Watching poker videos are a great way to learn, be inspired and enjoy poker.
Therefore, I have watched endless hours of poker videos and here are my top picks.
Obviously, it is hard to rank 69 videos among themselves, so take the ranking number with a bit of salt.
You can also view all the videos in my YouTube playlist: Best Poker Videos.
If you are one of those who prefers reading about poker instead, then my Top 34 Poker Books article might be a better choice.
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Welcome to Culiacan! (If you’re familiar with Robert Rodriguez’s films then you’ll have heard of the place) In a very interesting take, the Mexican band combines the Northern style music known as narcocorrido – songs that relate to the drug trafficking situation – with lyrics that depict everyday modern life. With this piece the bandtakes a more humorous view and fit it into moulds that usually describe more serious and gloomy situations. In Noche de Poker (Poker Night) the song describes a night of gambling being arranged, as well as who showed up. The outcome? You’ll have to listen to it.
In this very short video (probably made for Instagram) someone shows off their skills with a poker chip. Don’t be put off by the shortness of the clip; it’s plenty of time to be awed by the player’s trick – and to wonder what else he’s got in his sleeve. If you do learn how to do it properly, just be careful not to perform the trick during a game, as it counts as a bet/call, and you most certainly don’t want to do it in the wrong time!
Watch Beth Shak get a tattoo in NY Ink’s studio. Professional Poker player Beth Shak participated in the reality show that follows the daily routine of a tattoo shop in New York; she got her ink from the boss himself, Ami James. And of course poker was involved – though not in the design of the tattoo: Beth challenges Ami for a game of Heads-up and the stakes are the costs of the procedure. And while the outcome of the bet isn’t a surprise for anyone, the design chosen by Beth certainly is very unexpected.
Check my Crib!
Ever wondered what a professional poker player’s house looks like? Well, imagine no more, as Daniel Negreanu opens up his house and shows us the perks of being a winner. Negreanu has six World Series of Poker bracelets, two World Poker Tour Titles, and one SCOOP title – all which you get to see in this video. You could say he’s poker celebrity, and you wouldn’t be wrong – apart from several cameos in television shows a Katy Perry video, and a X-Men film, Negreanu has a photography with Barack Obama. Sweet!
It’s Just a Prank, Bro
What do you do when you lose your job? Become a YouTube comedian, of course! And where better to troll people than at a poker tournament? That’s exactly what French prankster Rémi Gaillard did: he entered a tournament just so he could wind-up a few people – with hilarious results. In this snippet Rémi Gaillard frames one of the players as he pretends to deal a burnt card and not care one bit about it. See how the players react – and learn a new trick to intimidate your opponents.
Young At Heart
Hot young people like to play poker, right? It’s even better if it’s strip poker… I mean, if you feel like your naked body is something everyone should see. According to this multivitamin ad, their product will make you feel so well inside you’ll forget about your outside – so much that a game of poker on your birthday suit will seem like a wonderful idea, even if your suit is a bit flabby and wrinkly… Well, to each their own: poker is always fun! The naked part we’ll leave to your own private counsel
Mr Chatty Face: McCormick versus Lewis
That may be a new one in the book of bluffs for you. Martin McCormick is known for being a little too chatty over the table, and when pitted against Toby Lewis he didn’t disappoint. Too bad it was Lewis’ first time against McCormick: it’s obvious that the kid was thrown into complete confusion when it was his time to call. Now, don’t be too harsh on Lewis – I’m pretty sure you’ll be just as confused as you watch this game progress.
Ivey versus Dwan
you know things got real when the narrators/commentators start whispering. And that’s exactly what happened in this game, as the stakes got higher and higher until it became the biggest pot in TV poker ever. Just so you know, this pot is so big (over US$1 million) that when the cards are revealed jaws are dropped around the table. I mean, can you imagine losing all that money? Apart from that, you can watch two different game strategies unroll to very different results.
A Game of Cards with Friends….Or is it?
Watch this short comedy clip of what appears to be a poker game among friends. What do you see in the video? Pay attention to the characters sitting around the table. I think we are watching a comedic attempt at getting us to look at ourselves and others. Is he trying to convey that we, people, are really all the same underneath? Is he testing you to see if you take all things in life at face value? I bet you will believe you are watching a poker game, but that is because our minds are trained with certain expectations based on society, our family, our friends and our knowledge base.
Watch A Zynga Poker Game Designer Lose At Their Game?
When you think poker you probably imagine a man sitting around a dark smoke filled table drinking with his buddies. Here we will meet, Ms. Erin Reynolds, a Senior Game Designer for Zynga Poker, play a match online sharing her screen so we can follow her process and approach to the game of poker. Erin is dealt two Jacks, dealer flips the first three cards for the house and A, K, Q and the next flip gets another Q and the last card for the table is a Jack. Erin is feeling really confident. Erin is all-in with her Full House, Jacks High, a pretty good hand, but had she studied her remaining opponent a little more she may have noticed their conservative approach which got more aggressive when that last Queen was flipped. Would you have been so aggressive or backed down?
Inside The Strategic Mind Of Poker Players
Jason Sommerville, at only 29 years old, has already won a World Series of Poker bracelet, is an advanced instructor and contributor to the Poker TV team and founded the extremely popular RunItUp video stream service that lets you watch and learn as he plays. Here we get a peek into Jason’s thought process and strategy of the professional poker player. Watch how Jason starts slow and reads the other players waiting for some to drop off the table and quickly determines who he must get off the table – bencb789. Another opponent B3RT has been slow and under the radar so when he starts jumping in, Jason’s strategy becomes to let B3RT fight it out with bencb789 son bencb789 gets eliminated. Once the table is cleared of everyone but B3RT, Jason uses his skills to defeat B3RT and win the Tournament Round.
Bond is Always the Coolest Player at the Poker Table
You have to love James Bond, always the cool, calm gentleman. Daniel Craig, an English born actor who began in the Shakespearean theatre, has played the role of James Bond four times now; and it seems to be a natural fit. Daniel had the perfect personality for this role; having a reserved demeanor and natural avoidance for the limelight; he is a natural ‘007’. In this clip from ‘Casino Royale’ we watch Bond, played by Daniel Craig, stay cool and collected in a high stakes poker game. Bond never flinches as the dealer flips each card and the bets go around the table. He matches every hand but never raises, not giving away his possible hand. As the stakes rise and players around the table are all in, we see the remaining players’ hands. A full house of 8’s high is knocked out by a full house of A’s high. That hand is hard to beat but not for Bond, Royal Straight of spades with 8’s high. Unbelievable.
Why Women Are Always The Rock…
If you never thought women could do anything a man could do, and maybe even better? You have to watch this clip of Tony G. in a poker match with Vanessa Rousso. Tony is being extremely irritating it appears as he speaks almost the entire hand, doing his best to throw Vanessa off her game. He begins by betting blindly, without even looking at his cards, as if to say he is better just because he is Tony G. Vanessa never flinches, the only woman at the table and all players are out except Tony. Watch how male chauvinism gets shut down by girl power.
Quads vs. Quads…What are the Odds
At the World Open 6 games we see: Toby Lewis, a professional British poker player with one European Title win, has a pair of Queens; and Andy Robl, an American high stakes poker player with one win in the Aussie Millions $100,000 Challenge, has a pair of 9’s. The House flop on first 3 cards is Q, 9, Q giving Lewis 4 of a kind and Robl a Full House. House flops fourth card which is a 5 and no help to either of them; so they are both still sitting with their Quad Q’s and a Full House. Then the 5th card is flipped and it is a….9. Wow now they are Quad 9’s to Quad Q’s, both confident with four of a kind. An awesome hand and the odds of them both having Quads – Crazy!!!
What is Your Best Poker Face?
Cool to know for avid poker fans who can’t get enough poker time inside of a casino. In this Ad for DragonPlay, Play for Free Poker on Android, we watch our cute, little green android try to decide what type of look he wants to show at his poker game. What kind of look do you like to portray when you play poker? On the Android platform we learn in the clip we can choose from hundreds of different android avatars or upload own photo. We can connect with friends or play with people from all over the world, for free, 24 hours a day, on any android Smartphone or tablet
Bad Time to be Daydreaming
Oliver Pellegrino and Chris Moneymaker are at the last round of bets with Community cards on table showing, pair of 8’s, 4, 10 and 7, best we can see is the pair as players’ cards are not revealed. We watch Moneymaker pacing as if he is waiting for Pellegrino to decide his next move; Pellegrino declares that he went All-In five minutes earlier. Very Strange as the dealer seemed stunned that Pellegrino was All-In and it was Moneymaker holding up the play. Did Moneymaker and the Dealer doze off or is Pellegrino lying; can you be ejected from poker for lying?
Math Can Be Fun…Who Knew?
Michael Stevens, founder of VSauce, had become one of YouTube’s fastest growing Channels. VSauce focuses on scientific and philosophical ideas and questions as well as technology gaming and general interests. VSauce won the 2014 Webby for People's Voice award for best news and information, and in 2014 and 2015, won the Streamy Award for Best Science and Education Channel, Show, or Series. In this episode, ‘Math Magic’ we watch Michael impress and stun his participants as well as us the audience. Whether you liked math as a kid in school or hated it you will be amazed the magic Michael is able to perform using numbers and math theories.
Phil Helmuth Gets Taken By Beginners Luck
We join a table of professional players, Tony G., Phil Hellmuth, Doyle Brunson, Phil Laak, Daniel Negreanu and Ernest Wiggins. Wait who is Ernest Wiggins sitting at this world class table? The TV show The Big Game gives out seats to amateur players, who are referred to as the Loose Cannon. Wiggins got himself a seat to play and we watch in this clip as everybody folds to Phil Hellmuth, except Wiggins. The House flop is 9 Hearts, 10 Spades, and 9 Spades. Phil has an Ace Hearts and 9 Diamond and Wiggins had a pair of Kings, Club & Spades. Phil (now holding 3-of-a-kind 9’s) and Wiggins (with 2-pair K’s and 9s) go All-In. Pot gets to $199,600 with them agreeing to run the river four times, in this play each time you win on the river you get a part of the pot Helmuth wins 1st river with Full House 9’s and Aces’ Wiggins wins 2ndriver with a Full House K’s and 9’s Wiggins wins 3rd river with a flush of spades Wiggins wins 4th river with a full house K’ and 9’s again AMAZING, Wiggins gets 75% of the pot.
Poker, Friends and….Bad Choices
Chester See, an American YouTube personality and entrepreneur whosevideoshave topped over 180 million views. Brings us this short film of poker, friends, and bad decisions. We watch the player in the yellow t-shirt have a childish monologue with his friend where he dialogues by saying “Your….” and then just repeats back the last word of the other persons’ statement or question. A new guy is joining their group for poker and everyone is warned that he is self-conscious about his weight. We see that it doesn’t go well for the first impressions as the newcomer is offered an assortment of beverages and one of them is Phat (pronounced fat, from a Vietnamese beverage company).
AMAZING Jackpot Win…Even for the Onlookers
The Casino at The Empire in London, created a Bad Beat Jackpot in February of 2010 as an extra bonus to players. Bad Beat Jackpot requires a win by 4-of-a-kind as well as requiring that players have used both of the cards in their hand at showdown. In this clip we will watch the first time the BadBeat Jackpot was won in December of 2010, ten months after its creation. Regulars of the casino Rupert Graham, in a black hat with yellow scarf, and HalitAvoyli, in the orange shirt, are the key players in this clip with Rupert starting with a pair of 6’s in the hole and Halit a pair of K’s. The excitement builds as the house flips 3- K – 6.Watch to see how the jackpot win unfolds.
The Legend of Isildur1
How would you like to listen of a tale of the rise and fall of an Internet poker legend? In this attempted Burton-esque rhyming the story of player Isildur1 is told: how he rose to Internet poker fame with unbelievable winnings and his consequent extraordinary defeat. This was released as a special feature in the Raise Bet Fold: The Story of Online Poker, a feature length film about the boom of Internet poker and its regulations (which is available online, if you’re interested).
Bad Bluff: Farha versus Vahedi
how good are you at bluffing? When even the commentators remark on your tell-tale signs it’s got to be bad, right? Someone should have told Vahedi that his acting skills weren’t that good before he raised the bet in an attempt to make the other players fold. Farha, however, doesn’t budge – but also doesn’t make his cards obvious. Watch and see how much a bad bluff can cost you.
Huge Multi-Way Pot: Tedeschi Versus Mcallister Versus Rabah
A royal flush in an EPT feature table – how long has it been since you last saw you? In this fierce dispute between Tedeschi, McAllister and Rabah the pot grows to ridiculous amounts as the flop, turn, and river are revealed and all players keep betting on. Watch as the tension grows when Tedeschi bets all in, and McAllister and Rabah start a side pot – until finally Rabah has to make the final decision: will he fold or bet all in?
That’s How it’s Done: Brenes Versus Nguyen
if you think your bluffing game is strong, think again. In an old but gold footage we see Scotty Nguyen perform what he calls his greatest move ever made over Humberto Brenes – who was a more than 2-1 favorite. Nguyen, knowing his cards are bad, decides to bluff his way out of this game. Apart from raising the bet to astronomical heights, he also applies a little psychological pressure with winning results (no pun intended). Watch and learn, kids.
A Big Hand: Hellmuth versus Matusow
Phil Hellmuth. You know him for his antics, his big mouth, and explosive personality. Well, turns out he’s also a very good bluffer. Anyone of us with the same hand that Hellmuth had would fold, no doubt about it (don’t pretend you wouldn’t, we all know the truth). But not the man himself. When the game is down to him and Matusow Hellmuth pulls a hell of a bluff – and makes it clear, once and for all, why we all stop and watch when he’s at the table.
Poker, Not Solitaire: Brunson Versus Antonius
New school confronts old school as Patrik Antonius plays against Doyle Brunson. Antonius calls all in very early in the game, heavily relying on his ace. Unlike his predictions, Doyle calls his bluff; too bad the flop, turn, and river didn’t help his cause. Antonius lets on his strategies, as he simply cannot believe his eyes: “how could you make that call?” he asks Doyle. To which Doyle merely replies, “how could you make that bet?” That’s old school Vegas for you.
Who’s the Boss?
What happens when you let a comedian loose on a poker tournament? Better yet, what would you expect to happen? Well, whatever that is, Rémi Gaillard has probably done it. Watch and see Gaillard tell all the players who’s the boss, tell them all to bugger off (in less polite terms) and get a warning from the floor manager. And yes, he takes his games seriously and even is a decent player. But who says we cannot have a laugh about it all?
JJ – How to Play Them
Marty Smith starts the video with the premises that JJ are hard to play, but not impossible – as long as the player is extra patient, observant, and knows his odds. Marty plays several hands with the pocket pair – and lose them consistently. And it’s hilarious to watch him. Yes, do not be mistaken: this is not a serious tutorial. At all. The best bits are the video inserts that kind of “comment” on the hand. Be warned, though, that he swears a lot, so do not watch it if your sensibilities are easily offended.
Poker Player Parody
Daniel Negreanu, a Canadian born professional poker, player with 6 World Series of Poker bracelets and 2 World Poker Tour championship wins, just couldn’t resist poking a little fun at his rival Phil Hellmuth during this clip from Episode 4 of the Big Game. Phil Hellmuth, an American member of the World Series of Poker Hall of Fame for his record of fourteen WSOP bracelets, still gets made at himself when he makes a bad call during a poker game. Here we watch Hellmuth with a pair of Queens, 9 in his pocket, check to Negreanu on the last flop and throw a little fit. Negreanu just couldn’t resist the comedy.
Mikkelson’s Royal Luck
Chris Lovelace, an amateur American card player paid the $10,000 for a seat at the 2007 WSOP and faced off against Dag Martin Mikkelson in hopes of winning the $8.25 Million grand prize. Dag Martin Mikkelson is a Norwegian professional card player and back in 2007 at the World Series of Poker won an amazing hand. Mikkelson with only a A, K Diamond in the pocket against Lovelace with two pair after the house shows 4 cards. Lovelace goes All-In, but Mikkleson gets a lucky break, beating the odds on a 1 in 124,000 chance, on the last card, to pull out a Royal Flush Ace high.
When You Can’t See What is Right in Front of You
In a scene from the Compeonado Nacional PokerStars TV show based in LaSexta, Spain we watch Vicente and Cicero Alfredo have the oddest game play. Vicente misunderstood and thought the whole table had folded so he flipped his hand revealing A-J; but Alfredo was still in. The game continued with Alfredo staying in till the end even though Vicente’s cards were exposed and he really didn’t have any edge. Subtitled in English, for the non-Spanish speaking audience, the commentator is just amazed that Alfredo would not only continue to bet, but go All-In knowing exactly what was in his opponent’s hand (well, in this case on the table).
Big Mouth Gets Burned By a Queen
Carter Gill and David Paredes, met on Day 4 at the 2013 World Series of Poker. In this scene we see how skill and psychological banter around the table is not enough to sway your competitor to drop a hand. Gill and Paredes are both sitting with a pair of Aces, Gill also has a pair of 10’s and Paredes has only Q high. Gill goes All-In for last card and taunts Paredes that if a Queen comes out he will win and not to be scared to stay in; all the while assuming the odds are not likely going to give Paredes a Queen but by going all in he will get knocked out of the competition.
A Good Bluff But a Better Call
We join this scene at the Super High Roller final table with the river showing pair of Ace’s. Erik Seidel, one of the top ten tournament players, holding J-4 is faced a with a $525k call from DzmitryUrbanovich, a rising poker player from Poland. Urbanovich has taken a risky call bluffing to Seidel who may think he is sitting with a Full House or better. Seidel takes his time and makes a good choice, he matches the call. It’s a tough loss for Urbanovich but he takes it with stride and smiles the whole time he is counting out his chips.
Tough Final Hand at BSOP
At the Brazilian Series of Poker, BSOP Millions 2015 Main Event Final Table, we watch as Gomes and Santana bet on the river with their pocket cards blind to them. River is after four cards showing, 4-3-K-A, and now the dealer exposes their cards. Gomes has a pair of Kings and Santana has a pair of Aces. Santana with one card left to flip has the stronger 3-of-a-kind with Ace’s, it looks like the match is done but the last card is flipped and…Gomez takes the win at the final table of the BSOP Millions 2015 games with four-of-a-kind Kings.
Professional Poise and. Panic
Kevin Martin, from Calgary, Canada, a Big Brother Season 3 houseguest, sponsored pro for the poker site PokerStars.com and player on the Team PokerStars Pro Online, takes through his online gaming. In this video, Kevin invites us to watch his online gameplay with multiple tables going as he explains his strategy and comments on the other players hands and moves. As Kevin teaches his audience some tricks to the fast paced online gaming world we also get to enjoy his real, down to earth reactions on bad calls and surprise wins. The daily highlight videos he releases are educational and entertaining.
Call or Bluff?
At the World Championship in Vegas we watch a great bluff play between Robert Varkonyi, an American Poker Player who began his poker playing as a student at MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) and Scotty Nguyen, a Vietnamese American professional poker player who has five bracelets and was winner of the 1998 World Series of Poker Main Event. In the opening scene we join the players with Nguyen having the better hand and two card showing on the river. Varkonyi has no hand, not even a pair, but he raises and calls, and bluffs his way to winning. Nguyen with a pair when the river is full folds on Varknoyi’s bluff’s assuming he must have the better hand.
Betting Between Friends
Phil Laak and Antonio Esfandiari, good friends, play each other in an NBC Poker After Dark game. Laak has A-7 in his hand and raises $32,100 to Esfandiari’s $800 Bet. Esfandiari is holding a Q-10 Diamonds, same suit high cards, no cards on the river, not a bad bet, but the amusement is from the decision to call the raise or not. Esfandiari speaks out loud his process to determining if he will call Laak’s $32,100 raise by actually deducing Laak’s cards in hand, A-7. As the cards get flipped Esfandiari is feeling confident that another Diamond, giving him a flush or a 10, giving him a straight will be the final card.
Stu Ungar counting the cards
We all have heard of Stu Ungar and his incredible play – as well as his unfortunate fate. Here we can watch a snippet of “Round Table with Mike Sexton” where Mike shares one of his many storiesinvolving Stu Ungar. This particular one is about the time he watched Stu count cards right in front of him. Now, the trick Stu used (which is described by Mike) is not difficult, but it does require a good brain for it to work. Just another proof of the genius mind of Stu Ungar.
He may have 14 WSOP bracelets, but he still behaves like a little kid at an amusement park. Phil Hellmuth is a poker follower favourite, and not exactly for his poker skills – his tantrums and fits are legendary. In this video we can watch Hellmuth playing against Klein and Duhamel in two different hands, and even the commentators are waiting for that moment when Hellmuth loses it. Having Hellmuth at a table is a guarantee of good entertainment, whether it’s from the game play or from his outbursts.
Prop Bet Bracelet
A prop bet can spice things up sometimes. Or, at least, make things more interesting. In this case, it was hilarious. ESPN “The Nuts” pitched Negreanu, Lindgren, Gaze, and Arieh against each other for the Prop Bet bracelet. Now, what could be more fun than to take these great players out of their comfort zone? Nothing. Watch as they compete in games of Wii Tennis, Chip Shots, Field Goal, and Dodgeball. As usual, there could only be one champion of the Prop Bet bracelet. Watch it, and see who the best among these players is.
He’s Canadian, eh.
Daniel Negreanu is, generally speaking, a good guy: mostly in good moods and a fun person to have around. And even though he’s pretty good at reading his opponents, sometimes things don’t work out his way. Still, he always manages to keep his cool (unlike ones and others). In this clip we see him pitted against Masek and St. Vincent – as well as watching Darryll Fish’s fortune-teller skills, as he predicts what cards will turn up.
Streamers Vs. Vegas
What happens when you put Vegas poker celebrity with Twitch poker streamers together in the same table? Entertainment, of course! Truth be told, the streamers do start off quietly – maybe the Vegas pros are more used to having real people around? But as the game progresses and shots are exchanged the night gets more and more interesting. In this episode the table is composed by Dan O'Brian, Phil Laak, Randy Lew, Jason Somerville, Antonio Esfandiari, Jamie Staples, Scott Ball, and Bertrand Grosspellier.
Doug Polk on tournament players
Joe Ingram is a Youtuber who does podcasts about poker where he interviews/co-hosts high stake celebrity players, as well as live streaming Pokerstar games. This is a snippet of the episode featuring professional player Doug Polk, who does not mince words when voicing his opinion on tournament players. The gauntlet has been thrown, and the comment section is divided between those who agree and those who disagree; which camp will you join?
Incredibly Unbelievable Fold on the World Poker Tour
You're not going to believe this fold made by Ian Steinman against Joe McKeehen at the final table of the Season XVI WPT Rolling Thunder Main Event.
Matt Damon impersonates John Malkovich in Rounders
“I'm a terrible actor.” Matt Damon tells the story of what happened when he filmed with John Malkovich in Rounders.
The Simpsons Lisa plays Online Poker
The Simpsons Lisa plays Online Poker. We can all hear you please log off LOL. Wow they really did a good job showing exactly how it feels when you lose all your money
EPIC STORIES: How The Smartest Poker Player Of All Time Got Outworked
Doug continues for another round of high stakes stories. There really haven't been very many opponents to have gotten the best of him, but Doug recount his experiences some of the tougher end-bosses in the heads up streets. These include Alex Millar (Kanu), Isaac Haxton, and perhaps the smartest poker player ever: Ben Sulsky (Sauce123).
The Truth about Doug Polk, Joey Ingram and my Relationship with Upswing Pokers
Talking about my journey in the last 2 years, my involvement and breaking away from Upswing Poker, and my relationship with Doug Polk, Ryan Fee, Matt Colletta and Joey Ingram. One correction: my attorney's reply to Upswing Poker included the question as to how their number (about $1,200) was calculated and on what basis they demanded my YT videos to be taken down and the case is ongoing.
How This Streamer Won $900,000 But STILL LOST MONEY!
Doug Polk talks about the ruthless streets of heads up No Limit Hold'em, where Swedes with bottomless pockets try to strike fear into your heart at the highest stakes. Wilhasha is an infamous gatekeeper in the high stakes world, and Doug recounts a story in which he took a shot at him.
Tom Dwan explains short-deck poker (6-Plus Hold’em) | Paul Phua Poker
Watch Tom Dwan explain short-deck poker, aka 6-Plus Hold’em, the game played by some of the biggest cash game players in the world.
What's Wrong with No Limit Texas Hold ‘Em According to Tom “Durrrr” Dwan
One of the most famous poker players in the world, Tom “Durrrr” Dwan, explains what's wrong with playing Texas Hold ‘Em live . He much prefers Triton Hold ‘Em (aka short deck poker). Dwan primarily plays high stakes cash games in Macau. He explains why he wants to keep recreational players in the game and what else is wrong with tournament poker.
Del Boy's Poker face – Only Fools and Horses – BBC
Del and Boycie are playing a game of poker and its down to the last hand. Boycie's got four kings compared to Del's two pairs. But what are his two pairs?
Bugs Bunny and Sam
I used to ALWAYS watch “The Bugs Bunny Show” (In about 1960) and MY favourite was Foghorn Leghorn. Oh they WERE the days…………..I certainly MISS them
Matt Kirk's horrendous run at the 2018 Poker Big Game – Part 1
Watch the horrendous run of Matt Kirk at the 2018 Big Game, during April 2018. Hands taken from Day 2 Session and include the biggest pots that Matt Kirk lost on that day. Hands from Day 3 coming really soon! The game played was Pot Limit Omaha, and the players that participated, along with Matt Kirk, were Leon Tsoukernik, Sam Trickett, The Wolf and Rob Yong.
High Stakes Phenomenon Tom “Durrrr” Dwan is Back in Action in Montenegro
High Stakes Poker Player Tom “Durrrr” Dwan has been away from the mainstream poker scene a little while. But PokerNews found him at the Triton Super High Roller Series in Montenegro, where he chats about where he's been, what the games in China have been like, how he got into short deck ante only games, whether he has cryptocurrency, his favourite worldwide destinations and more.
You WON'T BELIEVE What Phil Ivey Just Did (2018 WSOP Main Event)
Phil Ivey is BACK! The elusive 10-time World Series of Poker bracelet winner has made a deep run in the 2018 Main Event. This time he's making some serious moves on the secondary featured table. This hand got a lot of people talking, but not many got a chance to see it.
Doug Polk Finally SNAPS And Loses His Mind
Talk about a rough day at the office.
Tournament Poker CHEATING Exposed On Winning Poker Network!!
I take a look at a loophole in the registration system on the Winning Poker Network that is currently being exploited by at least 30 accounts for MASSIVE win rates. Some of these accounts have already been banned for this activity but many are not. This is one of the strangest things I've seen in online poker!! This loophole has remained open, even after some of these accounts have been banned for MONTHS!!! FIX THE LOOPHOLE WINNING POKER NETWORK!!!!
The Poker Table w/ Bill Burr, Al Madrigal, Jay Larson, Bobby Lee & Eddie Pepitone
A poker table is a sacred place. We couldn't think of anything better than ruining that sanctity by having some of the best comedians playing a game they may (or may not) be good at. We were able to have Bill Burr, Al Madrigal, Jay Larson, Bobby Lee & Eddie Pepitone stop by the studio for this round. See who wins, loses and cheats!
Tourney Fish Tries Deep Stacked Vegas Cash Games
Back in Vegas! Let's get back to our strong suit: We're gonna hop into the $2/$5NL deep stacked cash games at my favorite property in town, the Wynn. After putting in a proper poker session, I want to show you a really cool poker-themed brewery in town. Add in some gratuitous drone shots and we have ourselves a poker vlog.
Matt Kirk's horrendous run at the 2018 Poker Big Game – Part 2
Watch the horrendous run of Matt Kirk at the 2018 Big Game, during April 2018. Hands taken from Day 3 Session and include the biggest pots that Matt Kirk lost on that day.
Why Everyone Is Freaking Out About This Phil Hellmuth Incident (2018 WSOP)
It's the 2018 World Series of Poker Main Event, and one of the biggest hands yet wasn't a sick laydown, brutal cooler, or massive pot. It's just Phil Hellmuth doing Poker Brat things. This time, however, it's more than simply melting down and making a spectacle of himself. Now there are innocent bystanders getting caught in the crossfire, and being costed equity, affecting their wallets. Let's talk about why this behavior is not okay, and how we should judge these sort of actions.
“WHY DO I CHOOSE THIS FOR A LIVING?” PRETTY GOOD, EPISODE 8.
i am dumb and easily frightened. if you're like me, high-stakes poker is terrifying. welcome to the eighth episode of Pretty Good, a show about stories that are pretty good.
Thug Life Poker ~ Jack Ury
He waited 96 years for that hand.
What Daniel Negreanu REALLY Thinks of Phil Hellmuth
Daniel Negreanu and Phil Hellmuth go way back. These two pros are two of the best poker players in the world of poker, and they have the bracelets and bank accounts to prove it.
Phil Hellmuth ON TILT with rags after losing 2 hands
Hellmuth vs Huck Seed playing heads up. Great outbursts from Phil as always!
AMAZING POKER HANDS that will leave you SPEECHLESS! – BEST OF POKER
Poker is sometimes a cruel game and here is a compilation of some of the most amazing hands ever in poker that will leave you stunned and speechless.
POKER CONTROVERSY after cards are called before the hand is over
Vanessa Rousso and Clonie Gowen get into a cold war after Clonie Gowen mistakingly calls her hand before the hand was over.
He SHOWS the BLUFF! – A poker video compilation
He SHOWS the BLUFF! – A poker video compilation For someone watching poker on TV and can see the players' hole cards, a poker bluff is always exciting and fun to watch! Obviously, a poker player can't be sure whether he's being bluffed or not when the villain bets or raises – but, occasionally, the villain will show his opponent his bluff, as a part of his strategy or simply to rub salt on his opponent's wounds! Watch, in this video compilation, some exciting poker bluffs that were carried out successfully, with the players carrying out the bluffs showing the hole cards to their opponents! Featuring players such as Gus Hansen, Luke Schwartz, Tony G etc. Hands taken from the Irish Poker Championship, the WSOP Main Event, and the PartyPoker Premier League!