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What better learning learning tool can you have than that? You can usually catch new episodes on Mondays during the Fall. This program largely seeks to make poker stylish with concert lighting and techno for pivotal tournament situations.
I like the fact that these are open tournaments that anyone can enter, but at the same time I like to see my favorite pros consistently battle off satellite-winners.
Mike Sexton and Vince van Patten make a good team and their analysis of hands is usually right on. While the show is somewhat bloated in its two-hour time slot, it does allow you to see a good number of hands.
Fast-forwarding through the commercials , you can watch it in about minutes. Out of 10, I give the World Poker Tour an 8.
You can usually catch episodes on Wednesdays and Saturdays. I believe they started out with 24 players in the second season and the tournament is in a playoff format rather than a shootout for all the money.
There are single table elimination matches at the start of each season with each episode. Each table is a group of 6 players, which compete against each other 2 or 3 times.
Players are rewarded with points for finishing in the top places. After a few rounds of elimination matches, the players with the most points survive.
The field gets down to 16, and each point accumulated during the elimination matches gives the player more starting chips in the next round.
The final two rounds are heads-up matches. Not only is it cool to be able to watch a tournament made up strictly of poker legends, but the playoff structure makes the event really interesting.
Watching the convoluted strategy that players often have to employ to advance to the next round is interesting. For example, at the player level, the top 2 point-earners advance from each 4-player table.
They play two matches against the same players, so if a player finished in last in the first round, he would have to knock out the other players in an exact order to be able to advance.
Since every match is shorthanded it serves up a lot of action. The announcers are also knowledgeable and fairly humorous without being obnoxious.
Out of 10, I give Poker Superstars a 9. Each show lasts 2 hours and winners or individual events go on to compete in championships later in the season.
This is easily my least-favorite poker show on television. The gameplay from 9 out of 10 of the celebrities is clueless, and it can be painful to watch for anyone who knows anything about poker.
I give some of them credit in that they seem to have actually studied the game before embarrassing themselves on TV, but most players are just terrible.
Phil Gordon is a highly respected poker professional and it must be painful for him to watch some of this play.
Dave Foley was so great on Kids in the Hall and Newsradio , but what is he doing here? Out of 10, I give Celebrity Poker Showdown a 2.
Instead of filming actual tournaments on the circuit the network hosts these invitational events, which usually includes 6 pros. This particular incarnation pitted 3 poker veterans against 3 young stars.
Poker Pros. Each tournament has an individual prize pool, or prizes for winners of a series of events. Of course, the format is No-Limit Holdem.
You can catch reruns during late-night hours throughout the week. I also like the commentary by Robert Williamson , but he can be a bit brutal on the players at times.
The hosts could get a little more excited about bad beats and big wins. Instead, they seem to be more like play-by-play announcers without much emotion.
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Sunday Billion. Lon McEachern and Norman Chad. Celebrity Poker Showdown. Dave Foley and Phil Gordon. Poker Superstars Invitational Tournament. Chris Rose and Howard Lederer.
Ultimate Poker Challenge. Chad Brown and weekly guest. Professional Poker Tour. Matt Corboy and Mark Seif.
National Heads-Up Poker Championship. Matt Vasgersian and Gabe Kaplan. Barry Tompkins and Michael Konik. Pro-Am Poker Equalizer. Phil Gordon and Oliver Nejad.
Fred Bevill and Maria Ho. Pokerstars Big Game. Poker Night in America. Jesse May and Barny Boatman final season.
Jesse May and John Duthie. World Heads-Up Poker Championship. Jesse May and Victoria Coren. Victor Chandler Poker Cup.
British Poker Open. The Poker Channel. Late Night Poker Ace. Grub Smith and Tony Cascarino.