Over the last few years, ARIA has become the go-to destination for big buy-in High Roller events. Since 2014, the nearly monthly events, which boast $25,000, $50,000, and $100,000 buy-ins, have become a staple of the Las Vegas poker scene. Starting next weekend, those staple events will be shown live, with ARIA High Roller Series final table streams adding to PokerGO’s already intensive live events offering.
Since debuting the poker world’s first premier subscription service during this past summer’s Super High Roller Bowl, PokerGO has continued to expand their live events offering. World Series of Poker final tables and Main Event coverage hit the streaming platform after Christoph Vogelsang took down the 2017 Super High Roller Bowl.
Since the WSOP, PokerGO has rebooted Poker After Dark to some serious fanfare. Some of the world’s biggest televised cash games have featured Tom Dwan, Daniel “Jungleman” Cates, Phil Galfond, and more of the world’s top players. PokerGO is also the home to select World Poker Tour final tables.
The first high stakes events since last month’s Poker Masters will open the ARIA High Roller Series slate on PokerGO, with a $10,000 High Roller final table streaming on Friday, October 27 and a $25,000 High Roller final table streaming on Saturday, October 28.
ARIA High Roller Series events regularly feature some of the world’s best high stakes players, including Brian Rast, Isaac Haxton, Jason Koon, Erik Seidel, Doug Polk, and poker’s all-time money leader, Daniel Negreanu. Since their inception, ARIA High Roller Series events average nearly seven-figure prize pools, which means that the biggest names will be competing for big money when ARIA High Rollers hit PokerGO later this month.
For more information, follow Poker Central and and before the debut of ARIA High Roller Series events on October 27, don’t miss “Perks of the Trade” week on Poker After Dark, featuring $500/$1,000 No Limit Hold’em cash games.