yao. A must read for any player
who wants to improve there shorthanded poker. It has 2 chapters
dedicated soley to shorthanded poker. The first chapter "Shorthanded
Limit Poker" has an into to shorthanded, how the games changes based
on the number of players at the table looking at 8-10, 7, 6, 5,
4, 3 and heads up. In goes into further detail when 3 players. Also
has "Playing the Players" and a look at "Strategic Differences"
between short and full games. It then has a second chapter looking
at the 13 most common mistakes when playing shorthanded. This is
the only book Ive seen take such a good look at shorthanded games.
The rest of the book is also very useful.
Poker for Advanced Players by David Sklansky and Mason Malmuth.
This is a must read for any playing who wants to improve all aspects
of there texas holdem game as they start climbing the stakes. Id
would recommend it to anyone who plays full ring, but most importantly
it has an important chapter "Playing Short-Handed". Its very
useful in particular for heads up and 3 handed games.
Stakes Holdem by ED Miller is a must read for any Limit Texas
Holdem poker player. It deals only with full ring but all the aspects
which are vitally important for anyone who wants to become a winning
of Poker by David Sklansky. Another must read that will improve
your overal poker game and give you a greater understanding of the
game and thinking behind the decisions to be made.
Low Limit Hold'em by Lee Jones. This is the ideal book for any
beginner to texas holdem and starting out at low limits.
Well set out book. Easy to follow and understand. Is only for full
ring games but an ideal starting groundt have for beginners.
Poker by David Sklansky. This was the first definitive work
on texas hold'em poker and was first published in 1976 but has since
been updated to take account of the double blind structure of todays
games. Its still a must have for anyone who plays Texas Hold'em.
Texas Hold'em - Winning Strategy from an Internet Pro by Matthew
Hilger. I would recommend this book for anyone fairly new to Texas
Holdem who wants to improve there overal full ring game.