A little more than a year ago, the poker world became familiar with the flamboyant, talkative, high-energy, and fearless Randall Emmett. Over the course of Poker After Dark's exciting run since its return in the summer of 2017, Emmett is among the players that have the most appearances on the
This week in Five of a Kind, your social media poker recap, we dive into Dan Bilzerian's baby, Justin Bonomo's trading cards, Doug Polk's admiration for Donger Kim, Mike Matusow's podcast, and David Williams' daughter getting into Magic The Gathering. Be Like Donger Kim Heads up No Limit Hold'em wizard Donger Kim has not
Poker After Dark is known for featuring big names and big personalities. Both were on display during Tuesday's "Power Play" opener, where big pots, big laughs, and entertaining action was the norm. Daniel Negreanu headlined the lively $100/$200 No Limit Hold'em lineup, which also included Jean-Robert Bellande and Nick Schulman. Negreanu
PokerGO is your home for Poker After Dark and the “Power Play” week opener is streaming live. “Power Play” week’s cash games will feature big names and big personalities, including Daniel Negreanu. The Hall of Famer helped bring the National Hockey League to Las Vegas and a week after the Golden Knights
Looking for something exciting to watch over the weekend? Every Friday, the “Weekend Binge Watch” brings you exciting viewing ideas from the extensive PokerGO on-demand library that includes both poker tournaments, cash games, interviews, talk shows, comedic shorts, and unique behind-the-scenes stories. This weekend, let me suggest you check out all
A busy month of Poker After Dark closed with two star-studded "Under the Gun" week $100/$200 cash games featuring some of the game's biggest personalities. Phil Hellmuth made his first appearance since winning his 15th WSOP bracelet and the always entertaining Jennifer Tilly, Jean-Robert Bellande, and Randall Emmett joined the "Poker Brat"
"Under the Gun" week started in spectacular fashion last night and tonight's Poker After Dark show raised the stakes once more. Phil Hellmuth returned for the $100/$200 action alongside all of the characters from the opening round of play. The action played on PokerGO with a $10,000 buy-in with players entering for