This Week in Poker: Murderer’s Row, CryptoTube, Another for Germany

With non-stop action around the globe, there are sure to be story lines and news that slips through the cracks. Poker Central’s “This Week in Poker” fills those cracks though, highlighting headlines, news, and big events with quick-hitting recaps of the biggest stories from around the poker world. Maria Bests Murderer's

Relive “The Prestige” Week on PokerGO

When "The Prestige" cash games were announced, Antonio Esfandiari controlled nearly all the headlines. That is expected though, as "The Magician" is one of the most recognizable faces in the game and has been a Poker After Dark favorite for the better part of the last decade. What wasn't expected,

U.S. Poker Open Preview: The Contenders

In the buildup of last year’s Super High Roller Bowl, Poker Central rolled out 25 days of player previews to get fans ready for the biggest event of 2017. Over the next month, Poker Central will again preview a massive series, the first-ever U.S. Poker Open. The entire eight-event series will be live streamed

Don’t Look Now: Magic, Video Messages, and Maria Lampropulos

With so much poker-related video content out there, it may be hard to catch it all. Don’t worry though, Poker Central’s “Don’t Look Now” series will get you caught up to speed. Covering everything from highlights to “viral” content to quick hits from social media to on-demand PokerGO content, and more,

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

“The Prestige” Finale Live on PokerGO

Tuesday's "The Prestige" opener had a little bit of everything. There were big names, big personalities, and even bigger pots. The same lineup returns tonight, save for one player, to conclude a magical week of Poker After Dark cash games. Antonio Esfandiari returns to lead the line, but that is nothing