Throwback Hands: Greg Raymer is Drawing Dead Against Johnny Chan

Welcome back to "Throwback Hands" on Poker Central where we dive into classic Poker After Dark matchups featuring coolers, bad beats, and epic blowups. The second season of Poker After Dark premiered with an episode of former World Series of Poker Main Event champions. The titans clashed multiple times in the show and in

Esfandiari vs. Perkins Headlines “The Prestige” Curtain Call

The end of "The Prestige" on Poker After Dark incorporated all three acts of a magic trick with Bill Perkins pulling a rabbit out of his hat. Perkins crushed the game on the first night of action and set his scope on friend and rival Antonio Esfandiari this time around. Every good magic

Bill Perkins Plays Power Poker To Open “The Prestige”

Bill Perkins loves to play on Poker After Dark and the game showed him some love back tonight on the first episode of "The Prestige." Centering around Antonio Esfandiari, there was a lot of mystery surrounding the new faces at the table and the dynamic they would bring to the $50/$100 cash

Throwback Hands: Evelyn Ng is at the Mercy of the Deck

Every player who takes a bad beat thinks they are owed their fair retribution. The opponent who caught up to them is at fault, not the deck. It's only natural, of course. The latest edition of "Throwback Hands" in THE VAULT on PokerGO puts this conundrum to the test. In an all-in

Phil Laak Takes Command on PokerGO

Freshly available in THE VAULT on PokerGO is the second episode of Poker After Dark's $100,000 Cash Game. The $200/$400 game adds a $50 ante to the equation and approximately $900,000 sits on the table when the action starts. Phil Laak makes an appearance in every season of Poker After Dark and pops in for the

Melanie Weisner Creates a Highlight Reel to Close “Femme Fatale” Week

The second and final night of “Femme Fatale” week on Poker After Dark featured more action and larger pots. The $100/$200 game included the same $20,000 minimum buy-in as Wednesday’s episode and the action juiced up on PokerGO. The full lineup returned with the exception of Kitty Kuo, who was absent