what books should a beginner read Advanced Pot-limit Omaha Volume II: Lag Play
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful. PLO is a heck of a rideBy Alan C. GoeringI have both Vol I and now Vol II. Vol II provides a little more nuanced play and ideas. Common themes in both book are aggression and playing in position. If i had been at the table against Jeff and folded the same hands his opponents did i'd be plenty mad right now, knowing I'd been hornswaggled out of a number of winning hands. Jeff makes it seem easy, yet he cautions us when its time to put on the brakes. Good book.3 of 4 people found the following review helpful. Very good but...By Jason SI liked this book. I like all Jeff''s books. He does a great job of breaking down hands and plays that I haven't been able to dissect. While I do like reading about the hands and his thought process, I do wish there was more written in each section. Having two or three pages of explanation then 85 example hands seems a bit lop sided. I wish there was more explanation of each section: why they are important, what to consider when in those situations, etc.Also, perhaps I didn't research enough but I didn't realize that the book was written about 6 handed on-line play until the book arrived in the mail. Some of the material may not transfer over to full tables, though I'm sure some will.Overall I did really like the book. More explanation and application to full ring games would make this a perfect book.0 of 0 people found the following review helpful. Five StarsBy Sylvain GuinepainFantastic series of books.