The thing about Poker Stars is that they are much more than just a place to play poker online. For example, the PokerStars.tv website, which is still in its beta testing phase, specializes in broadcasting poker related videos. Everything from tournament footage to poker pro video blogs (vlogs, as they're now known) can be viewed at the click of a mouse.
And apparently, the newly launched site is proving to fare well with players. Poker Stars recently published a press release stating that players' responses have been overwhelmingly positive. So much so, in fact, Poker Stars is planning to publish its entire video library in several languages. One of the most popular features is actually the opening tutorial explained by the energetic and charming Daniel Negreanu. The WSOP champion explains all the various features of the website and how to get the most use out of the video database.
Without laying out the whole tutorial for you (Daniel Negreanu is much more entertaining anyways), some of these features include a searchable video database with filters that allow users to search poker videos by player, type of hand, poker event and more.
In other words, if you want to watch Phil Hellmuth Jr. in the 2005 World Series of Poker main event playing final table Flops, you can do so with the searchable video database at PokerStars.tv. Registered users can also create customized video channels for saving video favorites, send email video links to others, and even embed video code on websites in the manner as You Tube videos.