The second helping of “Whine and Cheese” week outdid the first. Streaming live on PokerGO, the $50/$100 game brought out the big guns as Phil Hellmuth and Daniel Negreanu took their seats in ARIA. Already in attendance for the Super High Roller Bowl lottery, the pair went down the hall to the PokerGO set and put five-figures on the table.

The two additions to the lineup supplemented what was already a delicious game. Hank Yang returned after making his Poker After Dark debut last night. Yang racked up the largest win and was the only player to leave with over $100,000.

Dan O’Brien took a seat to open the night and clashed right away with last night’s big winner, Tom Marchese. The “King of Cards” ran a bluff and was turned into a pauper early by “Tahoe Dan.”

Fellow Poker After Dark debutant Robert Keno jumped back into the hot seat and became “Jackpot Bob” thanks to the bounty on his stack. Keno gave all players a chance to win his money and the action is worth a second watch.

Negreanu was the more active of the two Poker Hall of Famers at the table and that trend lowered him into some hot water. Justin Young is an adversary of Negreanu dating back to the 2006 World Series of Poker and that history added up into a monster pot for the Las Vegas cash game pro.

Bob Bright and Jeremy Ausmus joined in on the fun and finished close to where they started. Bright brought about the return of “smash mouth poker” to Poker After Dark to great applause from the table.

By the time the plates were cleared, Hellmuth and Negreanu added another chapter to their long-standing rivalry. From their last appearance together on “Holidays with Hellmuth” to now, it’s always great to watch two of the best battle once again.

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