The Poker After Dark action inside the PokerGO Studio continues on Tuesday and Wednesday, August 28-29 at 6:00 pm ET as “Under the Gun” week is headlined by none other than fan-favorites Phil Hellmuth, Jean-Robert Bellande, and Jennifer Tilly.
This week’s $10,000 minimum buy-in game with $100/$200 blinds and a $200 big blind ante runs on back-to-back nights with a slew of familiar faces. Randall Emmett, Don Nguyen, Robert Sanchez, and Daniel Weinand complete the lineup to create an exciting seven-handed lineup.
Weinand is the only new face to join next week’s action, but the founder of Shopify is no stranger to the poker action. Earlier this summer, Weinand made some runs at the World Series of Poker, finishing 30th in the $10,000 6-max Championship event, and earlier this year he duked it out with Hellmuth inside ARIA’s Ivey’s Room.
After recent appearances on “Solve for Hollywood” and “Masters of the Main,” Randall Emmett is back for more! Emmett was recently featured on Deep Issues and a collection of his highlights on PokerGO can be found here.
Lastly, three-time World Series of Poker bracelet winner Eli Elezra joins the game! Elezra has been a fixture in high stakes action in Las Vegas for more than two decades, and his dynamics with the likes of Bellande and Hellmuth are something to look forward to!
|Poker After Dark “Under The Gun” Week Lineups
|Tuesday, August 28
|Wednesday, August 29
|$100/$200 with a $200bb ante
For the second straight week, a secondary table will be up and running inside the PokerGO Studio. This game, known as ‘The Bullpen’ is a smaller stakes invite-only game that will feed into the main game if players decide to call it a night.
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*This article was updated on August 25th as Eli Elezra replaced Don Nguyen. Poker After Dark lineups are subject to change.