What streamers do you recommend?

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what streamer do you recommend?



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Evan Jarvis (Gripsed) is a coach -streamer and has an ask me anything thread here on cardschat. I highly recommend following him.

The key to a streamer is what do you want from the stream-entertainment or learning?
You may also want to watch a streamer who streams the games you play on the sites you play. That way as you watch you can start building your player pool diary so when you see the same players you know the streamer has them identified as tight or loose or Reg without having to play them. Also if the streamer is using a HUD while streaming you could make HUD notes on each player as well.

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Evan Jarvis (Gripsed) is a coach -streamer and has an ask me anything thread here on cardschat. I highly recommend following him.

The key to a streamer is what do you want from the stream-entertainment or learning?
You may also want to watch a streamer who streams the games you play on the sites you play. That way as you watch you can start building your player pool diary so when you see the same players you know the streamer has them identified as tight or loose or Reg without having to play them. Also if the streamer is using a HUD while streaming you could make HUD notes on each player as well.


Thanks for the information











Hope this helps
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Matthew Staples streams daily and I love his game, even his playlists:p:p:D:D, always very entertaining, I learn a lot watching him:jd4::jd4::jd4::jd4:
https://www.twitch.tv/mattstaples ,, the other streamers they mentioned are very good too


I've followed Matthew Staples on Twitch for the better part of 5 years now, since I started watching Twitch (I met his brother, Jamie, at a pokerstars event in Toronto - real good guy, and also someone to watch). Anyhow, Matt's story is very interesting, in that he started out as a micro MTT grinder, and built up his bankroll, AND his game slowly, over time. Now he's playing big MTT's and is doing very well for himself.

Of course, Evan Jarvis (Gripsed) is a must watch. His channel doesn't have the same large viewer audience that many other streamers do, like Lex Veldhuis, Allinpav, Jamie Staples, Jeff Gross, Kevin Martin, or Innerpsy (Mikhail Shalamov) for those who speak Russian here, as there are many of you who do. However, it's an amazing community of loyal viewers and grinders and he interacts with us, and because it's a small, intimate community, I can promise that he will respond to any questions you have, or any discussions that you may want to have.

It's time well worth investing if you are interested in improving your game and want to interact with others as well. He also hosts homegames on ACR (the primary rooms he plays on are ACR and Rounders Casino).
 
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I see they are playing wsop (re/runs?) in twitch is that something I should watch? will it teach me too play better or should i follow 1 streamer and watch them instead?
 
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I see they are playing wsop (re/runs?) in twitch is that something I should watch? will it teach me too play better or should i follow 1 streamer and watch them instead?


I would check out a whole bunch of different streamers, see who you like based on their playing style, or how they interact on stream, or even if they are just interesting to listen to. In time, you will find streamers that you will gravitate to and will watch their streams more often. I have a core few streamers that I follow.

Check it out, there's a lot of people out there.
 
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Each one is different, I would recommend checking several of them out and deciding whisch one has the best content for you. Someone I enjoy might not really be to your liking.
 
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Each one is different, I would recommend checking several of them out and deciding whisch one has the best content for you. Someone I enjoy might not really be to your liking.

The benefits of Twitch is that there are so many people playing that you can find someone who fits your style. There are tons of cash games grinders, tourney players, and sit-n-goers. Dleepoker has taught me a lot about cash games and variance. Leosaintpoker and dmak have taught me a lot about bankroll management.

Everyone knows at least one fact that you don't, so drop by and ask them what their best tip is! Knowledge is power. :rolleyes:
 
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Innerpsy a very good Russian streamer plays only cash games, he also has an English-speaking audience, but in general I recommend watching who plays in the discipline you want to play
 
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LoremCDMX Cool guy, mostly he plays abi 300 ... But now he ran a marathon with $ 10 and on the 3rd day he has a bankroll of $ 53. I will follow him, I like the way he plays :)
 
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Innerpsy a very good Russian streamer plays only cash games, he also has an English-speaking audience, but in general I recommend watching who plays in the discipline you want to play


I agree! Misha is a fairly experienced pro player on the PS. But I like the streams of Kevin Martin and Jeff Gross better. I advise everyone!
 
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depends on what you want out of a stream. Want a poker party - Gripsed, or on Friday nights Lit with Loncar is great. Want to watch a specific site you play on, choose a streamer who is on the same site (helps learning about player pool and you may be on their table!).
 
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Poker:
Gripsed (twitch)

Jeff Gross (twitch)

Damflopk (twitch)

Ianleel (twitch)

Easywithaces (twitch)

GJReggie (twitch)

Pyefacepoker (twitch [I believe he actually has an account here at cardschat and has some quite sweet posts way back when about his goal of building a $100k bankroll and I bet he's close if not there already and some cardschat freerolls helped along the way :)])

RichyRob (twitch)

OPPoker (twitch)

Spraggy (twitch)

Gaming:

CourageJD (YouTube)

BasicallyIdowork (twitch?)

DrLupo (twitch)

Ninja (tbc)

Timthetatman (twitch)

Random nutter who has way too much money and throws tons of it away in very Peter Pan-esque and generous fashion:

MrBeast (YouTube/twitch)

MrBeastgaming (YouTube/twitch)
 
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Bencb is a good streamer of Poker as he is very good understanding of poker.

He used to explain and teach us a good poker.
 
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I follow xflixx, easywithaces and spraggy, all are on twitch...
 
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I like the streamers on my kids girls bicycle. You should see em flying in the wind as she rides on down the sidewalk. Those are the best streamers I think.
 
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