Season 6 of Poker After Dark brought about a consistent trend in eclectic lineups. That pace maintains in “He Said, She Said.” The combination of unique personalities and fan favorites make for a high school cafeteria atmosphere more than a poker table.
The first old-school episode available in THE VAULT to start 2018 on PokerGO features Karina Jett making her Poker After Dark debut. The wife of Las Vegas pro Chip Jett, Karina becomes a force early on in the episode and makes a hard charge toward winning the $20,000 Sit-N-Go. The pair of Jett’s are the former authors of a “He Said/She Said” poker column.
The two other ladies joining Jett in the “She” section are Annie Duke and Erica Schoenberg. Better known now as Mrs. Erick Lindgren, Schoenberg is a former blackjack card counting professional who made four career Poker After Dark appearances.
Mike Matusow joins the game for his fourth episode of the season. His seat is two away from familiar nemesis and verbal sparring partner, Jean-Robert Bellande.
The final member of the game is David Grey, who comes in for the first time in the new season after appearing twice in Season Five. The high stakes cash game professional has spent much of his career battling in Bobby’s Room at the Bellagio. Grey was featured in the “Stories from the Felt” episode about the iconic poker room with a few good tales of his own.
All players in the show have their own stories to share from decades of combined poker experience. As expected in any game with Bellande and Matusow, things get out of hand early on to create a more lively than usual atmosphere.
Catch this episode and more inside THE VAULT as more Poker After Dark shows become available on-demand. Poker After Dark returned last night to PokerGO with “Femme Fatale” week, so don’t miss the action tonight as the show continues!
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