It is hard for me to believe, but the reincarnated website JonathanLittlePoker.com is one year old! Managing this site and making sure all of the content is produced and uploaded at the correct time is a ton of work. That being said, this website has been one of the most rewarding things I have ever done. Every day when I roll out of bed, I look forward to working on it and sharing my experiences with you.
Each week during the past year,I have posted an educational poker blog and also uploaded an episode of my podcast Weekly Poker Hand. I also self-published two books, The Main Event with Jonathan Little and Strategies for Beating Small Stakes Poker Tournaments, both of which you have made best-sellers on Amazon (Strategies is still the #1 best seller!). I also published Jonathan Little’s Excelling at No-Limit Hold’em, which I am confident will be one of the most influential poker books ever printed. Finally, I hosted a weekly home game where I gave away $1,500 in cash plus loads of prizes to the players. If it were not for all of your support, none of this would have been possible. Thank you!!!
I explain why it may not be the best idea in the world, assuming you like money, to play in tournaments that have tons of players. It is tough to win a 10,000 person tournament, even if it is super-soft.
While poker is full of amazing people who greatly benefit the world, there are also people who constantly try to bring everyone else down. I am confident that these haters can change their ways and live more rewarding lives if they so choose. In this post, I give them some advice to help get back on the track to success.
I analyze an iconic hand from Rounders and try to determine exactly what Teddy KGB had. This was a fun post to write.
When I started playing poker I was in decent shape. A few years later, I was obese. In this post, I share with you how I got back in shape and lost 40 pounds of fat. If you are an out of shape poker player, you simply must read this, assuming you value your health.
Traveling to play poker is expensive. If you don’t travel intelligently, you will have a difficult time winning in the long run.
I give you 10 tips that you can start implementing today that will instantly make you a more profitable poker player.
Most small stakes players never have the experience of playing with world-class competition and usually do poorly when that situation finally arrives. In this post, I present some strategies you can use to ensure the pros do not demolish you.
During the 2014 WSOP, I hosted a live seminar with Zach, who gave an excellent presentation. I took what I learned and instantly found a reliable tell on one of my opponents. I used it to my advantage and didn’t lose my stack in what would normally be considered an unavoidable cooler. Zach’s lesson won me $1,500 on the first day!
While this post is not related to improving at poker, I explain why poker is an amazing game and also compare it to a few other games.
I listen to a TON of podcasts. When I am working out or traveling, I am filling my brain as fast as possible with information that will ideally benefit my life. If you find that you are frequently wasting time playing video games, goofing around on your phone, or zoning out in general, I strongly suggest you delve into podcasts.
Thank you for making this last year an amazing success! I cannot express how appreciative I am for your support. If you enjoy this site, the most beneficial thing you can do for me is sharing it with your friends. Thank you for reading. On to another amazing year!