The Insta Poker Pros:Daniel O'Brien
Jonathan Little is a world-class poker professional who has accumulated over $5,000,000 in tournament earnings and was the World Poker Tour Season 6 Player of the Year. In 2007 he took fifth in the Poker Stars Caribbean Classic for $320,000. A month later he finished 35th in the L.A. Poker Classic for $35,000. His next big win came at the Bellagio where he took second place in a $3000 preliminary event, netting $147,000.
The largest score of Jonathan's career took place in March of 2007 when he won the Mirage Poker Showdown and $1,090,000. Jonathan followed this historic victory with a seventh place finish and $93,000 at the Gulf Coast Poker Championship at the Beau Rivage in Biloxi, Mississippi. Jonathan's next big score came at the WPT North American Poker Championship at Fallsview Casino in Niagara Falls, where he finished second for $718,000.
In 2008, Jonathan was one of sixty-four professional and celebrity players invited to compete in the NBC Heads-Up Tournament. He bested Erik Seidel, Gabe Kaplan, and Greg Raymer before finally losing to eventual winner Chris Ferguson. This fifth place finish earned him $75,000. In November of 2008, Jonathan became the youngest person ever to win two WPT titles when he took down the World Poker Finals at Foxwoods. He bested a star-studded table, including Mike Matusow, David Pham, and Jonathan Jaffe, to bring home his second win of over $1,000,000.
Jonathan owns and operates FloatTheTurn.com, his poker training site where he teaches others how to win at various types of no-limit hold'em tournaments. He also wrote the best-selling books, Secrets of Professional Tournament Poker, Volume 1 and 2. He currently splits his time between Las Vegas and New York City.
Optimize your game in fast tournaments where blinds are increasing fairly often. Learn how to modify your strategy as stack sizes fluctuate, as the tournament rapidly progresses, and as opponents quickly come and go. This Hand-Pack™ will teach you how to get to the final table with a large stack, giving you a great shot to win, instead of making it as a short stack, with a good chance of blinding off.
This Hand-Pack includes a collection of 23 final table hands. First hand starts when 9 players are left out of about 200 in a live tournament starting with 3,000 chips. The payouts are deep, with first place getting most of the money. Follow Jonathan who starts as the chip leader, navigating all the way to face one opponent in a heads-up match. Learn the pro's strategies such as how to abuse mid stacked opponents, how to deal with short stacked all-ins and how to pick-up the limps and the blinds with no contest. Discover how the pros continuously accumulate chips while minimizing the risk of elimination.
This Hand-Pack includes 17 hands recently played by Jonathan at a $50 online heads-up tournament. Being consistently in the action, learn how to decieve your opponent in this exciting mind game. See how Jonathan maximizes position's advantage, steals a lot of pots while making sure not to go crazy bluffing away his stack.