After a break in high stakes cash games during the World Series of Poker, Poker After Dark is back. The action resumes with Hollywood producer Randall Emmett and high stakes professionals Matt Berkey and Garrett Adelstein headlining “Solve for Hollywood” week. Back-to-back nights of $200/400 No Limit Hold’em action begins August 1 and both sessions will be streamed live on PokerGO.

Emmett returns to Poker After Dark after making a show-stopping entrance during the World Series of Poker Main Event. Marching band or not, Emmett will bring the noise to two nosebleed cash games, along with Matt Berkey and Garrett Adelstein. The high stakes duo have battled on Poker After Dark in the past and each have highlight reel worthy resumes at the highest stakes.

Jacky Wang also returns, along with Don Nguyen. The former was a regular when Poker After Dark first rebooted in 2017, while Nguyen played alongside Bill Perkins and Antonio Esfandiari when the PokerGO Studio debuted earlier this summer. While the rest of the “Solve for Hollywood” lineup has Poker After Dark experience, Gal Yifrach and David Peters will be making their first appearances.

Yifrach is an entrepreneur by trade, but won his first World Series of Poker bracelet this summer. Peters is an attorney based out of San Diego, but is no stranger to deep tournament runs and high stakes cash games. Most notably, Peters made the final two tables of the WSOP Main Event in 2015 for a career-best $325,000 result.

Both “Solve for Hollywood” lineups are listed below:

Dates: Wednesday, August 1 Thursday, August 2
Stakes: $200/$400 No Limit Hold’em
$500 BB Ante
Buy-in: $50,000 $50,000
Players:  Randall Emmett Randall Emmett
Matt Berkey Matt Berkey
Garrett Adelstein Garrett Adelstein
Jacky Wang Jacky Wang
Don Nguyen Gal Yifrach
Gal Yifrach David Peters
David Peters TBD

“Solve for Hollywood” week begins August 1. Subscribe now to watch new episode of Poker After Dark and to relive past high stakes cash games.

“Poker After Dark” lineups are subject to change.*

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