Mine3 - CopyHello everyone,

I am thrilled to announce I am re-launching JonathanLittlePoker.com!

Over the last five years, I have been super busy traveling the world playing high stakes poker tournaments, writing books (14 books total, at the moment!) and cultivating my training site, FloatTheTurn.com. I completely forgot about my personal site.

At my site, you can expect lots of FREE educational poker blogs as well as guest blog posts from some of the top poker players and mindset coaches in the game.

You can usually expect my blog posts to be longer than the articles I have produced in the past for various poker magazines, given they typically have a 900 word limit. There is only so much you can say in 900 words! My goal with this blog is to bring you fresh, enlightening content that you cannot find anywhere else in the world.

I also plan to post previews from my upcoming projects, especially when I need your opinion to help improve them. I probably won’t post too much about my day to day life unless you make it clear you want to hear about that. In general, my life is fairly mundane. I work a lot and play a little.

Given I now have lots of educational content to share with the poker world, I want to make the information as easily accessible to you as possible. Feel free to browse my books and video products using the tabs at the top of this page. If you want free poker training videos and exclusive new product information from me, I strongly suggest you sign up for my email list on the side of this page.

If you have any questions or comments at all, or if you find flaws with the site, PLEASE use the contact form. Your comments will help make this site the best it can be.

Thank you for checking out the site. I truly hope you enjoy what I bring to you. Be sure to follow me on twitter @JonathanLittle and check back often for updates.

4 Comments

  • Red says:

    Great stuff Jonathan! I have always loved your approach to poker, but even more so your approach to the business side of things and your ability to manage time and so many tasks. Although I do play poker weekly at a local casino and hit up most traveling circuits that visit here, like many amateurs out there I cannot play enough poker (I do not live in an online friendly state) to make a significant and reliable means of income. I am a stay at home dad who runs a website on the side and I tackle a few other projects to keep some money flowing in. In the meantime I am studying poker everyday and grinding on the weekends to build up a bankroll large enough to enter some bigger buy-in/field tourneys . If you are looking for blog ideas, I would love to hear how you manage so many projects from an organizational and time perspective. Thanks again for all the great info you provide and best of luck with the new site.

  • Red, Thanks for the idea. I will make a point to write a blog about how I get stuff done in the future. Good luck in your games!

  • Jay says:

    Hi Jonathan,
    Started playing poker about a year ago. I’m 24 years old. I’m after falling in love with the game. After a couple of months of playing I got one of your books and it helped me with my game a lot and since I have just watched 100s of your videos and I am currently reading your excelling book which is very good also. I’m travelling to New York in November from Sydney I’m current living here in originally from Ireland would love to meet up with you when I get to New York for a coaching session would be a dream come true if possible could you let me know prices talk soon

  • Hi Jonathan, it’s good to find your blog. Actually I’m learning poker. Very beginner and looking forward to keep checking your latest updated blog posts to learn about poker gaming.

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