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At the end of each episode of Pardon the Interruption, co-host Michael Wilbon signs off by saying, “Same time tomorrow knuckleheads.”

While Drea Renee didn’t end last night’s “Leave It to Seiver” cash game with those famous last words, she could have. The same lineup of knuckleheads, you have to be kind of a knucklehead to play nosebleed No Limit Hold’em, is set to reconvene to play the same stakes on Poker After Dark for a second straight night on PokerGO.

Scott Seiver, Garrett Adelstein, Bob Bright, Yong “Jackie” Wang, Chris Kruk, and Poker After Dark favorites Matt Berkey and Ben Lamb return for another battle-filled session of $200/$400 No Limit Hold’em and the action should mirror what PokerGO viewers saw on Monday. 

That “Leave It to Seiver” opener began with an over $200,000 pot and the action only grew as the night went on. Matt Berkey and Garret Adelstein collided in arguably one of the most entertaining pots of 2017, but they weren’t the only players that made headlines. Poker After Dark first-timer Chris Kruk booked a solid win on his debut and Ben Lamb made a few big calls and big folds that prove that he’s one of the best high stakes players in the world. 

The second “Leave It to Seiver” $200/$400 cash game is now live on PokerGO. To watch the high stakes action, subscribe to PokerGO now for a free 7-day trial, and make sure to follow Poker Central and PokerGO for all your Poker After Dark updates. 

“Poker After Dark” lineups and structures are subject to change. 

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