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Defending the Big Blind Widely Versus a Small Blind Raise

"Disrespectful!" Jonathan Little defended (his big blind) and offended (his opponent)!

Jonathan Little Flops Trips, But the Board Runs Out Poorly

Flopping trips is always great, except when the flop and turn don't cooperate.

Getting Out of Line With an Underpair in a Three-Bet Pot

Jonathan Little reviews a hand in which he makes a play he says he virtually never makes.

When to Quit a Poker Game with Daniel Negreanu

The Team PokerStars Pro with advice for how to avoid feeling "stuck" in a cash game.

Leading With a Flush Draw in a Multiway Pot

With five players in the hand, Jonathan Little chooses to lead the flop with a flush draw.

Getting All In With Ace-High on Flop Versus a Maniac

Jonathan Little analyzes an interesting decision made early in a tournament.

Postflop Aggression: Facing the Dreaded Turn Check-Raise

Jonathan Little turns a flush, but an opponent's check-raise gives reason for concern.

How to Play Middle Pair Versus a Straighforward Opponent

Jonathan Little analyzes a tournament hand in which he flops middle pair versus a straightforward opponent and has to decide how best to extract value.

Jonathan Little Rivers a Straight and Faces a Bet -- Raise or Call?

Poker coach and author Jonathan Little analyzes an interesting river decision from early in a World Poker Tour event.

Jonathan Little Flops Set But Faces Shove on Straight Board

Jonathan Little reviews a tourney hand in which he flops a set, but an opponent bets all three streets including shoving the river with a straight possible.

Your Opponent Is a Maniac: How Far Do You Go With Pocket Jacks?

Normally you want to avoid huge all-in confrontations with pocket jacks, but if your opponent is a maniac you may have to rethink, says Jonathan Little.

How Wide of a Range Do You Call All In Against a Tight Opponent?

Jonathan Little reviews a hand from a European Poker Tour Main Event involving deep stacks, premium starting hands, and a lot of preflop reraising.

Saving a Few Behind: Jonathan Little Makes a Not-Quite All-In River Bet

Poker pro, coach, and author Jonathan Little analyzes a hand from an EPT Main Event in which he decided to make a not-quite all-in bet on the river.

Hand Analysis: You River the Nuts -- Bet Big or Small?

Jonathan Little analyzes a hand from a European Poker Tour event in which he rivers the nuts and has to decide how big or little to bet for value.

You River a Backdoor Straight and Face a Bet -- Raise or Call?

Poker author and professional player Jonathan Little reviews a hand from a World Poker Tour event presenting an interesting "raise or call" river decision.

Jonathan Little Elects to Flip for His Tournament Life at a WSOP Final Table

With six players left at a $5K WSOP final table, Jonathan Little has to decide whether or not to go all in with pocket jacks. How would you have played this hand?

Facing the Surprising Check-Raise Shove on the Turn: Fold or Call?

Jonathan Little analyzes a hand from a European Poker Tour event in which he has top pair but faces a surprising check-raise all-in bet.

Jonathan Little Hero Calling Versus a Tight-Aggressive Player

Why is Jonathan Little calling bets on multiple streets from out of position with a medium-strength hand versus an older, tight-aggressive opponent?

Jonathan Little's Opponent Makes a Blunder by Calling His All-In Too Wide

Jonathan Little analyzes an opponent's decision to call his reraise-shove with a hand that falls outside the range of hand with which he should be calling.

Jonathan Little Combats a Maniacal Opponent's Extreme Aggression

In this video, Jonathan Little analyzes a hand from an EPT event in which he tried to combat a loose-aggressive maniac's extreme aggression.

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