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The Twitch Poker Tribune is a weekly blog bringing you the latest news and best clips of the week from the world of Twitch poker, as well as shining a light on streamers you should check out.


  • Watch cards-up coverage of $5K Stadium Series Grand Final ($822K up top)
  • Twitch poker over 100K viewers
  • Clips of the week
  • Ones to watch

Watch $5K Stadium Series Grand Final ($822K up top)

Compared with the previous few, this week in Twitch poker has been a quiet one with many of the biggest poker streamers taking a break post-Stadium Series.

Of course, we still got to enjoy the massive Stadium Series Grand Finals over the weekend, and the PokerStars Twitch channel was on hand to bring us cards-up coverage with commentary.

We won’t spoil any of the action, but this is definitely a final table worth watching.

Catch up on the entire FT action below.

Twitch poker directory peaks over 100K

If there was any doubt how epic the final weekend of Stadium Series truly was, all you have to do is take a look at the numbers.

As Lex Veldhuis pointed out on Twitter, the Twitch Poker directory entered the top six on the entire platform and peaked over 100,000 concurrent viewers for the first time ever.

Clips of the week

Queens aren’t good enough, apparently.

Eject it into my veins.

We just got one-outed.

Hit and run.

That’s the sickest thing that’s ever happened to me.


Beating jacks and winning jackpots.

Ones to watch

Questje –

Having started his stream in 2018 before taking an extensive break, Questje of the Netherlands picked things back up in March 2020 and has been picking up speed ever since playing low to mid stakes MTTs and the occasional game of Grand Tour.

Join his Airhorn Army here.

Mark “MBen10_” Bennett –

Mark “MBen10_” Bennett is a 27-year-old streamer from Wales who has been on a quest to grind his bankroll up past $10K in profit. After grinding MTTs on PokerStars four to five days a week, he did just that.

Check him out.

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