Here are a number of great streamers and youtubers that have caught my attention lately.
TeamNeverlucky (Poker) 37k subs
First up on my list is Tonkaaap AKA team neverlucky. He has a great entertaining personality and plays high stakes poker. He streams live on twitch (with a 3 minute delay) and also uploads the best of his streams for some very entertaining youtube videos (if you like poker) visit his site at https://teamneverlucky.com/ where there is a link to his streams on twitch and a merchandise store.
He’s gained 37k subscribers to date and seems likely to hit higher numbers in the near future. Some very big wins can be found here among a load of fails, including one in there somewhere where he wins approx $115,000 for 2nd place. Not too shabby. You can see him regularly playing tournaments with over $1k buy in, typically burning through 2-5k per session in buy ins. Tonka is sponsored by 888 and as such often plays there but also many other sites too.
Poker Staples 44k subs
Jamie “Jimmy” Staples is a Canadian player who creates poker videos and is very entertaining to watch. He put’s some thought into his editing to make it more interesting with a fair bit of comedy thrown in. He shows good confidence and does well on the field showing some good wins. He is sponsored by and plays on Pokerstars. His twitch channel is https://www.twitch.tv/pokerstaples
I just checked his channel and he is currently “hosting” Kevin Martin. This is something that streamers do to help each other out whereby if they finish the stream or go offline, they will broadcast their friends or colleagues channels to help each other out in gaining new fans.
Jimbo 3.7k subs (slots)
He has currently only 3.5k subs having started his stream 9 months ago but I see him doing a lot better so long as he can manage his bankroll. Watching people play slots is not always entertaining when they are losing, many of the videos you find on his channel are cut so you are brought back on the action when it’s happening.
This win shown below (at around 11:30) is epic and his reaction is worth watching too, at 12:00 you see the moment where he realises just how big this win is going to get and he stops getting exited and leans back and goes a bit pale. A great moment that will make you very jealous and perhaps inspire you to play some slots. He runs giveaways on his channel if you sign up to a site through his links. On his most recent video I watched him burn through 1k after having a few drinks which was a little unpleasant to watch but you can’t win em all. Following his epic win on Wild West it’s hard to feel too bad for him. Some sites Jimbo uses: Cashmio, Thrills, Casilando, Caribic.. Casumo & Viks.
Kevin Martin 33k subs (poker)
Another popular poker streamer is Canadian Kevin Martin. Often playing on Pokerstars he publishes a lot of high stakes games with a lot of enthusiasm a lot of love for the game which translates through to his videos.
Casinogrounds 2.5k Subs
This is an onine community of slots and gambing streamers. On their youtube channel they publish videos of different people winning and their reactions. Just win reactions over and over which is generally more entertaining than watching the highs and lows. Worth checking out.
Lex Veldhuis 13k Subs
Lex is dutch pro player. He started out with online poker and then made it onto the live scene, now playing both. He has successfully launched on twitch and youtube and is well worth watching. In the video below you can see him take first place for $22,000. Nice. He plays on pokerstars
Casino Daddy 11.5k Subs
This is a great slots channel that shows a gang of Swedish guys (that talk in English) all shouting and screaming at big wins rather than just a single broadcaster. It has great energy and some really great wins.
Rocknrolla’s Gambling Channel 25k Subs
Sit back and relax with a few jars, (literally as he drinks from a jam jar) and watch live attempts at slots with a little roulette thrown in. This channel started out about a year ago with a few low stake poker videos and slowly but surely the stakes have been rising through the slots. I’m watching him live right now where he’s started out with £3,000. He played it all down to £750 and then took it to roulette and now back into the slots with 3.5k. Pretty impressive turn of events. No fuss, little drama, all in a days work – just chilled out slots and roulette with a few beers. His schedule is Sunday, Monday and Wed from around 9pm. https://www.twitch.tv/rocknrollaaaaaa Some sites he uses are cashmio, thrills, guts, casumo and 21casino.
Grapes Gambling Channel 2k Subs
Grapes channel is growing slowly and he is moving towards higher stakes. He plays mainly slots and roulette and he does giveaways on his channel. He seems to win fairly steadily without too many epic wins showing on his channel. A good Aussie down to earth streamer. Here’s a good demo of the king kong bonus climbing up to the top ladder. One of the sites he uses is joreels.
ROSHTEIN CASINO AND GAMBLING 6k subs
This is a Swedish twitch and youtube streamer, not afraid to get all exited (understandably) at his big wins. You will often notice his cute dog get a bit anxious when he starts jumping around and screaming and will come to lick his face in a attempt to calm him down a bit. Here is the biggest win I’ve seen on slots so far, €61,000 from a €30 spin. Some rumors say it’s fake money, all of them fake I’m not sure but I suppose I was initially fooled by this €60k win. He plays seemingly exclusively on multilotto.com
Having been a subscriber for some time to Roshtein I have to say that he is perhaps my favorite streamer, he does a lot of funny stuff with his green screen and has been on a roll with some great cashouts. His latest one he did a “bonus hunt” and got up from a couple of k to about 35k, cashing out about 30k and then I think losing perhaps 10k, I can’t be sure about the numbers exactly but still seemingly making a cool 20k which no doubt is going to keep him on book of ra for some time to come. There were some cracking funny moments in there when he hit the jackpot games. Check him out.
NickSlots 9.5k Subs
NIckslots is slots player, a twitch streamer and youtuber with a dedicated live schedule of Monday-Friday 12pm-4pm GMT. https://www.twitch.tv/nickslots He has loads of content on his youtube channel too. He’s entertaining to watch and runs giveaways. I watched his latest youtube vid last night and was very entertaining to see him strike some good wins. Sites he often uses are rizk and casumo.
David Labowsky 1.9k Subs
David is another of my recommended players from the Casinogrounds crew. He is a Dutch player, nice and laid back persona with a majestic ginger beard. He can often be found streaming slots on both Twitch and Youtube. I’m watching him today in a good mood having just returned from a shopping trip in Amsterdam where he reportedly kitted out his wardrobe following some good wins lately. He is often playing at Superlenny.and Tradacasino.
Jarttuslot – Twitch casino Streamer 4.2k Subs
It’s fair to say Jarttu is “a bit of a nutter” as we say here in the UK. He is Nordic and speaks English mainly but also I think Swedish?. He is entertaining to watch and play very high stakes, often max stakes like 30-40 a spin. It’s hard to say if he will last long, I watched him burn through thousands just now on 40 a spin which seemed really wreckless and a bit daft. I didn’t feel too sorry for him burning through money like that, he seems to have the bug for the high wins and so, well best of luck to him. You will often find him streaming on twitch – pretty funny that whenever someone follows him it says “(yourname) is my pig now”. He does giveaways on his channels too.
He does the classic bad pronunciation of “Hello Youtube eh” where they over accentuate the e. This is both annoying and becoming more funny as a more commonly used catchphrase when they hit a big win. They know that it will be featured on the big wins videos published by other youtubers so they shout “Hello Youtube!”.
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