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Capture the Flag -- Jonathan Little

by Kristy Arnett |  Published: Mar 01, 2010


Jonathan Little has risen to poker stardom as a result of his major-tournament success, winning two World Poker Tour titles and finishing third in the Card Player 2007 Player of the Year race. Although he travels the tournament circuit, where he’s earned $4.3 million in his career, he got his start in poker by playing cash games, and he continues to play in them during his time away from tournaments. Kristy Arnett: What game and limits did you start playing, and what do you play on a regular basis these days? Jonathan Little: The very first time I played cash games was when I started playing poker. I played 50¢-$1 limit hold’em. I ended up making it all the way to $30-$60 limit, and switched to sit-and-gos. My first no-limit [hold’em] cash experience was $1-$2 online, because I heard that you could play a lot of games at a time, ...

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