In this article, we deliver you a couple of selected poker videos of the past week.
Biggest River Suckouts by PokerGO
As 2021 is coming to an end, the PokerGO YouTube channel decided to do a little retrospective of the year with compilation videos. In them, you will be able to relive the best poker action of this year. First up, let’s see some fo the most brutal river suckouts. When someone hits a one-outer or a runner-runner on the last street, it usually feels devastating for the losing party, and even the winner can feel a little guilty sometimes. You’ll see plenty of those feelings in this video that features Chris Moneymaker, Stephen Chidwick, Chance Kornuth, and Tony G.
Doug Polk and Koray Aldemir Analyze Winning WSOP Main Event Hand
Lat week, we’ve seen the return of “Polker News” on Doug Polk’s YouTube channel. This week, another classic, “Polker Hands” has made a comeback – with a very special guest. It is defending WSOP Main Event champion Koray Aldemir from Germany. He and Polk analyzed the very last hand of this year’s World Series of Poker Main Event, which gave Aldemir his title along with the $8 million first prize. This was a segment on Polk’s podcast, but it was also posted on his main channel as a stand-alone video. Enjoy!
Re-Watch the WSOP Europe Main Event Final Table Here
The return of live WSOP action was easily one of the biggest happenings in poker this year. Therefore, we’re hitting you with some more WSOP “nostalgia” – if you can be nostalgic about an event that took place a week ago. We’re sharing with you the full 9-hour final table play of the €10,350 WSOP Europe Main Event, with special guest Daniel Negreanu in the studio to provide analysis during breaks. Spoiler: this one went to Czech young gun Josef Guláš Jr, who won €1.277 million along with his first bracelet.
The Most RANDOM Poker Player Ever by PokerStars
With poker getting more and more generic, with fewer and fewer players willing to deviate from GTO, we tend to welcome “maverick” poker thinkers at the table. Perhaps that is the reason why the PokerStars YouTube channel decided to dedicate a whole 18-minute homage video to Iranian poker player Alireza Fatehi, who’s known for his unorthodox lines and a charming table presence. You can watch the full video below.
Brad Owen Back Crushing at the Bellagio
The most successful poker vlogger out there, Brad Owen, is back on his usual “hunting ground”, the $5/10 No Limit Hold’em tables at the Bellagio. As he points out in the beggining of the video, his workdays these days usually start around 2.30 AM, and this time was no different. However, it was worth getting up that early (or going to sleep even later) for him, as he booked a $3,660 win even though he was stuck a full buy-in early in the session. Watch the latest Brad Owen vlog here.