Jonathan Little

Jonathan Little
Name Jonathan Little
Nationality American
Age 39
Streams on

Jonathan Little is a professional poker player known for his success in both live and online tournaments. He was born on December 22, 1984, in Pensacola, Florida, United States. Little has been an active player in the poker industry for over a decade and has achieved notable accomplishments throughout his career, including an accumulation of more than $7 million in live tournament winnings

Aside from his successful tournament career, Jonathan Little is also an author and poker coach. He has written several poker strategy books, including “Secrets of Professional Tournament Poker” and “Excelling at No-Limit Hold’em.” These books provide valuable insights and advice for aspiring poker players looking to improve their skills.


On his channel, Jonathan Little – Poker Coaching, Jonathan provides in-depth analysis of poker hands from various tournaments he has played, breaking down the decision-making process and discussing the strategic nuances involved. He offers insights into different aspects of the game, such as pre-flop play, post-flop analysis, bet sizing, and tournament dynamics.

In addition to hand analyses, Jonathan also shares educational videos on various poker topics. He covers topics such as bankroll management, mental game strategies, table image, and tournament strategies. His videos cater to both beginner and intermediate-level players, offering practical advice and tips for improving their poker skills.

Jonathan also streams content of the same nature on his Twitch channel, JonathanLittle.

Tournament Poker Results

Jonathan has cashed in 159 tournaments since 2006. In his first 7 months of tournament poker, Little cashed in 9 different tournaments, with four of them being WSOP events, for a combined total of just under $50k, a very impressive start to a tournament poker career.

Jonathan’s cash list on HendonMob is endless with close to 50 WSOP cashes and 28 WPT cashes, along with countless other tournaments, and in total, 14 wins. His biggest live cash happened in 2008 when he won a WPT 2008 World Poker Finals $10,000 No Limit Hold’Em event and cashed $1,120,310.