A busy month of new Poker After Dark episodes continued with two "Masters of the Main" cash games. Both $50/$100 sessions featured World Series of Poker Main Event legends, including Scott Blumstein and John Cynn. The last two champions weren't the only big names though, as Randall Emmett and Ben
The "Masters of the Main" finale faced a tall task to live up to the first night of action on PokerGO. John Cynn and Scott Blumstein were the two primary faces in the Poker After Dark $50/$100 game thanks to their respective Main Event wins.
A total of 11 players joined in
The first night of "Masters of the Main" week brought a new standard to Poker After Dark on the PokerGO stream. Ben Lamb certified himself as table captain and booked the big win in his Poker After Dark return. Lining up next to Lamb for the second night in a row are
The debut of "Masters of the Main" week on PokerGO provided anything and everything. John Cynn returned to Poker After Dark following his great showing on "Rise and Grind" and brought the fireworks with him.
Stakes of $50/$100 with a $100 big blind ante brought out the best in all players. The
Poker After Dark shoots for the stars this week on PokerGO with "Masters of the Main" starring the last two winners, John Cynn and Scott Blumstein.
Cynn made his debut last week in "Rise and Grind" week and booked a sizable win on the second night of play. Blumstein is in action for the
The thrilling Poker After Dark cash game action continues on PokerGO on August 21-22 with “Maters of the Main” headlined by the two most recent World Series of Poker Main Event champions, John Cynn and Scott Blumstein!
This $5,000 minimum buy-in cash game with $50/$100 blinds and a $100 big blind
Drew Amato has been covering the World Series of Poker since 2014. This year he’s covered the U.S. Poker Open and Super High Roller Bowl for Poker Central. Twice per week, Amato will share his favorite images from the World Series of Poker. Enjoy this recurring piece as, in his
On today’s show, interviews with Brian Altman about his great run and busting Phil Ivey in a hand many considered a blow-up, Scott Vener about finding the game of poker and the meaning of his deep run, James Obst about getting his mind and body right in the biggest spot
When Scott Vener turned $200 into $800 during his first ever session of poker, drunk in the middle of the night at the Commerce Casino in L.A., he probably never thought that he'd one day be coasting to the dinner break on Day 4 of the WSOP Main Event.
Featured today on your daily WSOP Main Event podcast: Jeff Gross, Lacey Jones, Benjamin Pollak, Jake Cody, Liv Boeree Scott Vener, Kelly Minkin and the exciting sounds of the money bubble!
Starting the show with poker player and content creator extraordinaire Jeff Gross to talk about his summer in Las Vegas.