The wait is finally over. After a brief hiatus, Poker After Dark returns to PokerGO with back-to-back nights of high stakes cash games. High Roller Scott Seiver leads the way and headlines both nights of “Leave It to Seiver” action, with the same lineup returning for each $200/$400 No Limit Hold’em session.

Seiver, who is making his Poker After Dark debut, is no stranger to PokerGO success. He won a $25,000 ARIA High Roller Series event last month and some of his best PokerGO moments, including highlights from his 2015 Super High Roller Bowl run, are highlighted in “Best of Scott Seiver.”

There are also “Best of” compilations of Ben Lamb and Matt Berkey in the PokerGO on-demand library and those two Poker After Dark veterans are returning to the high stakes arena for more action this week.

The rest of the seven-handed lineup will make their Poker After Dark debuts this week. Garrett Adelstein, who appeared on the 28th season of Survivor, brings plenty of high stakes cash game experience, along with Bob Bright, who played in the Super High Roller Cash Game and the Big One for One Drop in 2012.

Chris Kruk, who is an instructor for Run It Once, is primarily known for his online expertise, but boasts nearly $900,000 in career live tournament earnings. Yong “Jackie” Wang, a family and businessman from Macau, rounds out the lineup.

The first “Leave It to Seiver” session is now live on PokerGO. Follow Poker Central and PokerGO for exclusive content during “Leave It to Seiver” week and catch up on past Poker After Dark episodes only on PokerGO.

“Poker After Dark” lineups and structures are subject to change.