The 2018 Poker Masters is less than a week away. The highest stakes week of the year hits PokerGO on September 8 and while it is impossible to predict which players will be at Saturday’s final table, we know who will be calling the action.
The six-person commentary team is led by Ali Nejad, who will be joined by Jeremy Ausmus and Nick Schulman in the Poker Masters booth. Nejad has been the voice behind nearly every PokerGO broadcast from the start, including Poker After Dark, multiple Super High Roller Bowls, World Series of Poker broadcasts, and more. Nejad was also the host of PokerGO’s original series Super High Roller Club.
Ausmus has joined Nejad in the commentary booth for multiple PokerGO live events, including ARIA High Roller Series final tables and the inaugural U.S. Poker Open. Schulman has done more playing than commentating as of late, but won an American Poker Award this past year thanks to his broadcast work during the 2017 Super High Roller Bowl.
Streaming begins September 8 and a stacked commentary team is set to bring you all the #PokerMasters action!@MariaHo, @jeffplatt, & @Bhanks11 on the break desk, with @Ali_Nejad, @jeremyausmus, & @NickSchulman in the booth!
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— PokerGO (@PokerGO) August 30, 2018
Maria Ho leads the second half of the Poker Masters commentary team from the sidelines and the break desk. Ho has tons of high stakes experience and has brought her insight to the last few High Roller Triple Crown events. She returns for another Poker Masters series, while Brent Hanks and Jeff Platt make their debuts.
Hanks has manned the commentary booth during a handful of Poker After Dark sessions, while Platt was part of Poker Central’s Twitch commentary team during the 2018 World Series of Poker.
Subscribe now to hear Ali Nejad, Jeremy Ausmus, Nick Schulman, Maria Ho, Brent Hanks, and Jeff Platt call all the Poker Masters action when streams begin on September 8.