With the World Series of Poker Main Event just two days away from crowning poker’s next world champion, PokerGO is prepping the poker world for the return of “Poker After Dark.” Some of the best episodes from past seasons are now streaming on poker’s premier on-demand subscription platform and more episodes will be added to the on-demand library before the reboot of PAD hits PokerGO on August 14.
The first two seasons of “Poker After Dark” are currently available and ready to stream in PokerGO’s THE VAULT, featuring a wide variety of personalities and big name players. Phil Hellmuth, who was on the debut episode of Poker Central’s newest short-form comedy series, Poker Nights, headlines Season 1 of “Poker After Dark,” along with Gus Hansen, Daniel Negreanu, Johnny Chan and Phil Ivey.
Season 2 of “Poker After Dark” features plenty poker legends, including Doyle Brunson, Michael “The Grinder” Mizrachi, Patrik Antonius, Joe Hachem, Greg Raymer and Jamie Gold. “Poker After Dark” commentator Ali Nejad also hits the felt during Season 2, as part of the Kings and Queens episodes.
Season 3 of “Poker After Dark” will be released in full by the time the series reboots later this summer but there are plenty of episodes to dive into before then. Hall of Famers Daniel Negreanu, Phil Hellmuth, Scotty Nguyen and Jennifer Harman make up the Dream Table, which pits some of the world’s best high-stakes players against each other in a big buy-in cash game and Gavin Smith, Erick Lindgren, David Oppenheim and Phil Ivey headline the 19th Hole episodes.
Over the next few weeks, more of Season 3 hits PokerGO, including the International episodes, featuring Antonius, Chan, Negreanu, Hansen and Super High Roller Bowl participant John Juanda and Jam Up episodes, with PokerGO commentator David Williams, Antonio Esfandiari, Barry Greenstein and Eli Elezra.
Female players take center stage the week before “Poker After Dark” reboots, with Gus and the Ladies episodes featuring Gus Hansen, Vanessa Rousso, Beth Shak and Erica Schoenberg and Love at First Raise episodes, featuring Jennifer Tilly and Phil Laak.
Stay tuned to Poker Central and PokerGO for new releases of original content and stay tuned to Poker Central for features, commentary and articles on some of the best “Poker After Dark” episodes leading up to August’s PAD reboot.