As 2014 has come to an end so does a fantastic year of poker. While we were flipping chips at the tables a lot of new awesome poker books hit the shelves this year.
But the real question arises - what poker books sold the most in 2014?
It's a bit surprising to see that a lot of oldies still make the list. And one might wonder how Colson Whitehead's book can make number two.
Anyway, here is the top 10 best selling books of 2014 (click to enlarge):
---Thanks, Jason. What surprises me the most about this list is:
- Colson Whitehead's book is at number two. It must be because it's more of a "literary" book than a true poker book, and major entities like the NY Times reviewed it when it came out. I own a copy, but still haven't managed to finish the book myself. Some day....
- Mike Caro's book of tells is still selling so well after (literally) decades.
- Moorman's book kind of came out of nowhere this year. I don't own a copy, but might consider picking one up now...
- The Dummies books. They're actually not bad (I own both), but I'm surprised they sell so well with that name. Or maybe that's why they sell. Still, it's weird.