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The basic book is "how to read a hand" of Ed Miller. You can find the first here One most advanced and most general is "Let there be range" of South and Nguyen. You can find the last here Update: In "Harrington on online cash games : 6-max no-limit hold'em" there is a great chapter on hand reading.
I would suggest you play some online freerolls to get the feel for online poker. If you can deposit (not sure based on the US rules) then I would deposit as much as you are comfortable losing. Dont deposit $200 if you can only really afford $75 for example. Then you need to stick to some strict Bankroll Management. With regards to books, there are hundreds ...
Building a bankroll. If you want to play modern poker online for cash, "building a bankroll" is the book. You will find all the other poker books wrote on this argument until now superficials. It is not for beginner players, you must have a good knowledge of the theory of texas hold'em.
There are a lot of questions here and I'm only going to address your casino concern. I would bet that your casino spreads a 3-6 Limit game, $60 min buy in. I would take $80-$100 and sit down at that table first. The action is usually slower and you'll be less likely to lose your roll as quickly as you might at an NLHM table. This will provide you a ...
The best books for novice is basically anything from David Sklansky, especially "No Limit Hold 'em: Theory and Practice" As you get more advanced, you need to tailor the sources you read to game you play. If you play SNG, then you need to read about SNG. Collin Moshman wrote rally great books covering SNG and heads up situation. If you play tournaments, ...
This is a topic covered with plenty of examples at most decent poker training sites, such as Card Runners, Deuces Cracked, or Grinderschool. Most of those will require a paid subscription. Full disclosure: I own Grinderschool. You can find a list of our videos pertaining to hand reading through our keyword search: 70+ videos on reads, 40+ videos on hand ...
Although poker is changing all the time fundamentally the game is still the same. Its only really peoples strategies that change. If this book has been recommended in several places then its obviously a good book even if it is 5 years old. So you should probably take a look at it, if you get the opportunity. In my opinon the best way to continue to learn ...
Trying limit games in casino, playing online/using different statistics analysing tools/ watching tutorials/reading books. Anyway this "education" will cost you your bankroll or your time. The alternative way is hiring a poker trainer. But the truth is somewhere in between, as always.
As Gaz Winter says there is a huge difference between playing online and live. If your aim is to play at casino then try to play with friends (friends that know how to play) twice a week for a month and you will probably have understood the basics of nlhe. If you can play online then do it, you can play for free or for real small amounts versus different ...
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