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In this weekly feature, we take a look at the most trending videos from the poker world. From the craziest to the funniest – from the interesting to the bizarre – you’ll find it all here every week!
Our Chota Machhi, aka Arpit Jain, is climbing up the popularity charts! On popular demand, he streamed twice this past week.
Our boy has his eyes set on the biggest guaranteed tournament in the country, PokerBaazi’s EndBoss. He played the 25 seats GTD Mega Satty to Endboss last Sunday. Well, since he couldn`t make the cut, he is making a second attempt today.
On Friday, he played Khelo365’s bi-weekly ₹5 Lakhs GTD Refuel and found some success with a min-cash in 15th place.
For this week’s Champions Speak, we brought the long-time circuit regular Myron Pereira. He has been a familiar face at poker tournaments in Goa for almost a decade but still insists he is a recreational player. He plays the game on the side while occupied full-time in his family’s transportation business.
Pereira added another flagship title to his name last Sunday when he ran past a stacked 148-entry field in the PokerStars India-hosted Sunday Highroller to win ₹3.25 Lakhs.
Popular streamer Shobhit Bhargava streamed twice this week.
On Tuesday, he played PokerBaazi’s ₹12 Lakhs GTD The Endeavour.
On Thursday, Bhargava was streaming the ₹10/₹25 cash games on PokerBaazi and went on to ship the ₹1.50 Lakhs GTD Holdem BOOST later for a personal-best (on PokerBaazi) ₹60,707.
On Wednesday, Bhushan Sohani streamed the ₹10 Lakhs GTD The Pride.
Twitch streamer Aryan Chauhan streamed his Friday cash game action on Poker Stars India.
Nikhil Segel kept to his schedule of firing two streams for Natural8.
On Monday, he streamed his own leaderboard-centric $175 GTD The Nikhil Segel Stream Game NLHE PKO.
He returned on Wednesday for the $175 GTD The Nikhil Segel Stream NLHE PKO.
The India Poker Players Association (IPPA) streamers kept busy.
Ashutosh Kumar streamed his run in PokerSaint’s ₹10 Lakhs GTD Monster Madness on Sunday.
Aniruddha Joshi streamed Spartan Poker’s ₹5 Lakhs GTD ReCharge on Monday.
On Tuesday, Harsh Dev Jhirmiria played Day 1 of PokerDangal’s ₹10 Lakhs GTD Sunday Million.
Jhirmiria returned for a second stream on Friday, and this time he played PokerSaint’s ₹6 Lakhs GTD Sling Shot.
On Wednesday, Umesh Singh streamed his gameplay in PokerBaazi`s ₹2 Lakhs GTD Holdem Boost.
Monster Poker Club’s Utsav Taneja explained HUDs in his study session this week. He also touched upon why HUDs are essential and how to set them up.
PokerGuru’s Saumya Paithankar delivered another week of daily updates. Our top picks from the week are the Sunday (October 3) and Thursday (October 7) recaps.
PokerBaazi is celebrating its 7th anniversary this month, and EndBoss is the hottest tournament that’s part of the site`s promotions. This week they released two short video promos for the EndBoss featuring the first-ever EndBoss champion Abhishek Maheshwari. Check them out below.
India Poker Championship’s FTS 3.0 was a streaming extravaganza. IPC uploaded some fun behind-the-scenes clips & bloopers this week.
The 2021 World Series of Poker is well underway at the Rio All-Suites Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. The much-anticipated series is making a comeback after 26 months, and PokerGO has been streaming the final table of select marquee events.
This week, they streamed the Event #6: $25K NLHE final table action. 33-year-old Tyler Cornell walked away with the bracelet and a career-best $833,289. You can watch the complete final table replay below or on subscription on PokerGO.
PokerStars streamed the Day 2 and final table of its weekly marquee, the $1 Million GTD Sunday Million, with James Hartigan, Joe Stapleton, and Griffin Benger calling the action.
Brazil’s “BetoHas” outlasted the 11,991-entry field to win the title for $90,133.
partypoker streamed the final day`s play at Grand Prix Online KO Main Event with James Dempsey and Henry Kilbane voicing the action.
Brazil’s Breno Heleno championed the event and won $48,864.
The Poker After Dark episode 21 of Season 12 featured Marle Cordeiro, Frank Stepuchin, Alex Ding, Ilyas Abayev, Alan Richardson, and Ronnie Bardah playing $50/$100+ $100 Ante cash game with a $10,000 minimum buy-in.
In 2019, 54 participants joined the action at the biggest poker tournament in history, the Triton Million – A Helping Hand for Charity. The buy-in to enter was a massive £1,050,000, with the winner receiving an unheard of £19,000,000 payout.
Previously available only on sports channels worldwide, viewers can now enjoy all ten episodes (all episodes to be released in due course) from the prestigious event on the Triton Poker YouTube channel with poker legend Daniel Negreanu and TV personality Ali Nejad commentating on the action.
Each participant had to pay an extra £50,000 along with their buy-ins, accumulating an incredible £2.7million raised for charities worldwide.
You can watch episodes 5 and 6 below.
GGPoker Ambassador Daniel Negreanu has been vlogging daily during the 52nd Annual WSOP.
On Sunday, Negreanu played $25,000 High Roller.
On Monday, the six-time bracelet winner played Day 2 of the $25K High Roller, two Online Bracelet events, and a Dealer’s Choice event.
The next day, he vlogged about his run in Day 2 of the $1500 Dealer’s Choice event and $10K Omaha 8 or Better Championship.
On October 6, he posted a vlog on his Day 2 run in the $10K Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better Championship.
On Thursday, Negreanu started the day late. After spending some time with his wife, he watched her new favorite show before jumping into the $3k Freezeout No-Limit Hold’em event.
On Friday, he plays Day 1 of the $10K Limit Hold’em Championship.
Watch the highlights of the Doug Polk podcast featuring GGPoker Ambassador Daniel Negreanu. They discussed topics like betting against Phil Hellmuth, their 25,000-hand heads-up challenge, and how Polk helped end Negreanu’s years-long title drought.
Making his Run It Once Training debut, Dan ‘Jungleman’ Cates was presented with a pre-recorded poker session of a fellow pro poker player seeking to remain anonymous. The anonymous pro typically battles with four cards but agreed to play with just two for Cates. Cates shares his thoughts on the play, both good and bad, before the big reveal in the end.
Raise Your Edge (RYE) coach, and PokerStars Ambassador Bencb played NL200 Zoom cash games. RYE coach Cold Smile analyzed his gameplay.
Watch the stream highlights of Jeff Gross playing the WPT Championship Main Event phased-sattys on partypoker.
Check out the latest stream highlights put up by Jaime Staples.
Cash game vlogger Brad Owen heads to the Bellagio to play $5/$10 & $10/$20 NLHE cash games. Check out what went down in the video below.
In the latest episode of Lex O Poker Vlog, Lex heads to Las Vegas to take a shot in the biggest game of his career – the $10/$20/$40 NLHE cash game in the Bellagio.
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