Announcing my new ebook, The Main Event with Jonathan Little

The Main Event with Jonathan Little

The Main Event with Jonathan Little

I am thrilled to announce that I have published my new ebook, The Main Event with Jonathan Little, In-Depth Analysis of 54 hands from my WSOP Main Event.

This book dissects 54 key hands I played during the 2014 WSOP main event that led to me cashing for $22,678.

If you have ever wondered what goes on inside my mind while I am playing a high stake poker tournament, I strongly suggest you check out this book.

Whenever I play a large buy-in poker tournament, I write down all of the hands I play. This allows me to review my hands on a future date. For more information about how I record my hands, check out my blog post which includes a how-to video. 

This book is essentially an up-to-date version of my best-selling book Secrets of Professional Tournament Poker, Volume 3.

I’m really proud of this book, and I think everyone who reads it will benefit from it.

I could really use your help…

I would love to see my new ebook become the #1 poker book on Amazon.com, and I’m prepared to make it worth your while if you help me achieve this goal.

If you buy the book and post an honest review on Amazon.com before 9/1/2014, I will give you exclusive access to the recording of a private 1-hour coaching session I did with a student of mine for FREE.

I have NEVER released this video before, so if you think you may have already seen it, you haven’t.

This was NOT a typical coaching session.

You see, my student won a seat into a $1,000,000 winner-take-all sit-n-go, and he hired me to prepare him for it.

The bad news is my student busted in 8th place when he had AK vs QJ on KTxA for a 30 big blind stack, which seemed unavoidable to me.

The good news (for you) is, if you help me with my ebook launch, I’ll send you the first 1-hour coaching session for FREE.

 How to get your free coaching video:

  1. Buy my ebook by clicking on my ebook image at the top right of this page or by clicking here.
  2. Go through the book.
  3. Post an honest review of my ebook on Amazon.
  4. Send an email to support@floattheturn.zendesk.com BEFORE September 1, 2014 to let me know you have posted your review.

If I receive your email BEFORE September 1, 2014, I’ll give you access to this 1-hour coaching session for FREE!

I really hope you enjoy the book. Thanks for reading!

 

5 Comments

  • Ron Bell says:

    I made it to day three and my first main event. I think if I I understood some of the deep Stack concepts in this book prior to the event, I would have survived much further. I could not stop reading once I began this book!

  • Sonja Christina Knoblauch says:

    I just sent the e-mail. I wrote a review under this name on amazon.com with some suggestions. I would highly appreciate it, if you would read it and think about them. In any case thanks a lot for the book. It was a great read.

    • Thanks for the review.

      It is nearly impossible to write down all of the players yet to act while at the table. It is tough enough to write down all of the information I did. I suppose I could make up players yet to act but I think that would detract from the legitimacy of the book.

      As for the comments about listing “thinking ahead” options, I did not think that was necessary because that would likely ruin the action and content displayed later in the hand. I actually started writing the book in this manner but I quickly realized that would make most of the analysis be preflop and on the flop with very little analysis on the turn and river.

    • Sonja Christina Knoblauch says:

      Thank you very much for reading and considering it. I definitely understand your points.

      I understand that writing down all the players is impossible, but a general read on the table (very aggressive, mostly passive players etc.) would be very helpful. At least on the button, it would be great to have some info on the blinds, since against some I might wanna raise any 2, while against some others, I might wanna act rather tight. I realize of course the problems of writing all of that down at the table and that your notes were the basis for the book, so adding information that you did not recall would of course be the wrong way to go. In some spots I missed that information greatly, though.
      Since in tournaments like this you tend to sit with the same players for quite some hours, it would be helpful if you could consider this in case you plan on writing a book like this again (I would love to read that) and maybe you could write some short information on your table and the players following right after you down after the day or in a break while it’s still fresh in your memory. Another way to go about it would be to note down changes to the table (new players etc.) while they are happening and adding information on the players as your opinion on them forms.
      Just some suggestions, I hope you don’t mind me speaking my mind. I really appreciate your hard work on this.

      I definitely see your point about the “thinking ahead” options.

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