I don't watch them that frequently, but I have watched them in the past. And yes I do think a lot can be learned from them. If you are truly a student of the game, then you probably watch a lot of poker, whether it be replays of online tourneys, video footage of live tournaments, or even watching games when you yourself are not (don't feel like) playing. I sometimes watch cash games. Sometimes I watch tournaments. Sometimes I watch videos on Youtube, and sometimes on pokerstars. While I might get a little burned out from playing poker, I never seem to get burned out on watching it, because I can pause it or stop it and go do something else and pick it up later where I left off.
Absolutely as long as you know who the best players at the table are. Then you get to see them make decisions and then it's up to you to figure out why they are doing what they are doing. That sort of learning is great for improving
i have watched them in the past, knowing i would never get that far, i still like to see the cards as they come out and what players do. there is alot to be learned from them, especially final table strategy
Yes, I watch sometimes and of course they are helpful. You can learn how you should play if you want to make some good score. I mean which cards are better to play and how to play with those cards. Those players had read a lot of articles and watched a lot of videos about poker and to be in the final table on some big tourney it's not only a luck, it's most the knowledge.
Not for me. I think that I have to see replays of games I play. If my games are under $5 or $10, watch a replay of sunday million will not help me, because the techniques are not the same, the opponents are different, the bankroll of the players are not same as mine and more.
It's always a pleasure to watch how play a big players such as Daniel Negreanu. On youtube you can find a bunch of his videos.. It really helps a lot to me, so if you are not satisfied with your results, take a look and try to apply some things in your game.