Partypoker ambassador Patrick Leonard, one of the world’s best online poker tournament players more than $2.7 million in winnings to his name, launched partypoker’s Twitch channel last night, where he streamed a mix session on four tables, playing at a variety of different stakes.
Education seemed at the core of the stream with Leonard. The event was billed as allowing players 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.” The stream provided the opportunity for players to obtain this valuable information without the cost attached to online poker training sites that offer similar streams.
You can watch yesterdays live stream with Leonard below.
Twitch Weekly Schedule
Partypoker has released their weekly Twitch schedule which currently looks something like this:
- Thumping Thursdays with Adam Neal – IT5PAYDAY live from 7pm with action including the Thursday Bounty, the Uppercut and the Contender.
- Sunday Sessions (October 16) Live with Beata “Wildhungarian” Jambrik. Watch Beata play SNG HERO.
- Tuesday Twitch (October 18) Watch IT5PAYDAY in action!
- Thursday Session (October 20) Meet partypoker ambassador Natalia Breviglieri “N4talB” Live at 7pm (20:00CET) for a mixed powerfest session.
In addition to the new Twitch channel, over the weekend partypoker announced the signing of professional poker pro Jackie Glazier as a new sponsored player. Glazier has over $1,300,000 in live earnings and will be wearing the partypoker patch at her first live event this weekend, held at the Crown Casino in Melbourne.
“I am proud to join the partypoker team of ambassadors and am extremely excited about the opportunities I see for us in Australia and surrounding territories,” stated Glazier in a recent press release. “I have been closely monitoring the progress partypoker has been making over recent months and look forward to helping them to grow in the Australian market that I know so well.”
Notably, the Melbourne native parted ways with 888poker just four months ago.