This is a discussion on Favorite Youtubers? within the online poker forums, in the General Poker section; I follow a couple of poker guys on Youtube and watch everything they put out and much of it over and over.
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ive watched over 20 hours of grispedpoker-he has a multitude of vids on just about everything including some live vids-other than that site im mostly just watching the next poker vid that comes up-i spent at least 2 hours watching vids when crybaby phil took a bad beat some funny stuff there-there was also another funny one called playing jacks very funny
I prefer watching streams with Jaime Staples, Liay5, jcarver, nanonoko
(so team online pokerstars) and it really helps me to improve my game.
I also like streams of a russian player aKTenopHo.(He is a good heads-up player and he always communicate with people from his chat)
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Go on twitch and you can find a whole category devoted to poker players online, Phil hellmuth, Daniel negreanu, lex veldhuis, Vanessa selbst, Jaime staples, elky grospellier, Doug Polk, Ryan fee, nanonoko and other good players that are less famous
there's a Brazilian guy, very good at hand reading. He's name is Gustavo Sampaio, for those who knows English, worth a try.
JCarverPoker on twitch is also a good one!
I'm from Brazil too and I don't knew this guy, thanks for advice, I'll check his channel. I normally watch Felipe Moraes, Amadeu Campos and Caio Pessagno, they are very good in hand reading too, I recommend them as well.
There are so many channel options to watch videos of Poker, I always choose the known professional players channels that are several review videos tournament they played, and shows Games details and it shows us some tips to better our game.
I have to throw in TheTrooper97Vlog once again. He is funny, gives insight into living life as a poker grinder in Vegas, and he also deals poker. I'm planning on sitting his table when I head out there this summer.
Here we have a lof of Youtubers that make videos in English lrnguage i watche they too, but i want to give to you guys a brazilian name thar is Caio Pessagno he has a good material to study and he don't talk just about poker numbers, he talk about his way to become a PokerStars pro player, i learn a lot with him and I hope you try to watch too and learn, GL!
I think it not only depends on the efficacy of the player but quite importantly how much explaining they do which is the most helpful. Nanonoko is pretty good for this reason. Gripsed is my second favourite, but mainly because of the sheer volume of videos he has on YouTube.
Originally Posted by klickitat
I follow a couple of poker guys on Youtube and watch everything they put out and much of it over and over.