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Poker After Dark returns with high stakes cash game

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Defrag   Poland. Aug 04 2018 23:15. Posts 4681

Fans of cash games at high stakes will have a special treat. Poker After Dark returns with a very unique line-up. Viewers can also expect two sessions of the great game!

After the break connected with World Series of Poker, the favourite cash game fans' programme is back – the one and only Poker After Dark. Two sessions titled “Solve for Hollywood” should bring us tons of action. Game will run with $200/$400 big blind plus ante $500. They already aired two days ago!

The line-up will combine the most interesting players from previous episodes. Hollywood to be represented by Randall Emmett (pictured), who you hve probably heard about due to his loud Main Event entry (orchestra and girls).

Producer will be accompanied by two cash specialists – Matt Berkey and Garrett Adelstein. Both players really well known. Berkey plays the biggest cash games on the planet and runs his own school – Solve for Why Academy (hence the cash game name). Adelstein has also been doing great in Poker After Dark, though usually he plays cash in Los Angeles.

Other two guys we have also seen already in action. They are Jacky Wang and Don Nguyen. The latter often played high stakes cashes with Billem Perkinsem and Antonio Esfandiari when PokerGO studio had its debut. Jacky Wang on the other hand proved what he is worth in previous PADs.

We will also see some new faces. Gal Yifrach and David Peters are to join the show for the first time, but the former strongly promotes poker and has won his first bracelet this summer. Don't be fooled by David Peters as it is not the well known High Roller player who won Triton Series Jeju. This is a lawyer from San Diego, who has oodles of experiences at cash games and tournaments. Three years ago he was close to the WSOP Main Event final table. Back then he won $325,000 for his performance. When he was leaving the game there were only two tables remaining!

Poker After Dark is available at PokerGO.

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