With so many personalities and poker related content out there to consume, it may be hard to catch it all but don’t worry. Each week, Poker Central’s “Don’t Look Now” series will get you up to speed on everything poker and video from the last week. From highlights, “viral” content, quick hits from social media, and on-demand PokerGO content, “Don’t Look Now” brings it all together.

During last month’s Poker Masters, Fedor Holz gave fans and players a front row seat to the five-event high stakes series through daily “In the Life of a Champion” vlogs. This past week, Holz was featured on Lewis Howes’ The School of Greatness podcast. The German High Roller and entrepreneur talked about performing under pressure, what drew him to the game of poker, as well as the similarities and differences between poker and business.

From a podcast outside the poker world featuring one of the game’s best to a podcast inside the poker world featuring one of the game’s best. The latest installment of Heads Up with Remko features High Roller extraordinaire Bryn Kenney. In the last year, Kenney has crushed big buy-in tournaments around the world, earning nearly $9 million in process, but while 2017 has been great, 2016 was far from good. Kenney talks about his own ups and downs in the in-depth interview, while also making the claim that he is the only player in the world that is at the 99 level. Maybe a certain German High Roller that was just on another podcast has something to say about that?

Through the first few events of the World Poker Tour’s Season XVI schedule, there is no doubt that there is only one player that has performed at the 99 level. That would be two-time WPT champion Art Papazyan, who became the first WPT Champions Club member crowned on PokerGO when he won WPT Legends last month. Papazyan then followed that historic win with another, winning WPT Maryland for his second WPT victory in as many months. The California cash game player now has a stranglehold on the WPT Player of the Year leader board and regardless of how he does through the rest of the year, a pretty high WPT rating.

I’ve said it once, I’ll say it again, Doug Polk is the real deal. When he isn’t creating hilarious YouTube videos or producing some of the best content in poker, he’s playing in some of the world’s biggest games. Polk takes a break from the former next week, when he headlines three days of “High Stakes Hybrid” week on Poker After Dark, featuring three hybrid cash game sessions with $100,000 buy-ins. Watch Polk and a handful of other experienced high stakes players next week on PokerGO and until then, keep the laughs coming with Polk’s creative and comedic YouTube channel