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Jonathan Little: Top Poker Pro Becomes Top Poker Instructor

Little Parlays Success On The Felt Into Popular Poker Training Program

by Card Player News Team |  Published: Jul 20, 2016


With more than $6.2 million in live tournament winnings, another $1 million online, two World Poker Tour titles and WPT Player of the Year honors, Jonathan Little has easily established himself as one of the top poker pros on the circuit over the last decade. The Pensacola, Florida native picked up the game in college when he was studying psychology and engineering at the University of West Florida. He soon grew a sizable bankroll online and eventually decided to drop out and pursue poker full time. In January of 2007, he made his first of four WPT final tables when he took fifth in the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure main event for $317,873. Later that year, he won the Mirage Poker Showdown for $1,091,295 and then narrowly missed out on a second title when he finished as the runner-up in the North American Poker Championship for another $714,905. In 2008, Little ...

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