In line with this week’s live action on Poker After Dark “Golden Nights,” we’ve dug deep into the archives and present you with all the prior episodes Jamie Gold appeared on! Excited for some current action? Relive the first night of “Golden Nights” right here and tune in for live action at 6:00 pm ET on Friday, April 26th as Gold goes up against the likes of Daniel Negreanu and Randall Emmett.
Jamie Gold won the 2006 World Series of Poker Main Event for $12,000,000 and has been a mainstream celebrity since then. The name “Gold” was perfect for his big win and along with his crazy antics, blueberries, table talk, and aggressive moves, everyone wanted to be him in their local home games.
Jamie Gold on Poker After Dark
As mentioned above, Gold appeared on Poker After Dark four times during the first three seasons. See the overview below to pick your favorite lineup and start watching now!
|Show||Golden Men||WSOP Champions||World Champions||Of Mouth and Men|
|Players||Jamie Gold||Jamie Gold||Jamie Gold||Jamie Gold|
|Doyle Brunson||Carlos Mortensen||Huckleberry Seed||Mike Matusow|
|Johnny Chan||Doyle Brunson||Berry Johnston||Paul Wasicka|
|Greg Raymer||Johnny Chan||Johnny Chan||Alan Boston|
|Joe Hachem||Chris Moneymaker||Chris Ferguson||Antonio Esfandiari|
|Huckleberry Seed||Chris Ferguson||Phil Hellmuth||Mike Sexton|
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