Tournament poker is a tough game to play, but the rewards for success can be huge. Even regular online tournaments offer substantial prizes running to hundreds of thousands of dollars.
If you want to win big at the tables, then you must buy this book.
In Secrets of Professional Tournament Poker, Volume 1 you will learn the fundamentals of play and how to handle varying stack sizes. You will learn:
…plus much more!
If you’re looking to improve your game and pick up a book that can help you do that, then give SOPTP a try.
Little does an exemplary job of analyzing situations and giving sound advice in an easy-to-read writing style that keeps you turning the pages.
Here is the penultimate sentence in Secrets of Professional Tournament Poker: “If you become lazy, you will be left in the dust.” Memorize, grasp, understand, use the information Little offers, you’ll be the one kicking up that dust.
Jonathan Little’s book may well be the best tournament poker book written since Harrington’s.
This book may not be a break through book in the history of poker writing, but it has all the masala to get you going and reach heights. After all this books comes to you by someone who has already been there, seen it and done it all! Go Grab it!
I have been a member of 4 online websites, been to 4 WST Boot Camps, seen 100’s of videos, read EVERY poker book on the market. But Jonathan’s focus on stack size and thinking in terms of BBs vs the amount of chips was the best I have ever read. His book is in my top 5 tournament MUST READ books
Jonathan Little is one of the premier tournament poker players in the world today. I personally have learned so much from him and you can too.
The materials provided are actually good and Jonathan Little is a very successful player and is certainly one of the best teachers. This book is a blend of analytical and common sense. For people who want to be competitive in MTTs as they are currently played, I think that Little’s book is essential.
Who are the books for? First and foremost, Little is providing a blueprint for players to make it playing poker for a living. And there isn’t a better series of books on the market for someone who wants to take the plunge as a tournament pro. However, not everyone who will read SOPTP will be giving up their day jobs to play poker. But nearly every poker player — even if they are just recreational or part-time players — will find something they can use in their games by reading Little’s books.