Starting on Monday, November 20th, two nights of thrilling live cash game action are coming to PokerGO highlighted by the presence of one of the game’s premier personalities: Scott Seiver.

“Leave It to Seiver” presents a No Limit Hold’em cash game to Poker After Dark with a $100,000 minimum buy-in and $200/$400 blinds. No less than four players make their Poker After Dark debut during, while Seiver, Ben Lamb, and Matt Berkey are the familiar faces.

Seiver competed on “Voices Carry,” against the likes of Jason Koon and Nick Schulman, before taking down the ARIA High Roller Series event for $270,000 in October. Berkey also played on “Voices Carry,” and tangled in both “Rumble with Jungle” and “Perks of the Trade.” The life story of the Leechburg, PA native can be watched on PokerGO as well, as Dead Money followed Berkey around in his preparation and play in the 2015 Super High Roller Bowl.

Fresh off finishing ninth in the World Series of Poker Main Event, Lamb took down “Voices Carry” on Day 2, resulting in a $150,000 payout, before playing two nights on the debut of Pot Limit Omaha on Poker After Dark during “PLOMG” week.

New Faces on Poker After Dark

Garrett Adelstein, Bob Bright, Chris Kruk and Yong Wang make their debut on Poker After Dark. These four gentlemen are no strangers to high stakes poker action, having been in the game for many years.

Adelstein, also known as G-Man, has years of high stakes cash experience and appeared in the 28th season of CBS’ Survivor. Kruk made a name for himself in online tournaments, becoming an instructor of Run it Once, and he continues to compete at the highest level. Bob Bright brings the most experience to the table, having participated in the Big One for One Drop back in 2012 and is a regular in Ivey Room’s “Big Game.”

Wang, a family man from Macau, goes by “Jackie” and has played for high stakes against some of the biggest names in the world, and he’s coming to Las Vegas to make his debut under the bright lights.

The two days of high stakes No Limit Hold’em are available exclusively on PokerGO, along with past Poker After Dark episodes on-demand through PokerGO’s event replay library. Try PokerGO for free for seven days today!