PokerGO’s latest original programming series is titled “Beyond the Rail.” This eight-episode series gives you a unique behind-the-scenes look into the 2018 World Series of Poker. In the coming two weeks we will highlight each episode and tell you exactly why this is must-watch action for every poker fan.
Since the beginning of this year, Drew Amato has Poker Central’s event photographer for the U.S. Poker Open, Super High Roller Bowl, World Series of Poker, and Poker Masters. During the 2018 World Series of Poker, the Beyond the Rail cameras followed Amato around as he snapped some of your favorite photos and in this new PokerGO original series you can hear the stories and process behind the photos.
“People want to see the raw emotion, but that’s a challenge in poker because these players spend so many years working on their poker faces,” Drew Amato said on this episode of Beyond the Rail about his work and the search for candid moments.
Check out the full episode of Beyond the Rail about poker photographer Drew Amato right here.
Missed any of Drew’s photoblogs over the last few months? Check them out right here:
- Ali Imsirovic Goes Back-to-Back at the 2018 Poker Masters
- Isaac Haxton’s Short Deck Debut Results in Poker Masters Win
- Relive the 2018 World Series of Poker
- Emotions of Display at the Big One for One Drop Final Table
- John Cynn’s 2018 WSOP Main Event Victory
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