Tuesday’s “The Prestige” opener had a little bit of everything. There were big names, big personalities, and even bigger pots. The same lineup returns tonight, save for one player, to conclude a magical week of Poker After Dark cash games.

Antonio Esfandiari returns to lead the line, but that is nothing new for “The Magician.” Esfandiari has been a Poker After Dark favorite over the last decade, including some memorable moments from early seasons, which are available in PokerGO’s THEVAULT, and his recent appearances during “Holidays with Hellmuth” and “Moon Magic” week.

While Esfandiari might headline tonight’s lineup, it is Bill Perkins that returns flying high. Perkins won pot after pot during Tuesday’s $50/$100 cash game and ended the night up over $200,000. He’ll hope to fill the stat sheet on back-to-back nights, but this week’s debutantes look like they are more than comfortable under the PokerGO lights and high stakes Poker After Dark.

Devon Watt, Bob Nouri, Robert Sanchez, and philanthropist Darol Rodrock all showed well during their first Poker After Dark appearances, along with NBA veteran Bob Sura. The 2005 first round pick wasn’t afraid to mix it up and together with Esfandiari and Perkins formed “The Prestige” week’s “Big Three.”

Will the “Big Three” reign supreme during the “The Prestige” week finale? Watch live on PokerGO to find out and be sure to follow PokerGO on Twitter for “The Prestige” content throughout the broadcast.

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