Jonathan Little Joins Beat the Pro Challenge at Advanced Poker Training

Date: 2014-07-22
Author: Jason Glatzer

Get ready.  Advanced Poker Training just got even more exciting than ever before.  The training software that features the Beat the Pro Challenge just added poker superstar Jonathan Little to its already impressive stable of poker pros.
If you haven't heard of Little, he is a tournament and sit and go specialist.  His game is second-to-none, especially in sit and gos.  Little is currently producing several new Beat the Pro Challenges.  His first is, as you might have guessed, a sit and go challenge.
This new challenge will focus solely on the early stages.  Any sit and go player knows the early stages are when you want to build chips and not make too many mistakes.  While eventually a sit and go can become a push/fold scenario, the more chips you have, the better you can take advantage of your opponents later in the game.
This challenge should help improve just about any sit and go player's game.  It is easy enough to memorize charts for when you need to push or fold.  However, as you probably already know, it isn't as easy to figure out how to out-chip your opponents in the later stages.  The more chips you have, the more aggressive you can become and the more often you win.
In addition to this challenge, Little will be releasing many more Beat the Pro Challenges in the coming months.  However, Advanced Poker Training is not just about him and will continue to release a new challenge every few weeks by one of its pros.
If you haven't already seen how your poker skills fare in Advanced Poker Training's Beat the Pro Challenge, you might be surprised to learn about some of the other big names involved in these great learning tool series.  Prior to Little joining the team, the site already has many challenges from players like Scott Clements, Lauren Kling, Tom Braband, and Mike Caro.  That's not a bad group to learn from.
If you haven't already tried out Advanced Poker Training, now is a great time to do so.  You can try the one-month plan risk-free for $19.97 since the site offers a full 30-day money-back guarantee.
However, you may want to purchase the six-month subscription for $79.98.  For a limited time, when you do so, not only will you receive access to Advanced Poker Training, but if you use the special offer code 2FOR1, you will also receive a six-month membership to the training site TestYourPoker.
The TestYourPoker offer is only available until July 25.  So, if you want to improve your poker game quickly, hurry up and check out Advanced Poker Training today.

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