Poker After Dark shoots for the stars this week on PokerGO with “Masters of the Main” starring the last two winners, John Cynn and Scott Blumstein.

Cynn made his debut last week in “Rise and Grind” week and booked a sizable win on the second night of play. Blumstein is in action for the first time on Poker After Dark and sits with 2017 final tablist Ben Lamb.

The $50/$100 No Limit Hold’em cash game includes a $100 big blind ante and a minimum buy-in of $5,000. Watch all the action here!

Lamb’s mastery of the Main Event extends back to 2011 when he placed third on his way to winning WSOP Player of the Year.

Another legend from 2017 is on the Poker After Dark felt as well with Mickey Craft stepping up. Craft premiered on Poker After Dark earlier in the year to rave reviews in “Talk the Talk” week.

He can talk the talk as well the walk, and Randall Emmett is back on Poker After Dark once again. Emmett and Craft played together during “Talk the Talk” week and join forces once again. Hollywood is alive and well in the form of television music guru Scott Vener, who cashed in the Main Event this year.

2018 Main Event runner-up Tony Miles launches his Poker After Dark career tonight as does Kelly Minkin, who earned honors of the last woman standing for the second time this year. Minkin followed up her 29th place run in 2015 with a 50th place result this summer.

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