Joined: Jan '11
Age: 42 (M)
The new Twitch channel was hosted by Patrick Leonard, a current Hungarian partypoker ambassador and good friend of Jambrik. Currently, Leonard is ranked as the No. 1 online player by PocketFives and shows virtual cashes amounting to more than $2.7 million. Partypoker has stated that its Twitch channel would showcase strategies by some of the world’s top players
judging by his play on the winning amount then of course the channel to watch it is pretty good for learning the correct poker game ... probably worth a look as it does and then some professional or a strategy to use in my game ... interesting news and useful for many
Joined: Aug '10
Age: 45 (M)
This new channel sounds interesting and because we can find some good vids for the poker education. It was nice to see which strategys the professional players have. And in additional about that, they Show interesting News about the poker world.
Joined: Mar '14
Age: 42 (M)
Thank you very much for quoting the article, hazeform. Twitch is everywhere nowadays! I am eager to know how Patrick Leonard, one of the top online poker players, broadcasts his sessions via twitch. It would be a rare chance to get into inside of his head. I hope I could learn something from him.
Edited by Tony_MON7ANA (Saturday, October 15, 2016 @ 16:04 GMT)
Joined: Mar '09
Age: 40 (F)
Not bad being able to wattch some real action, when you have free time. And watching professionals play, is the best lessons you can get. Wont be a good idea watching it while grinding, it might mess up your game
Joined: May '08
Age: 32 (M)
hmmm, at least it's free right? there's nothing wrong with free, even though the old saying goes: free cheese is only in a mousetrap or something like that. sure it's another tool to somehow direct potential players to poker site, or encourage them to try and put into practice "new skills" learned and make a million or two.
Joined: Mar '16
Location: Macedonia, The former Yugoslav Republic of
Age: 42 (M)
this is great, I have several times watched poker masters to play, then I admire how easily play poker then go to a tournament I say to myself apply their game tactics then drop out of the tournament after a few minutes really nice to look at how to play the famous players, it is difficult to apply in practice what you saw