Poker After Dark starts now on PokerGO with the premiere of “Rise and Grind” week. The first of two nights puts 2018 WSOP Main Event champion John Cynn on display along with a host of other strong players.

The $100/$200 No Limit Hold’em cash game includes a $300 big blind ante and a minimum buy-in of $20,000. Watch the full stream here:

Cynn is joined by Michael ‘The Grinder’ Mizrachi, whose nickname is eponymous with this week’s theme. Mizrachi makes his first appearance on Poker After Dark since winning his third Poker Players Championship during this summer’s WSOP.

Farah Galfond jumps on the Poker After Dark felt only a few weeks after starring in “Solve for Hollywood” week. Galfond booked a win to close out her session last time around and is looking to add another big day to the Poker After Dark legend.

Speaking of legends, Poker After Dark regular Bob Bright sits down for the first time since he played on “Wine and Cheese” week a few months ago. Justin Young played next to Bright that week and returns to play tonight.

Florida businessman Alan Richardson is back for more Poker After Dark following some time away from the PokerGO Studio.

Richardson played in “Open House” week to cut the ribbon on the PokerGO Studio.

The final participant in tonight’s game is new to Poker After Dark but familiar with high stakes. Vitaliy Rizhkov participated in the 2015 Super High Roller Bowl and is at ARIA for another High Roller battle.

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