After a weekend full of turkey, stuffing, Black Friday deals, and more, Poker After Dark is set to return to PokerGO this week. Starting Tuesday, November 28, back-to-back nights of “Moon Magic” cash games will feature some of Las Vegas’ best cash game players, along with some of poker’s best personalities.

Antonio “The Magician” Esfandiari will headline both cash games, along with Danielle “dmoongirl” Andersen. The former online cash game player, who was featured in the online poker documentary Bet Raise Fold, is now a regular in the Las Vegas high stakes cash game scene and will make her Poker After Dark debut along with Justin Young and Barry Woods.

Young is an experienced cash game player, who also has over $4.5 million in career tournament earnings, including a WPT victory in 2016. Woods, who won a $25K ARIA High Roller Series event in October for $256,000, hails from California and has regularly competed in high stakes cash games for the better part of the last decade.

The two players that round out the six-handed lineup should be familiar faces to Poker After Dark fans. Lauren Roberts, who played during “The Return of Tom Dwan” cash games, returns, along with “Jackie” Wang, who booked two victories during last week’s “Leave It to Seiver” week.

“Moon Magic” cash games will feature $25/$50 blinds, with a $100 ante from the big blind and a minimum $10,000 buy-in. “Moon Magic” cash games will be the last cash games to stream on PokerGO in November, but that doesn’t mean that Poker After Dark is done for the year. Poker After Dark will return in December, with more high stakes cash games only on PokerGO.

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