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While Twitch seems to be all the rage among poker fans nowadays, there’s still a ton of great content for those that don’t have the time or inclination to spend hours each day watching an online stream not called Netflix or Hulu.

YouTube hosts dozens of great poker channels with regularly updated content that will keep your competitive juices flowing. Today we share 11 YouTube channels that you should be following.

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Note that nearly all the channels in this list are those that frequently post new content. Sorry Jason Somerville.

Jonathan Little

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If you want to improve your poker game, check out Jonathan Little’s YouTube channel. It is primarily strategy videos along with reviews of his play in the Global Poker League. Not as many “cutesy” videos as other pros but he makes up for that with some excellent strategy content.

Read More: Jonathan Little on GPL, Online Poker, &

World Poker Tour

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The WPT’s official YouTube channel features interviews and highlights from World Poker Tour events from around the world. Less actual on felt action than other channels, but still solid for getting into the heads of pro players.

Poker Night in America

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If you are unable to watch Poker Night in America on TV or don’t have time to access the live stream, you can catch past episodes of PNIA here.

Poker Central

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The official YouTube channel of Poker Central features clips from the networks programming as well as interviews and behind-the-scenes interviews with poker’s biggest stars. You can also fine previews for upcoming premiers on Poker Central.

Read More: How Poker Central is Changing Poker on TV


World Series of Poker

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The official channel of the World Series of Poker primarily features episodes of the WSOP on ESPN but also has some solid compilation videos. Definitely worth subscribing to in order to have easy access to memorable Main Event moments.

Heartland Poker Tour

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The HPT’s YouTube channel features final table broadcasts as well as interviews from HPT events from around the United States. Great for those unable to watch the show on TV.

Joey Ingram

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This is the home of the Poker Life Podcast hosted by Joey Ingram. Ingram is one of the more popular podcasters in poker at the moment and isn’t afraid to take on the controversial topics of the day. In addition, the channel features a high stakes PLO series, a series of PokerStars rail videos and more.

Doug Polk / Upswing Poker

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The home of PolkerNews, Doug Polk’s YouTube channel is quickly earning a huge fanbase with almost daily updates from his exploits in online poker and his weekly news videos.

He is presently in the middle of a $100 to $10,000 Challenge and will post highlights from that challenge in addition to content connected with his site Upswing Poker.

Read More: Can Doug Polk Become the Jason Somerville of Youtube?


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Twitch streamer extraordinaire Jamie Staples posts daily highlight videos of his online exploits. Yes, you could always follow him or Twitch or just save some time and watch the highlights here.


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You can’t have a list of the top poker YouTube pages without including the official page for the World’s Largest Online Poker Site. Videos cover the gambit, ranging from promotional videos to highlights from major live events from around the world. If you are a fan of the site, their pros or the EPT, this is the place to go.



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Of course we’re going to include our own YouTube channel in this list. We have an ego to stroke and his name is Robbie Strazynski. But seriously, we want you to subscribe to our channel as we regularly post fun videos highlighting the world of poker and their top players. Features include Name That Pro, Baller of the Month and more.

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James Guill

James Guill began his poker career in 2006, spending two years traveling the US tournament circuit. Since 2008, he has covered the game extensively for some of the biggest names in the industry. When not writing about the latest poker news, he can be found hunting for antique treasures in Central Virginia.