Over the next few weeks, as the reboot of “Poker After Dark” gets closer and closer, Poker Central will prepare poker fans for the return of PAD in a variety of ways. From episode recaps from past seasons, which are currently streaming on PokerGO, to exclusive interviews with some of poker’s biggest names, Poker Central is here to get you ready for brand new episodes of “Poker After Dark” before the series returns on August 14.
During the back-half of the World Series of Poker, multiple Pot Limit Omaha final tables hit PokerGO, including the $10,000 Pot Limit Omaha Championship, as part of PLO Week. While Joe Ingram competed in many of those events, the primarily cash game player couldn’t find any tournament success, but as one of the poker world’s top PLO authorities, Joe Ingram and the great game are never far apart.
Over the last few years, Ingram has built one of the poker world’s biggest followings through his award-winning podcast and Pot Limit Omaha content. Over the next few months, Pot Limit Omaha will have an even bigger platform, with some episodes of “Poker After Dark” pitting the best four-card players against one another.
“Watching will be great for the game,” Ingram said, before talking about some of the players that fans could see on those Omaha PAD episodes. “You can get some of the best players together to play in that game.”
Ingram did mention that he would be interested in PLO games on “Poker After Dark,” while also mentioning a few legends that would make up his dream Pot Limit Omaha “Poker After Dark” lineup.
“Obviously, Phil Ivey and Tom Dwan, those guys from before.” Ingram said, before adding, “Patrik Antonius, Zigmund, Phil Galfond. Viktor Blom still plays a lot and I’m sure Doug Polk could have some fun with it.”
Many of those players only compete on the highest level and with the opening game boasting a $100,000 minimum buy-in with $200/$400 blinds, “Poker After Dark” will certainly fit those parameters. For Ingram, that, along with the select Pot Limit Omaha games, will set PAD apart.
“There are other cash games running,” Ingram said, referencing Poker Night in America and Live at the Bike. “The way “Poker After Dark” started to separate themselves, you had really high stakes, with some of the best players and some of the most well-known players.”
Those stakes and players will return later this month, when “Poker After Dark” reboots exclusively on PokerGO.