The Man, The Myth, The Legend
Aaron Jones aka “aejones” wears many hats in the poker world. Between playing high stakes cash games online, competing in the biggest live events in the world, and serving as a coach on one of the world’s top poker training sites, the Team Ivey pro is living the dream.
|10-24-2011||€2,000 - EPT San Remo - No Limit Hold'em||4||€47,160|
|07-07-2011||$10,000 - WSOP Main Event - No Limit Hold'em||103||$54,851|
|02-23-2010||$10,000 - Commerce - Heads Up Championship||3||$47,160|
|01-05-2010||$10,000 - NAPT Main Event - No Limit Hold'em||27||$66,000|
|10-21-2009||$15,000 - WPT Main Event - No Limit Hold'em||7||$129,210|
Aaron Jones's Biography
Hailing from Indiana, Aaron Jones started playing poker in high school. At first, his game of choice was $5 tournaments but as time progressed he discovered that cash games were much more profitable. He then began to put in more time and study into poker and by his senior year of high school he had posted his first $10k month at the tables.
When he first started playing, Aaron admitted to having a bit of a problem with both bankroll management and tilting, but has since been able to conquer both. Now, Aaron regularly plays high stakes cash games online and has an impressive $1.6 Million in career earnings.
Aaron’s focus is not just limited to the online poker world as he has found moderate success in the live arena as well. His first live score happened to also be his first six-figure score of his live poker career. He bubbled the final table of the WPT Main Event of Festa al Lago at the Bellagio in Las Vegas back in 2009 taking home $129,210.
In 2010, he would finish 3rd in the $10k Heads-Up Championship at Legends of Poker in Los Angeles. Since that time he has posted numerous solid live finishes, including nine World Series of Poker cashes. So far he has over $440k in live earnings.
Off the felt, Aaron is best known for his entertaining training videos over at Leggopoker.com. He’ll bring his energy to Ivey League as one of the lead coaches and be an integral part of the creative process behind Ivey League’s content.
Off the felt, Aaron is best known for his entertaining training videos over at Leggopoker.com. He serves as one of the sites head coaches and will almost certainly show up in the Ivey Poker training video series at some point.