After returning to PokerGO earlier this month, new episodes of Poker After Dark continue with two nights of high stakes cash games. Michael “The Grinder” Mizrachi makes his first Poker After Dark appearance since 2011, while World Series of Poker Main Event champion John Cynn makes his debut to headline “Rise and Grind” week.
While Cynn picked up his first bracelet in the Main Event, Mizrachi made history after winning his third Poker Players Championship. The victory added to Mizrachi’s already mind-blowing WSOP resume, which also includes a Main Event final table run from 2011. Learn more about “The Grinder” by watching Pokerography: The Story of Michael Mizrachi for free on Poker Central’s YouTube channel.
A diverse group of Poker After Dark veterans and rookies complete next week’s lineups. Farah Galfond returns after playing during “Solve for Hollywood” week, while Justin Young and Maria Ho will each make one appearance during “Rise and Grind” week. High stakes regular Bob Bright and Florida businessman Alan Richardson will play both nights, along with 2015 Super High Roller Bowl participant Vitaliy Rizhkov.
“Rise and Grind” week will feature back-to-back $100/$200 No Limit Hold’em cash games, with each boasting a $20,000 minimum buy-in. Both sessions will be held in the PokerGO Studio and will stream live on PokerGO starting at 6 PM ET.
Both “Rise and Grind” lineups are listed below:
|Dates:||Tuesday, August 14||Wednesday, August 15|
|Stakes:||$100/$200 No Limit Hold’em|
|$300 BB Ante|
|Players:||Michael Mizrachi||Michael Mizrachi|
|John Cynn||John Cynn|
|Farah Galfond||Farah Galfond|
|Alan Richardson||Alan Richardson|
|Justin Young||Maria Ho|
|Bob Bright||Bob Bright|
|Vitaliy Rizhkov||Vitaliy Rizhkov|
“Rise and Grind” week begins August 14. Subscribe now to watch new episodes of Poker After Dark and to relive past high stakes cash games.
“Poker After Dark” lineups are subject to change.*