If you’re a consumer of poker content, there’s a chance you’ve seen Lexy Gavin-Mather during your YouTube scroll. That’s because the2022 GPI nominee for Rising Star in Content Creation has vlogged every step of here 2023 World Series of Poker (WSOP) journey to make her one of the most prolific content creators of the summer.
Since the start of the series, Gavin-Mather has put out dozens of vlogs documenting her run at the 2023 WSOP, which has brought her eight cashes so far, including a recent 332nd-place finish out of 10,430 players in the Event #53: $1,500 Millionaire Maker No-Limit Hold’em for $7,069.
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One Of the Most Active Vloggers at the WSOP
There are plenty of vloggers who have been filming in the 2023 WSOP action, including Frank Cucchiara of Next Gen Poker and Japanese star Masato Yokosawa, both of whom made deep runs in the record-breaking Main Event that recently reached a final table.
But Gavin-Mather’s content production has been so extensive that her output is matched only by poker’s highest-profile vlogger, Daniel Negreanu, who crashed one of Gavin-Mather’s first vlogs of the series.
Some of Gavin-Mather’s most popular videos include a June 9 video from Event #18: $300 Gladiators of Poker where she had “never been all-in more in my life,” as well as June 5 video where the vlogger and coach found herself at risk with a Royal Flush draw.
In another popular upload, Gavin-Mather played the Tag Team Event with her husband, fellow poker player Bob Mather. The duo managed to get a “major bluff” through but unfortunately could not advance past Day 1.
Other highlights of the summer’s vlogging include Gavin-Mather’s run in the $1,000 Ladies Event, navigating the money bubble on Day 2 of Event #44: $3,000 No-Limit Hold’em and an action hand involving pocket aces.
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More Than a Poker Vlogger
Gavin-Mather is more than a poker vlogger and player. She is also a poker coach who has worked with PokerCoaching.com and offers her own training course.
And Gavin-Mather has poker results to back up her coaching, with $584,488 in Hendon Mob earnings that includes a career-best score of $ 41,060 from a 10th-place finish in 2020’s $5,000 Bay 101 Shooting Star. The same year, Gavin-Mather finished third in the WPT L.A. Poker Classic for $40,058.
Gavin-Mather has also had success at the WSOP. In 2019, she finished sixth in the $1,000 Ladies Championship for $27,643. Later that summer, Gavin-Mather finished 11th in the $1,500 Mixed No-Limit Hold’em Pot-Limit Omaha event for $18,447.
Back in February, Gavin-Mather won her second RunGood Poker Series (RGPS) ring in February by taking down a $250 Deepstack Event for $8,618.
For more on Lexy Gavin-Mather, check out her YouTube channel at youtube.com/@LexyGavinPoker or follow her on Twitter at @LexyGavinPoker.
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