If one night of Pot Limit Omaha wasn’t enough, Poker After Dark brought back one more serving of “Racks of Lamb.” The $100/$200 game grew to $200/$400 and put hundreds of thousands of dollars on the table. Ben Lamb returned to back up his big win but didn’t have the honors of headlining his own show.

Gus Hansen brought some dollars with him to Poker After Dark in his first appearance on the show since 2010. Hansen gave fans a feast on the PokerGO stream and made life miserable for his competitors.

There was no shortage of action in the game with Sam Soverel and Brian Rast joining the lineup. Soverel started the party with a four-way all-in in the first hour of the night. The PLO bracelet winner found a way to wiggle his way off the hook and into a six-figure pot.

‘Aussie’ Matt Kirk kept the table on their toes for the night’s entirety. The always unpredictable Kirk stayed in fifth gear and drew attention from Hansen. Kirk dressed like a lifeguard but it was him who needed saving on the river against his friend from Denmark.

Kirk wasn’t done mixing it up yet, not by a long shot. With Lamb and Hansen all-in, Kirk joined the party. ‘Aussie’ asked to run the board once and got all he could ask for with a massive scoop.

There was no shortage of six-figure pots during the night. Hansen and Kirk bounced back and forth for who would get their money in first to end the game. Rast found himself tangled up with Hansen and had his session conclude in brutal fashion.

Chris MacFarland and Len Ashby rounded out the lineup and stayed out of the trouble most of the table couldn’t avoid. Lamb booked a small loss but ended the week up six-figures. Subscribe now to PokerGO to relive all the exciting action from “Racks of Lamb” week.

Poker After Dark returns next week on Wednesday, March 14 with “Moving Violations” featuring Hollywood’s own Jennifer Tilly and Don Cheadle.

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