Poker After Dark presented two strong lineups this week, headlined by reigning World Series of Poker Main Event champion John Cynn. Cynn made his debut inside the PokerGO Studio together with three-time $50k Poker Players Championship winner Michael Mizrachi, forming the foundation of two very entertaining nights of play.
Another night of "Rise and Grind" week brought even more fireworks to PokerGO than the first round of $100/$200 cash game action. 2018 WSOP Main Event winner John Cynn took a loss last night but tonight he bounced back with an epic performance to close out the week.
The Poker After Dark
The first night of "Rise and Grind" action led to a big win for Farah Galfond on PokerGO. Galfond and a league of other high stakes players return tonight for the second of two $100/$200 No Limit Hold'em cash games with a $300 big blind ante.
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Poker After Dark starts now on PokerGO with the premiere of "Rise and Grind" week. The first of two nights puts 2018 WSOP Main Event champion John Cynn on display along with a host of other strong players.
The $100/$200 No Limit Hold'em cash game includes a $300 big blind ante
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.