For those who don’t know me, I am Jonathan Little. In addition to being a best-selling poker author, I have accumulated over $6,200,000 in live tournament winnings over the last 10 years as a professional poker player. When I first started playing poker as an 18-year-old kid, I was horrible.
I only wanted to put my hard-earned money in the pot when I knew I had the best hand. I eventually learned this strategy is a sure way to go broke. If you are an amateur player, you almost certainly have glaring holes in your poker strategy, just as I did when I first started.
This course is designed to give the average poker player a step up in mastering the fundamentals of Texas Hold'em in an easy-to-follow course.
Start down the road to becoming a more polished player with these 5 steps.
Analysing Amateur Poker Players
Learn about specific situations amateur players mess up on a regular basis. Fixing these hole in your game will immediately make you more profitable at the poker table.
Profit by Becoming More Aggressive
Most players in small and medium stakes games play much too passively, hoping to make a strong hand before committing significant chips to the pot. Learn to increase your level of aggression and you will immediately become a more profitable poker player.
Deciding How Much to Bet in NLH
Many players decide how much to bet by simply betting what they think feels right. In order to do anything well, you must know why you are doing it. This article explains how to figure out how much to be in most common situations, allowing you to win more money from your opponents.
Putting Your Opponent on a Range
The vast majority of amateur players put their opponents on a specific hand then play based on their assumption. Instead, you should put your opponent on a range of hands then narrow that range as the hand progresses. This article explains how.
Frequently poker players become unhappy and adjust their play when they are doing poorly at the poker table. If you learn to eliminate tilt from your game, you will play your best for a longer period of time compared to your opponents, allowing you to win more money from poker.
About the author
Jonathan Little is a professional poker player with over $6,200,000 in live tournament earnings. He writes a weekly educational blog and hosts a podcast at JonathanLittlePoker.com. You can follow him on Twitter @JonathanLittle