Ed Miller's Small Stakes Holdem
This book is the graduate course in beating low limit games.
If I had known when I bought this book how much money is would make me, I would probably have paid 10X the cover price. It's that good.
Ed Miller is a smart cookie. He used to work as a software developer for Microsoft, and he's one of a select few people who have co-authored a book with David Sklansky (who is almost certainly the leading poker thinker of the last decade or two). He is very capable of beating bigger games (he usually plays between 10/20 and 30/60) but has been fairly recently spotted crushing games as low as 2/4.
This book is not an easy read. There is a lot of information, and mathematics, and important concepts to process. It's also not an easy read because it challenges a lot of assumptions you might have had about how to best play in low limit games.
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