Strategies for Small Stakes Cash Games now on Audible!

strategies-audio-jonathan-little-pokerI am excited to announce that my new best-selling book Strategies for Beating Small Stakes Poker Cash Games is now available in the audiobook format on Audible, Amazon, and iTunes. The audiobook is over 4 hours long! So far, my students are loving it. I am confident that if you diligently study this in-depth guide, you will be one of the best players in any small stakes cash game you encounter. You can actually get the audiobook for FREE if you haven’t already used the offer at this link

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10 Comments

  • Mark Egbert says:

    Will do

    • MikeM says:

      I just bought the audio book. How many of the concepts can be applied to small stakes online games. Like .25/.50 games. Thanks- I looking forward to listening to it probably several times during my commutes to works.

    • It depends a lot on your site. $.25/$.50 on Stars is somewhat tough, whereas it can be super soft on other sites. Strategies is geared mainly to $1/$2 and $2/$5 live where lots of people limp and generally play poorly after the flop. I am not sure if that is the game you are playing or not. If it isn’t and your opponents play decently well, check out Jonathan Little on Live No Limit Cash Games Volumes 1 and 2.

  • farshid says:

    is your new book released in August edited version of this book, as titles are the same?

    • I am not sure what you mean, as the titles are different. The broad subject is the same, but Mastering Small Stakes NLHE is a 500 page book meant to be an exhaustive guide on small stakes nlhe whereas Strategies for Beating Small Stakes are short 80 page primers for beating those games.

  • ff says:

    hey Jonathan, I think your strategy doesn’t work in online poker ……. in just 30 minutes you can easily see crazy hands dealt like every single pot, some one is full vs full or Royal flush vs straight flush , quads vs quads…. you know the odds,,,, what on earth is happening? how is that possible seeing every single pot there are at least 2 people involved with crazy unreal hands…it happens in live poker but how often!!?….seems in online poker real winner is online casino(the host) just messing up with hands to make big pots to take big rakes….
    can you talk about ONLINE poker?…however you have been far away from sites like Jokerstars for ages

    • Simply put, online poker is not rigged. You are certain to see more “crazy” hands dealt online in an hour compared to live because you play many more hands per hour online. Also, I am not sure why you say In have not played on PokerStars in ages as I play there every time I travel outside of America.

  • ff says:

    ok ,online poker is not rigged based on your lame reason.It is not hard to understand that in online poker you see million hands,,yeah i guess everyone knows that but rarely people understand algorithm and manipulation of that to keep everyone in business in maximum number of customers…..it is interesting you surely saying that and not giving logical answer but instead giving million mathematical twisted analysis for just a single hand which is not practical when you are playing in real life….anyway,assuming you are right, so why don’t you sit home and play online and make billion dollars based on skill that you are claiming?why you prefer play 20 hands in live poker instead of 60 hands per hour online? if you are able to make big money so why you don’t make bigger playing online? do NOT tell me that you are in US and you can’t because it just makes me laugh…..sorry to say this stuff but we deserve to get transparent answers…thanks

    • You seem to not grasp the concept that the games online are very tough. I have no desire to grind $1/$2 NL cash games online all day to make $48 per hour (assuming I win at 6bb/100 hands and play 400 hands per hour). I certainly do not have the desire to do a full time online tournament grind to make about $150,000 per year. I would much prefer to take one week trips (like my recent one to Florida) about once per month where I can invest $75,000 in a week and win at roughly 40% ROI (this works out to roughly $360,000 per year). Obviously variance will be huge, but that is fine because I am properly bankrolled.

      At the end of the day, poker is a math game. The reason online seems “rigged” is because most players play well, leading to a tiny edge for strong players and a huge loss rate for bad players. Live poker still remains extremely profitable because a decent amount of the player pool (especially in events with buy-ins lower than $5,000 and cash games lower than $5/$10 NL) have huge holes in their game.

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