Have you ever wanted to get inside the mind of one of the world’s best poker players, listen to their thought processes, figure out how they put opponents on hands, watch them run huge bluffs and make profitable value bets?

You can do this via online poker training sites or private coaching, but those options can cost you upwards of a few hundred (or even thousand) dollars for the privilege. Before you go reaching for your credit card and spending your hard-earned cash on poker tuition, grab your mouse and click this link to the partypoker Twitch channel instead.

On Tuesday 11 October, 2016, partypoker officially launches its Twitch channel. For those of you who are not aware of what Twitch is, think of it as a live version of YouTube where users stream content onto their channel in real time.

Although many of Twitch’s most popular channel revolve around video gaming, channels dedicated to online poker are growing in popularity, and our channel is sure to be a big hit thanks to the awesome stable of ambassadors and sponsored professional we have on our team. One such partypoker pro is Beata Jambrik, known for live streaming partyoker games under the WildHungarian pseudonym.

One such player is our ambassador Patrick Leonard who is officially launching our Twitch channel today from 8:00 p.m. CET where he’ll be playing a variety of stakes, having fun, and giving away freebies; who doesn’t like free stuff?

Patrick is one of the world’s elite online poker tournament players, one with more than $2.7 million in winnings and one who has been ranked number one in the world by the PocketFives website. Patrick plays at partypoker under the alias “tiote22” where he has amassed more than $200,000 in winnings.

Join Patrick for his streaming endeavours and see how one of the world’s best poker minds thinks about the game, all for free!

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