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Jonathan Little is on a mission to teach the world how to play tournament poker.

His first two books, Secrets of Professional Tournament Poker Volumes 1 and 2, outlined how the modern professional plays the game and changed the face of the poker landscape. Now Jonathan has produced a third volume, allowing players to test their understanding of the nuances of tournament play.

The question and answer format allows the reader to examine each individual hand, consider the relevant factors and formulate their thinking about the best line to take. In this way the reader can compare his or her thought processes with those of a top flight professional who has amassed more than $5 million in career earnings.

Jonathan will teach you how to:

  • Hone in on the relevant factors in any given situation
  • Find the most accurate bet-sizings to maximise your expectation
  • Learn how to profit on the bubble and at the final table

Jonathan Little is undoubtedly one of the world’s best poker players and also a highly respected coach. In 2010 he cashed 5 times in the WSOP, including a 3rd place finish.

As a whole, the Secrets of Professional Tournament Poker series is the go-to authority on tournament poker. If I had to try to turn an amateur into a pro, these are the texts that I would utilize to get the job done

If you’ve read Volumes 1 and 2 of this series than Volume 3 is a must read, and even if you haven’t read Volumes 1 and 2 the final installment is simply a great value considering it’s a book with 150 hand histories from a top tournament player complete with commentary on the good and the bad decisions.

Steve Ruddock,

You can learn a great deal about the game through simply a few questions but, after reading through the entire book, your understanding of the game will vastly improve.
Even if you have read the Harrington series, the Little trio of books will allow you to expand your game to a more current level.

Earl Burton,