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Pokerography + Heads Up and Poker Stories podcasts

by Jonathan Little |  Published: Jul 31, '17

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The WSOP is over, but wow, I have been busy! Life has been a non-stop grind getting caught up on PokerCoaching.com, FloatTheTurn.com, WeeklyPokerHand, but it is fun. I love working hard for you.

In case you missed it, I was the subject of my favorite poker show, Pokerography. It is an absolute honor to have an episode made about my life. It is surreal! If you haven’t already, check it out and let me know what you think. You can get $10 off a year-long membership to PokerGo by using the promo code LITTLE. Even though the WSOP is over, they have tons of great content lined up, so you might as well sign up for a year and save a few bucks.

On top of all of this, I recently appeared on two of my favorite poker podcasts:

Heads up with Remko

In this episode, we discuss being on Pokerography, winning my two World Poker Tour titles, and how I got started playing poker. We also discuss a bit of poker strategy and talk about family. It was a full podcast! Click here to subscribe to Heads Up with Remko on iTunes.

 

Poker Stories by CardPlayer

In this episode, we discuss fueling airplanes in hurricanes, getting fired from McDonald’s because I skipped work to play a Magic: the Gathering tournament, buying real estate when I turned 18, making the final table of the WSOP Tag Team event with my parents, and the benefit of being the ninth wheel. Click here to subscribe to Poker Stories on iTunes.

 

Thanks for taking the time to read this post and listen/watch the shows. I hope you enjoyed them. Be sure to check back next week for another educational blog post. Good luck in your games!

 

 

Jonathan Little is a two-time World Poker Tour champion with more than $6 million in tournament winnings.

 
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