Since the beginning, Poker After Dark has featured the highest stakes and brightest stars. That trend continues, as “Moving Violation” week will feature back-to-back nights of cash game action that will be headlined by Jennifer Tilly, Don Cheadle, Antonio Esfandiari, and Randall Emmett. Both $50/$100 cash games, that boast a $20,000 minimum buy-in, will stream live on PokerGO on March 14 and 15.

Jennifer Tilly and Don Cheadle each made appearances on Poker After Dark before this summer’s PokerGO reboot, but they never shared the felt. They have shared the silver screen though. In the 1985 comedy Moving Violations, Tilly played “Amy Hopkins,” the lead female role, and Cheadle made his film debut as the “Juicy Burgers Worker.” Both have come a long way in their respective careers since, as Tilly has headlined the Chucky franchise for nearly two decades and Cheadle has starred in the Ocean’s trilogy and multiple Marvel Cinematic Universe films.

While Tilly and Cheadle are two of Hollywood’s biggest stars, Randall Emmett has turned himself into a Poker After Dark star. The Hollywood producer has made multiple appearances, including during “Holidays with Hellmuth” week and the action-packed “Talk the Talk” cash games.

Antonio Esfandiari needs no introduction when it comes to Poker After Dark. “The Magician” has been a fan favorite for over a decade and will make another 2018 appearance during “Moving Violations” week, after headlining both “The Prestige” and “Talk the Talk” week cash games.

Robert Sanchez made his Poker After Dark debut during “The Prestige” week cash games and he will return for both “Moving Violations” games, along with John Morgan. Nick Vertucci and Bo Brownstein round out the eight-handed cash games.

Subscribe to PokerGO now to watch Jennifer Tilly, Don Cheadle, Antonio Esfandiari, and more during “Moving Violations” week and relive past Poker After Dark episodes with exclusive PokerGO event replays.

*”Poker After Dark” lineups and stakes are subject to change. 

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