Season 2 of Poker After Dark opened with a Main Event melee. Jamie Gold headlined “Golden Men” week, which featured six World Series of Poker Main Event winners. Gold was the reigning champion, Joe Hachem had won two years prior, Greg Raymer the year before that. “Prop betting” Huck Seed was celebrating his 10th anniversary and two two-time winners, Doyle Brunson and Johnny Chan, filled the legendary lineup.
Almost a dozen years later and two years removed from Poker After Dark‘s reboot, Jamie Gold returns to headline “Golden Nights” week on PokerGO. Poker Hall of Famer Daniel Negreanu, Hollywood producer Randall Emmett, and 2010 WSOP Player of the Year Frank Kassela join the 2006 WSOP Main Event champion for back-to-back nights of golden cash game action. Those three players have made multiple appearances since 2017’s revival. Gold will be making his debut.
West Coast businessmen Drew Doren and Alex Haro round out the lineup.
“Golden Nights” week will consist of two $25/$50 No Limit Hold’em Cash Games. The first night of poker begins Thursday, April 25 at 6 PM ET. The Friday, April 26 finale will stream in primetime. Both nights are available exclusively on PokerGO. Subscribe now to watch Poker After Dark, Super High Roller Cash Game, and the World Series of Poker live streams for just $10 per month.