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There are all kinds of poker streams on Twitch. If you’re interested in tournaments mostly, this article will help you find the best fit. The channels here stream mostly big guaranteed events and you can enjoy watching people fight for millions in prize pools.

Kevin Martin (

Kevin’s channel has exploded in popularity recently and for a good reason. The guy’s playing mostly poker tournaments on PokerStars and is consistently making deep runs live. One of the biggest advantages of Kevin Martin’s Twitch is that he plays low and mid stakes mostly. His strategy and decision making can help you improve your own game. And Kevin is a nice guy too.

Jamie Staples (

That’s probably the second Twitch superstar after Jason Somerville. Jamie Staples is broadcasting on a daily basis and plays some of the biggest online poker tournaments. His stream is especially exciting on Sunday when he tries his luck in many major events. You can see one of the pros in the poker world and the way he thinks. On top of that, Jamie is responsive and tries to interact with his users as much as possible.

Parker Talbot (

Parker “tonkaaaaP” Talbot is a poker pro from team Never Lucky. The guys has won millions in tournament prizes during his career and is regularly streaming. He plays high stakes and often wins tons of cash live. He tries to play at least 4-5 tournaments at the same time, so there’s at least some action most of the time. Also, Parker’s thoughts are very insightful and a good way to understand the thought process of a true poker pro.

Courtney Gee (

Courtney “courtiebee” Gee is a female poker pro that has a popular Twitch channel. There are live broadcasts 4-5 days a week and most of the time, you can see poker tournaments live. There are also some cool side events, the so-called Bee Fights that are entertaining and can bring you prizes. Courtney is not the only one streaming, as there are other hosts on a regular basis.

Lex Veldhuis (

Lex is another poker pro that streams mostly tournaments. His channel is online from Monday to Friday between 12 PM -6 PM CET and in random hours on Sundays. That’s a lot of poker and you can watch the guy play all kinds of tournaments with high buy-ins. Lex is playing mostly on PokerStars, but he’s also a gamer so don’t be surprised if you see him play Dota 2 sometimes.