The second part of the Poker After Dark $150,000 Cash Game is in THE VAULT on PokerGO featuring some of the best action in the history of the show. A whopping total of $1.5 million is on the table with six-figure pots a regular theme in the episode.

The stakes are high for the $300/$600 game with money and pride on the line.

Tom Dwan and Patrik Antonius are side-by-side and add another chapter to their rivalry. The tension builds with every pot they enter together and some of the best hands they’ve ever played take place in this episode.

Dwan accumulated his fair share of rivals over the span of his career including Phil Ivey, Phil Hellmuth, Viktor Blom, and Antonius. The Finnish superstar and the U.S. legend are a match made in high stakes heaven. The entire table holds it’s breath when the two battle. This episode is the last time they bash heads in Season 6. More action is to come in Season 7.

Back in the game are record producer Alan Meltzer, high stakes regular Gabe Kaplan, and Eli Elezra.

David ‘Viffer’ Peat is in the game as well and comments on a few occasions on the budding “bromance” between Antonius and Dwan. Phil Laak sits down late in the show and gets destroyed by Dwan in some of the best pots in Poker After Dark history.

Laak’s opinion of Dwan’s play battles between joy and dread but he can’t help but gush at how Dwan steamrolls the table.

If you’re looking for more action from Dwan, check out PokerGO which has all episodes from his Poker After Dark return in August.

Antonius’ stature in the poker world is in demand by fans who eagerly await his return to televised cash games.

More Poker After Dark action is coming to PokerGO before the end of the month. Stay tuned to PokerGO social media and Poker Central for all news. The U.S. Poker Open arrives next week to PokerGO with nine days of live stream action.

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