Poker After Dark presented two strong lineups this week, headlined by reigning World Series of Poker Main Event champion John Cynn. Cynn made his debut inside the PokerGO Studio together with three-time $50k Poker Players Championship winner Michael Mizrachi, forming the foundation of two very entertaining nights of play.

The action on both nights required a $20,000 minimum buy-in and the $100/$200 blinds with a $300 big blind ante kicked things into a higher gear from the start. Watch the first night in the player below, as a three-way all in featuring Farah Galfond spiced things up, as well as a big clash between Michael Mizrachi and Justin Young. The lineups were completed by Maria Ho, Alan Richardson, Bob Bright, and Alan Richardson.

Rise and Grind on Poker After Dark – Day 1

If you’re a fan of John Cynn, you might want to start with the second night of play, as the Main Event champ bounced back for an epic performance that had him three-barrel bluffing versus Michael Mizrachi, followed by taking down a six-figure pot versus Alan Richardson.

Rise and Grind on Poker After Dark – Day 2

Looking for more Poker After Dark action? The action in the PokerGO Studio resumes on Tuesday with “Masters of the Main” featuring both John Cynn and Scott Blumstein. New to PokerGO? Subscribe right now to watch all of this and much more as we provide more than 100 days of live poker action every single year.

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