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Good place to start?

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    Ok so I know the rules of poker, and I know enough to win a freeroll or two. But how do I get better? Are books a good start?

    Videos?

    I like watching the instructions videos on youtube and was thinking of getting one of those subscriptions - but they are pretty

    darn expensive, at least $100. The only one that seems to have a reasonable price is Real Poker Training at $30 for 1 month. Is

    this an ok place to start? Any sugggestions?

    I tried reading Phil Gordon's Little Green book but fell asleep, and I'm trying to read Harrington which is good - but I don't have

    much patience to read beyond the first chapter
     
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