Since we don’t want you bothering Kevmath too much during the holidays, we’ve compiled a list of the best poker live streams to close out 2017.
Poker Night in America and Seminole Hard Rock team up
Only 18 players remain in the Seminole Hard Rock $3,500 Rock ‘N’ Roll Poker Main Event with Day 4 starting this afternoon. Six of those players will return tomorrow to the final table and play for the $374,240 first place prize. The final table will be streamed on the Poker Night TV Twitch channel at 12:00 pm on Wednesday, November 29.
The final two tables are top-heavy with Tom Marchese, David Peters, Joe McKeehen listed on the marquee. 2014 SHRPO champion Dan Colman is the headliner and looking for his second final table in Florida this year. Colman placed fourth in the WPT Seminole Showdown Championship in April.
The supporting cast is stellar as well with 2015 RRPO winner Jake Bazeley, Shaun Deeb, and Matas Cimbolas coming in as the chip leaders.
Following the final table, Poker Night will stay in Florida to live stream PNIA Cash Games. Matt Glantz and Jennifer Tilly are among the players scheduled to appear.
WPTDeepStacks goes to Thunder Valley
The WPTDeepStacks series is wrapping up its fourth season in Lincoln, CA with a trip to Thunder Valley. The $2,500 WPTDS Championship features a $1 million guarantee and a live-streamed final table.
The final table takes place on Tuesday, December 5 and can be found on the World Poker Tour Twitch channel
Five Diamond Classic comes to PokerGO
The Bellagio WPT Five Diamond Poker Classic has been a staple of the World Poker Tour schedule since its inception in 2002. In fact, it was the first ever tournament aired for the series. For the first time ever, the final table will be available to stream as it plays to a winner.
Thanks to the WPT’s partnership with PokerGO, the six-handed final table will play out live on Sunday, December 10. Last year, James Romero topped a record field of 791 to win $1.9 million. His final table competitors included Jake Schindler and Justin Bonomo.
The star-studded list of former champions includes Dan Smith and Antonio Esfandiari and this year’s finale should be no different.
PokerStars ends the year in Prague
The final European Poker Tour festival took place in Prague last December and in 2017, the first year of the PokerStars Championship wraps up in the same place. PokerStars will have five days of coverage for the PSC Prague Main Event.
Starting on Day 2 of the tournament on Thursday, December 14, live coverage will commence on PokerStars TV leading up to December 18’s final table.
Poker fans got more than they ever would have bargained for during the PSC Barcelona final table in August. A 10-hour battle took place with nearly two hours of heads-up play before Sebastian Sorensson emerged victoriously.
Heartland Poker Tour wraps in St. Louis
The 17th stop on the current season of the Heartland Poker Tour brings the campaign to an end in St. Louis, MO and the Ameristar Casino. The $2,500 event features three starting flights and a live-streamed final table on Tuesday, December 12.
This championship event is also the largest buy-in on the HPT schedule. The best players in the region are likely to be in attendance. Those looking for the live stream can find it on the HPT website.
Where to find your favorite streamers and Cash Games
Twitch is the place to go to find the best poker streams with Doug Polk, Lex Veldhuis, Joe Ingram, Jason Somerville and Jamie Staples among those producing content. It’s best to follow them each individually on Twitter to get their streaming schedule.
You may also want to browse the full page of poker Twitch streamers on the Twitch Poker page.
Poker Night in America isn’t the only high stakes cash game streaming with Live at the Bike running games five days a week for all of December. A full schedule of streams for one of the longest-running live streamed games can be found on the Live at the Bike website.