I love my students and want to help them as much as I can. To say I put out a lot of content for them is the understatement of the year. Each week I spend numerous hours making podcasts (both in audio and video form). In this blog post, I will explain the differences between the three podcasts. If you do not already, please subscribe and share them with your friends! If you have any comments or ideas for making the podcasts better, please let me know in the comment section below. I am always trying to improve!
Weekly Poker Hand was my first podcast started over four years ago. I go through one interesting hand each week and explain my thought process on each betting round. Sometimes I review my hands and other times I review small stakes hands. Starting in episode 200, I started using live footage instead of a replayer. So far, you seem to like that better, so I will keep it up.
You can watch Weekly Poker Hand on JonathanLittlePoker.com.
You can watch Weekly Poker Hand on YouTube.
You can listen to Weekly Poker Hand on iTunes (and all the other podcast apps).
Little Poker Advice is my semi-regular 1-minute long show where I give you a little poker advice, often featuring guests (including my son James). It came about because I wanted to produce more content for Instagram (@jcardshark), which caps videos at 60 seconds. It is challenging to give clear, concise information in 60 seconds or less, but you seem to enjoy it (or maybe you just love James).
You can watch Little Poker Advice on JonathanLittlePoker.com.
You can watch Little Poker Advice on YouTube.
You can listen to Little Poker Advice on iTunes (and all the other podcast apps).
A Little Coffee is my weekday morning show that I host live at 9am ET. I sit down, have a little coffee (or tea) and discuss whatever is on my mind. Typically, I discuss a topic for about 15 minutes then answer viewer questions for 30 minutes or so. I am currently streaming the live video to lots of social media platforms so you can consume it however you see fit.
You can watch the recordings of A Little Coffee on YouTube.
You can listen to the recordings of A Little Coffee on iTunes (and all the other podcast apps).
Thank you for taking the time to enjoy my work. I appreciate it! If you like it, please share it with your friends. If you don’t like it, well, don’t listen/watch! Be sure to check back next week for another educational blog post. Good luck in your games!