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There is a short, 10-minute daf yomi shiur in Hebrew here: and I was wondering if there is anything comparable in English. I'm looking for a Daf Yomi shiur online that is significantly shorter than the normal 45-60 minutes.

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Welcome to, user736! – msh210 Jul 7 '11 at 21:31
Thanks, this is a very cool site. – S-B Jul 7 '11 at 21:35

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Daf Yomi Online by Eliyahu Fink. Around 20 minutes a Daf and yet clear and concise.This can be found on iTunes for free.

Here's the link: Or you can just search for it on itunes. Or here:

He also has a YouTube channel, which may be useful if you have connectivity issues with his website.

Each Daf is about 20 minutes, on average, but pretty understandable.

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Can you perhaps provide a link? – Double AA Aug 20 '12 at 0:18
He also has videos on his blog. – Seth J Aug 27 '12 at 0:35
Big break - this doesn't help. – Marc Sep 11 '13 at 20:51
This hasn't been updated in a while. – Double AA Jun 20 '14 at 20:36
He no longer does the Shi'ur. It was good while it lasted. – Seth J Oct 1 at 15:53 has classes by R' Dovid Grossman that are about 15-30 minutes per 'Amud, or about 30-60 minutes per Daf.

(Edited because, I discovered, not every Daf is as quick as I remembered from the first Masechta I'd done with this Shi'ur.)

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It's also available through the iTalmud app – zaq Jul 3 '12 at 14:42

The shiurim of R' Moshe Meir Weiss are very concise. Many are 15-30 minutes, though some run quite a bit longer (depending on the complexity, I guess).

10 minutes sounds like a completely unreasonable (and incomprehensible) speed. It might be useful for review purposes, but that's about it.

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There is also for audio shiurs, but I also like in case you just want to read or aren't in a place where you can listen.

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Rabbi Simon Wolf does the Daf, and you can find his recordings here. He is amazing, one of my favorite teachers. However, it is not necessarily so short, since he likes to bring the opinions of many different Rishonim.

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Try by Rabbi Mansour. It is a short and very well explained review of the Daf.

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ari welcome to Mi Yodeya! Please consider registering your account to keep track of your contributions which I hope to continue seeing from you around the site. – Double AA Aug 26 '12 at 4:59
Nice to hear it with a Sephardic accent - but more like an hour. – Marc Sep 11 '13 at 20:53

I would recommend Rabbi Shalom Rosner's Daf Yomi. He is extremely interesting and covers the daf with rishonim in about 45 minutes.

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I know of nothing that short that covers the entire daf, and nothing that's audio. In case written sources help:

The following site does short summaries/excerpts every day (a couple hundred words, quick reads):

The Daf Yomi Advancement Forum publishes point-by-point summaries; see for the current masechta.

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