Through the Lens: A New Perspective

We are officially closing in on the end of the first week of the WSOP, which also happened to be one fo the craziest weeks at the Rio ever. A record number of players turned out to take their shot at some of the opening events including the Big Fifty,

Through the Lens: 888 Invades Poker After Dark

Poker After Dark returned to PokerGO this week, as the second 888 Poker edition hit the ground running. This week's episodes were headlined by 888 sponsored pros Dominik Nitsche and Chris Moorman, alongside Phil Hellmuth, Jennifer Tilly, and Randall Emmett. The first night Mark Heintz rounded out the lineup, as

Through the Lens of Drew: Adams Dominates SHR Cash Game

Brandon Adams in action during the Super High Roller Cash Game inside the PokerGO Studio.

The bright lights of the PokerGO studio were back on this week as the Super High Roller Cash Game made its return. Tuesday kicked off the action with a Pot Limit Omaha edition, followed up by a PLO/No Limit Hold'em mix on Wednesday. When the dust settled after both nights

Through the Lens: Best Moments From the 2018 WSOP (Part Two)

In part one of our 2018 WSOP recap, we revisited two of the more iconic moments from last summer with Michael Mizrachi's third PPC title and Doyle Brunson's last WSOP tournament. Today, we take a look back at two more historic summers from Justin Bonomo and Joe Cada, along with

Through the Lens: The Return of Dolly’s Game

High stakes mixed action returned to the PokerGO Studio this week with Dolly's Game. Monday's opening lineup consisted of Doyle Brunson, Richard Sklar, Shaun Deeb, Kane Kalas, Eli Elezra, Anthony Alberto, and Alan Richardson. Kalas had the most profitable night, but no one strayed too far in either direction from

Through the Lens: A Bundle of Words, An Abundance of Chips

Tuesday hosted the second "Run It Once" Pot Limit Omaha session on Poker After Dark! The legendary Phil Galfond was the night's biggest winner and Randall Emmett again proved he has the one of the biggest personalities in poker. What some people could describe as "spewing," Emmett made sure to

Through the Lens: A Diamond in the Rough

Monday kicked off "Run it Once" week with the first of two Pot Limit Omaha cash games on Poker After Dark. "Diamond" Dave Eldridge booked the night's biggest win and Joey Ingram managed to claw his way back into the black as well after a brutal start. RIO coach Kevin