BBZ is all about community. Whether you’re learning from our coaching videos or discussing hands with fellow players in our Discord, we’re always on hand to help you improve your game.
So why not come and hang out with us in real-time, too?
Our team of Twitch streamers consists of some of the absolute best in the game, as well as up-and-coming long-time BBZ members hoping to rise through the ranks, just like you.
Twitch poker allows you to join them on the exciting rides that multi-table tournaments produce, and experience all the highs and lows they feel along the way.
And you won’t find a better team of streamers than we have here at BBZ.
So let’s meet them, shall we?
Jordan “BigBluffZinc” Drummond
Let’s start with the man who started it all. Jordan “BigBluffZinc” Drummond is a poker playing, poker coaching, poker staking legend who has been one of the top online players in the world for years. Throughout 2020, BBZ has shown himself to be an amazing streamer too.
As the leading instructor at BBZ Poker, Drummond is the ideal streamer for anyone hoping to improve their poker games. If you don’t yet have the bankroll to invest in yourself through BBZ Poker coaching videos, you can simply watch Drummond for free on Twitch and get a live-streamed peek into of one of the best poker minds in the game today.
Want to learn from BBZ himself? Then check out his incredible array of coaching videos in which he breaks down everything from the simplest to most complex aspects of poker, only available at BBZ Poker.
Jon “apestyles” Van Fleet
As one of the biggest winners in online poker history ($16.6 million), we couldn’t recommend watching Jon “apestyles” Van Fleet’s Twitch stream enough.
Throughout a storied career spanning more than 15 years, apestyles has seen the game grow in both popularity and complexity, yet he’s always remained a fixture at the high stakes. Now we get to watch the master at work and interact with him along the way as he crushes tournament after tournament. Make sure you tune in as he battles the best in the game and continues to build on his already-astounding poker legacy.
Want to learn from apestyles? Then check out his “Back to Basics” webinar bundle, made exclusively for BBZ Poker. With 11 hours of videos covering the fundamentals you’ll need to win poker tournaments, there’s no doubt it will improve your game leaps and bounds.
Jargo “bungakat” Alaväli
As a BBZ Poker coach and co-creator of the ICM Pre-Flop Masterclass, Jargo “bungakat” Alaväli knows all the tools of the trade when it comes to racking up big online scores. He’s got more than a million dollars in cashes to prove it.
In 2020 alone, bungakat has placed fifth in a $1,000 WSOP 6-Max Turbo event on GGPoker for $75,395, finished third in a WSOP side event for $43,199, took down the $300 GGPoker Sunday Marathon for $42,471, and came second in a $215 Stadium Series event on PokerStars for $41,755.
Check out his stream as he continues to produce epic results live on Twitch.
Want to learn from bungakat? Check out the ICM Pre-Flop Masterclass to take your game to the next level and start crushing final tables.
Jon “luckyfish89” Clark
A high-stakes crusher from the UK, Jon “luckyfish89” Clark is an incredible addition to the BBZ Stream Team.
With a PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker (SCOOP) title ($169,850), runner-up finishes in the GGPoker $1,050 High Rollers ($118,941) and Sunday Million ($99,947), multiple wins in the $1,050 Thursday Thrill, and $3.2 million in career earnings already under his belt, “luckyfish89” is far from what his name suggests.
You’ll find Clark showcasing plenty of high-stakes action on his Twitch channel, so tune in to see him go to war with the game’s greats.
Want to learn from Clark? Check out Vol.1 of his training video series with BBZ Poker as he’s joined by Jordan “BigBluffZinc” Drummond to discuss the mid-stages of a high-stakes MTT and break down his decisions in crucial pots leading into the later stages (supported by PioSolver analysis).
Lukas “RobinPoker” Robinson
It was Lukas Robinson’s dream to become a full-time poker streamer. He began streaming under the name “RobinPoker” and in late 2020, with a small Twitch following already built, he left his job to pursue poker and Twitch full time.
Things kicked off in a big way. Robinson committed to streaming 1,000 hours in just 100 days and with several nice wins and memorable moments already under his belt, the sky is the limit for the young man from Liverpool.
You’ll find RobinPoker streaming low to mid-stakes tournaments every day (for now) right here.
Conor “ccOOnnOOrr” O’Driscoll
Ireland’s Conor “ccOOnnOOrr” O’Driscoll has been coached and staked by BBZ Poker for several years now, in which time he’s seen some incredible results. He recently took down the PartyPoker World Poker Tour (WPT) Online for $122,000 and followed that with a $228,000 score in the GGPoker Global Millions event.
The 31-year-old is now streaming regularly on Twitch playing high-stakes multi-table tournaments, so make sure you follow him on his journey to the top of the game.
Check out this amazing interview with O’Driscoll in which he breaks down his poker journey:
Brandon “Mazurite” Rollinson
An online grinder who has been in the game for more than a decade, Brandon “Mazurite” Rollinson has been through the poker ringer. Having started at $0.25 Sit & Gos with just $10, Rollinson built his bankroll up to several thousand and started being coached and staked by Jordan Drummond in 2011.
Mazurite has been a part of BBZ Poker ever since. Today you’ll find him playing mostly mid-to-high stakes multi-table tournaments, in which he has $363,837 in online cashes to date.
Check out this awesome short documentary about Mazurite by PokerListings:
Andreas “derbegott” Ponath
With a degree in engineering, Andreas “derbegott” Ponath knows a thing or two about building bankrolls, constructing winning strategies, and implementing them on the online poker streets.
Ponath is currently a full-time professional with almost half a million dollars in online poker cashes to date. Up until recently, the biggest score of his career came in January 2020 when he finished second in a $215 Winter Series Progressive Knockout event on PokerStars for $15,748 plus thousands more in bounties.
He smashed that in December, however, with a deep run in the $109 Big Blowout on PokerStars for $45,000.
Also a long-time BBZ Poker member, Ponath coaches players at the low- to mid-stakes, but plays some high stakes himself. You’ll find him battling on his Twitch channel.
Stay tuned for the latest news and additions from the BBZ Poker Stream Team.