Poker After Dark cash games has the attention of viewers on PokerGO and it’s time to step back to 2015 for the Super High Roller Bowl Cash Game. The $400/$800 stakes feature a minimum buy-in of $250,000 with eight seats occupied by action players.
The first five episodes of this exclusive game featuring once in a lifetime lineups are now available to stream on PokerGO.
There is no shortage of top pros and aggression with “Aussie” Matt Kirk in the game. This cash game marked one of the first-ever appearances for Kirk, who has since become a Poker After Dark staple. His recent performance in the Pot Limit Omaha “Racks of Lamb” week was nothing short of spectacular.
Kirk keeps the game at in fifth gear and doesn’t need much help with Phil Ivey seated across the table. Ivey stays under the radar these days and a rare appearance in this cash game. Two weeks ago, Ivey was spotted in the field for Super High Roller Bowl China.
Other living legends in the game are former World Series of Poker Main Event champions Doyle Brunson and Johnny Chan. The two players both own 10 WSOP bracelets and put their lifetime of poker skill on display.
The new age of Poker After Dark is represented by the other half of the eight-handed table. Bob Bright and Jennifer Tilly mark two of those players.
Bright is one of the most consistent players to appear on Poker After Dark and was recently seen on “Wine and Cheese” week.
Tilly starred in her fair share of Poker After Dark episodes from the original run of the series and made her return in “Moving Violations” week. Her co-star from the episode, Antonio Esfandiari, is in the Super High Roller Cash Game as well. Esfandiari likes to buy-in big and takes that to a new level with $1 million in front of him when the game starts.
Rounding out the action is Poker After Dark’s favorite host, Jean-Robert Bellande.
The first five episodes of the Super High Roller Bowl cash game are available on-demand on PokerGO. Subscribe now to see all of the high-stakes action.