New episodes from Season 13 of Poker After Dark air every Monday at 8 p.m. ET, and you at home have a chance to play on Poker After Dark this season courtesy of two-time WPT champion Jonathan Little and PokerCoaching. Little made his Poker After Dark debut in Season 12 when
Vicent Bosca opened to 90,000 from early position and action folded to Jonathan Little in the big blind, and he called. The flop fell [4c3c2s], and Little checked. Bosca fired for approximately 100,000, and Little moved all-in for 620,000. Bosca called. Little: [Ac6c] Bosca: [KcQc] The board ran out [3h] on
The cards were already tabled, and Sergio Aido was all in for his last 245,000, and Jonathan Little had called. Aido: [ThTs] Little: [AsQh] The board ran out [KdJd5d2dJh], and Aido's tens held to double.
Jonathan Little limped the small blind before Sergi Reixach raised to 4,500 in the big blind. Little called, and then both players checked the [4c7dAd] flop. The turn fell the [9c] and Little bet out 8,000. Reixach called, and the river fell the [3h]. Little bet 20,000 and Reixach used a time
Sean Perry opened to 10,000 from late position, and Jonathan Little called from the big blind. The board fell [KcQdJd], and Little checked. Perry fired for 16,000, and Little called. The turn [Ad] hit the felt, and Little checked. Perry fired for 22,000, and Little called. The river [Ks] completed the board, and