My name is Lee and I've been playing poker for 35 years. I wrote a book called Winning Low Limit Hold’em back in the ‘90s. After many wonderful years at PokerStars, I’m happy to report that I am no longer working for the Man. No surprise, my love affair with poker is raging. I’m playing, writing, and coaching, every chance I get. I am excited to see what comes next in this adventure.
Please have a look around and drop me a note. I will always write back.
By the way, if you want to read my occasional thoughts about non-poker topics, hop over to Rose's Guitar. I'll talk about anything but poker there.
I'm not sure there's anybody that loves poker as much as Lee Jones does.
-- Jason Somerville
After 30 years in the business, Lee Jones understands poker as few other people do. The game is better for him being part of it.
-- Matt Savage
Winning Low Limit Hold'em is no longer the worst book about limit hold'em.
-- Mason Malmuth
Q: Are you the PokerStars Lee Jones?
A: I was, but now I'm just Lee Jones.
Q: Have you written a best-selling poker book?
A: Yes. It's called Winning Low-Limit Hold'em.
Q: Have you written hundreds of articles for various poker publications?
A: So glad you asked; the answer is yes.
Q: Do you coach poker?
A: Well, I used to. My life has gotten awfully busy – weird how it got busier after I retired – so I don't coach poker any more. However, I know some damn fine poker coaches, so if you'd like a reference, drop me a note.
Q: Do you play poker?
A: Does a bear poop in the woods? I play poker every chance I get, at casinos and home games. I play no-limit hold'em, pot-limit Omaha, stud eight-or better, etc. People ask me what my favorite poker game is - it's whatever they're dealing.