After a week and a half of U.S. Poker Open streams, PokerGO returns to your regularly scheduled Poker After Darkprogramming. Since the start of the year, Poker After Dark has featured a few heavyweight lineups. None have been this heavy though, as “Dead Money” week will pit some of the game’s most exciting players against one another in two huge $200/$400 No Limit Hold’em cash games.

Matt Berkey may be headlining the week, but Garrett Adelstein starred in the “Dead Money” opener. The cash game professional couldn’t be stopped and ended up booking a nearly $400,000 win on Thursday night. He returns Friday, along with a similar lineup.

Jean-Robert Bellande, who has been a fan favorite for more than a decade, also headlines “Dead Money” week, while Dr. Sean Dempsey, Bob Bright, and Stanley Choi return to the PokerGO set for more high stakes action. Bellande was Thursday night’s second biggest winner, while Dempsey, Bright, and Choi failed to finish in the black.

Billy O’Neil is the only new addition to Friday’s lineup. O’Neil is a cash game veteran that can regularly be found in some of Las Vegas’ biggest games. He will replace James Bond and will make his Poker After Dark debut tonight.

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