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Join Date: Nov I have the same question. January 23rd, , PM. Join Date: Sep I watch several and find them more entertaining for 30 minutes than most television- especially as they can be watched 'on demand'. If nothing else, watching all their content provided for free at an enormous cost of time and effort helps me to decompress out of my own narrow poker focus and remember we all suffer ups and downs. Louis based vlogger who also has excellent editing skills and puts together a great vlog "The Drawing Dead".

Up your game with free cardschat membership. Matt Staples and Jeff Gross are really good as well. I'm subscribed to some best poker vlogs them but didn't even watched it. Finally Lex Veldhuis commands the biggest audience if you combine his live stream and You Tube channel following.

I watch Jaime Staples a lot. I pause the videos often because I like to practice ranging on the possible hand of the vlogger's opponents.

There's something to be said about staying in your own thought process. In all their forms. For education I prefer taking courses or best baseball bets theory videos so I can get all the good with none of the filler.

But here you can see which actions lead our player to the top. February 3rd,AM. Jamie Staples has been a favorite vlogger of many for several best poker vlogs now, and his year long prop bet to lose weight involving his brother and with Bill Perkins was engrossing.

So you'll get a full view about other's thinkings and hands. December 21st,PM. Just watch the latest post of his S5:E11 - the first five minutes alone has editing and graphic skills that rival a TV production.

Every now and then I see something interesting. January 22nd,PM. Join Date: May Yes, poker vlogs are occasionally perused. December 25th,AM. Join Date: Dec And if you do who do you watch? There's something to be said about staying in your own thought process Only dnegs and only during the wsop but it's a real cool insight, highly recommend.

Maybe I'm to old school for this but rather I will stick to old "way" of learning poker, even its almost impossible learning something from just viewing, if its been like that we were all be "pro's" and famous.

I watch for 2 reasons: 1 to be entertained for about 15 minutes once in a while, like a couple of times a week 2 watch vloggers who do detailed hand histories. December 24th,PM. He has now been joined vlog wise by that same brother Matthew Staples.

Use to watch a lot on Twitch and YouTube, not so much anymore. Thanks for your vlogs. Join Date: Jan I do watch some vlogs Andrew neeme and Brad Owen are worth watching and lots of content they are cash game players though so don't really play many tourneys in their vlogs.

December 26th,PM. Whilst in these vlogs there will be hand breakdowns and the suchlike, it's much more informative to watch pro's play or stream as opposed to their vlogs.

And does it help you with your game? December 27th,AM. I did find however that when I focused more on playing and less on watching other people play that I got much better results in my game and that things were 'clicking more'. I never watched any best poker vlogs.

It is always interesting to see how professionals play. I like to watch some of the players. Is it worth it? January 31st,PM. All these players have various styles which they employ at differing venues so there is a lot to be gained.

Do you watch Poker Vlogs on YouTube? I rather recommend twitch where there's no pause at the recording, so you can see the bad beats and the "nothing happening moments" as well.

Poker Vlogs no, poker tournaments replay of ft yes. Any kind of vlogs I find it losing time as why should I watch someone talking no sense for me and building views, channel, or I don't know what else more like famous "youtubers" doing today.

A good start is to look for Bankroll Challenge, where players seek to try to reach a specific bank in specific levels, I think these are very good materials to start.

For entertainment though, the vlogs are great content. Not just from the play itself but the travel and poker lifestyle they also depict.

I like to watch on twitchlive games and online. Forgot Password? Both worth it, very nice way to learn an active way. Brad Owen, Andrew Neeme and Johnny Vibes all make some really great content and they're packed with lots of insights. CardsChat has very interesting videos. Join Date: Aug I always watch videos, some have helped me a bit in poker.

I watch more Twitch than YouTube. Remember Me? Join Date: Oct I prefer to watch videos where people won jackpots in sit n go tournaments and how they are freaking out lol. But to be honest, analyzing my mistakes better helps me improve my game.

I believe it was in season Yes, worth it so much. Negreanu youtube vlogs? His vlog has given me a broader understanding of Las Vegas as a city. Only poker-related thing atlantic hard harvest city fresh buffet rock i've watched in youtube was some poker player who has earned more money than all of us here https://balcokna.ru/best/best-place-to-visit-in-st-martin.html third or second in Best poker vlogs Masterchef.

Jaman Burton is a St. W hen we talk about poker Vlogs, a lot depends on its content. Evan Jarvis. Join Date: Feb I've watched a few vlogs in the past and can say they're quite enjoyable.

Youtube is for entertaining you, the best hands will be showned up, maybe some huge looses. Click the following article Posted by Evan Jarvis.

I then like to think if I would have played their hands differently.

Join Date: Mar I see poker vlogs as fairly useless. Funny as all hell, Lex plays a really aggressive game and wears his heart of his sleeve regarding variance. Little to no shortcuts available, unless you're naturally gifted. They are helpful I have found but they play live where as I play very rarely live so some of the spots encountered don't come up very often in online play where players tend to be more aggressive I have found. Join Date: Jun I only watch the big tournaments where the players involved are known. Harder find content that holds my interest. And yes it helps if the person you are watching is a good player and gives sound advice on certain hands. Finally we have three sponsored pro's who Twitch Stream then produce edited content for their You Tube channels. Yes according to your own quote, you are out there somewhere in left field, but who in games like, poker, chess,. Some have excellent material, others are just a lot of padding, ideally, when we want to learn, is to look for quality content with level players, in this way you will use your time intelligently. I loved so much back in the days "poker after dark" and I watched every episode from them. There are many other great players out there, but those are my home channels. Andrew Neeme stands heads and shoulders above all for me - charismatic and informative, he has serious cinematography and editing skills and gives great hand breakdowns. Sometimes I watch these videos on YouTube. I like the information, the timer function on quizzes is a little long, for me, Your repeating question technic , is quite cleaver, annoying but cleaver.