There are a number of YouTube Poker Vloggers I follow, and you might find some of them interesting as well. Below are their YouTube Poker Channels, Instagram accounts, Websites, and whatever else interesting they have going on. This is a continually growing list as I find people on YouTube that have great videos. I’ve ranked these somewhat in order because I figure the Poker Players at the top are the ones you’re going to enjoy too.
Top YouTube Poker Personalities
YouTube | Twitter | Instagram | Website
Though Andrew Lok only has 23 poker videos, I like his style the best. Super likable guy who seems to play well. I like his ultra-clear hand histories and he doesn’t go overboard with gimmicks or nonsense video extras. I wish he made more poker videos!
Marles is a really funny ex-model who plays poker at a high level and also lives in Las Vegas, Nevada. Her videos are unlike anything you’ve ever seen in the poker space. I loved them from Day 1. I hope she continues, but she’s not consistent at all.
Kristy, in the past, worked with one of the online poker companies and did many interviews with some of the top poker players in the world. She eventually became a player herself. She and her newlywed husband took the risk and moved to Las Vegas, Nevada a few years back. Her videos deal more with the life of a poker professional, not so much covering hand histories. It’s interesting sometimes. Check out some of her past videos – she has years of them.
Brad has an insane following. I’m not sure why. I mean, I like it, but not sure what the secret sauce is here. I missed it. His hand histories are very easy to understand, so that’s a huge positive. Maybe that’s it?
I don’t watch Andrew much, but he’s a popular Poker Vlogger.
Ryan Depaulo (Poker Degen/Degenerate)
I’ve watched probably 90% of Poker Degen’s videos. They’re funny as hell sometimes, and that’s what I need when I’m watching videos, not a sermon. Ryan has the ability to do well, he cashed in a tournament he vlogged, and recently some company sent him to Costa Rica for a $5,000 entry tournament – all expenses paid. Super fun, and getting better all the time. I’d actually like to see more hand histories, but not complaining.
Jeff has an Instagram page, but it’s 98% dog photos and nothing to do with poker. Sorry, I’ve seen far too many damn pet photos! Cool dog though.