Harrington on Hold ’em: Expert Strategy for No-Limit Tournaments; Volume II: The Endgame

ISBN: 1880685353
ISBN 13: 9781880685358
By: Dan Harrington Bill Robertie

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Reader's Thoughts

Kingsley

Final table means: read this book. Seriously. Do it.

Andy Valen

The second half (technically just a third) of the best poker pook on tournaments. Excellent.

Josh

Awesome book, take your poker game to another level.

dawn

I loved all of Harrington's books. They read like textbooks and they have problems for solving. I learned more from this series than from any other poker book. I reread them from time to time for a refresher. . . I should probably do that again.

Ian

Easily compares against the likes of Moby Dick, The Heart of Darkness, Catch-22, and One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest as one of the best and most important bits of literature written in the last 200 years.

Justin

Lot of good information about abstract concepts like M and Q inflection points and making moves. The pages flew by with good tips and problems.

Tony Bake

Best book set on Holdem Tournaments that I have read. Would recommend to anyone wanting to better understand the game.

Michael

The examples and problems in this book are very instructive and represent actual play. Harrington explains not only the various possibilities at each point, but the many considerations that go into each decision. Particularly useful are the many examples of how your play needs to change drastically in late stages of a tournament, heads-up play, or when stacks get short. A valuable resource, definitely recommended.

William Herbst

Best instructional book on any game I have ever read - if you play tournament poker and are looking for a good series of books, start here.

David

The next time I lose a no-limit hold'em tournament, it will not be Dan Harrington's fault.

Tim Brennan

A must read for any serious poker player.

Daniel Young

Not as influential as the first volume, but more technical instead. Still great for learning, particularly the changes necessary to be successful in short-handed tables and heads-up play.

Glen Demers

This book, along with Vol. 1, are the best books for introducing you to Texas Hold 'em tournament play.

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Joe

I especially like Dan's formula's for Q and M. I now use them in my tournaments.

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