If you thought the action was juicy during the first $50,000 Cash Game, wait until you see what unfolds in the second round. With Phil Hellmuth in the driver’s seat, anything is possible and the $100/$200 game with a $25 ante lives up to all the hype.

Now available in THE VAULT on PokerGO is a lineup made up of fun players and even better poker. Hellmuth rejoins the game along with all players who participated in the first round including Todd Brunson, Mike Matusow, and Antonio Esfandiari.

Also in the mix is Hellmuth’s arch-nemesis for this game and that’s Brandon Adams. Seated on Hellmuth’s direct left, Adams plays back at Hellmuth more than the all-time leader in World Series of Poker bracelets would like. The aggression adds up to a huge confrontation where Adams picks the perfect time to bluff. What follows is a great combination of poker skill and ‘Poker Brat’ rant.

New to the game is David ‘Viffer’ Peat, who is in the driver’s seat from the moment he sits down. The game is good action even without Peat in the game, but when pitted against Hellmuth, he goes up another notch.

In what is a familiar trend during this set of episodes, Peat gets there on Hellmuth. The infamous ‘nine-ball corner pocket’ hand is from this episode and never gets old. The look on Hellmuth’s face when Peat turns over his cards is worth the PokerGO subscription alone.

Hellmuth takes multiple shots in this game and keeps coming back for more as the “best Hold’em player in history” can’t resist the competition.

Up there with some of the best Poker After Dark episodes, “Cash Game 50k, Part 2” is available to watch on-demand in THE VAULT. A classic hand develops so often, it’s impossible to look away from the Hellmuth car wreck.

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Phil Hellmuth, Antonio Esfandiari, Brandon Adams