YouTube Poker Vloggers: 2017 BOOM
Originally Posted by Tellafriend. Some like Pokerkraut and The Trooper 97 opt for shooting their videos almost entirely while walking through the streets of Vegas, rambling to camera more about odd table stories and amusing anecdotes than about poker strategy or hand analysis. He can be very frustrating to watch. Seems like a good dude. Bear in mind your average Vlogbrothers video or My Drunk Kitchen is under five minutes, most poker videos out there at the moment are between 15 and
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Plenty of these vloggers also lean heavily on volume over quality , posting daily and worrying perhaps too much about the poker and not enough about the creative side of vlogging. The shooting, editing and the sense of storytelling. Those others include people like Andrew Neeme , with his video essay blend of hand analysis, anecdote and thoughtful monologuing, not to mention the odd bit of drone photography.
Some like Pokerkraut and The Trooper 97 opt for shooting their videos almost entirely while walking through the streets of Vegas, rambling to camera more about odd table stories and amusing anecdotes than about poker strategy or hand analysis.
On occasion we even get hear about where they got trashed or what they ate. Not all this online attention is necessarily good. Contrary to popular opinion, there is such a thing as bad publicity. Statistics obsessed degenerates are not always the best socialized bunch. Vlogging requires you to like, or at least want to spend time with the vlogger, so a little charisma can go a long way, and you do not always develop that charisma sat at your computer or hunched over a card table.
So you might be justified in worrying that not every channel on Youtube is the best poker ambassador you could hope for. For the moment, though vlogging looks to be a mostly positive thing, with plenty of room to grow as a medium. The content out there is largely this pro or that picking up a camera and telling a story.
But some of these channels pick up serious viewing numbers. So far, no one seems to be adapting to YouTube very much. Bear in mind your average Vlogbrothers video or My Drunk Kitchen is under five minutes, most poker videos out there at the moment are between 15 and Maybe even something that would work for non-players as well as it does for the grinders. There is a lot of room for growth and innovation. Even just film versions of poker podcasts are doing well on YouTube. Andrew Neeme seems to be the guy getting it most right at the moment.
Simple graphics, split screen videos, and good detailed analysis mixed with the more lifestyle vlogs. One of the louder, less coherent, but often amusing story spinners, TheTrooper97 is a good place to get your light — if shouty — poker lifestyle entertainment. If on the other hand you just want simple poker on screen with an informative commentary you could always give Felix Schneider a go.
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Not Signed Up yet? Damn Jonathan…you rock bro…. Nice video, congrats for the final table! Just one thing, did never cross your mind to raise with the AA on the flop or turn? Your idea was calling all the way or get out of the way in a obvious danger board? Did you not expect the shove on the river? Was not that shove the get way door right there? I like the way you face poker in a positive way and try to learn and evolve your game, thanks for that.
If I am going to raise AA on any street, it is preflop. When you raise the flop and turn on somewhat dry boards, it turns your hand face-up as either a premium made hand or an optimistic bluff. If your opponent knows this, he can make somewhat snug fold with hands like AK and KQ, which would be a disaster.
Check out this interview I recently gave to PokerNews India in. Someone recently told me about their "bad beat". When would you have folded? Jonathan Little - live via Restream. Do you get maximum value in this spot?