The PokerGO archives are stacked to the brim with exciting poker content and every week we highlight some pieces to get you ready for the weekend! This week on the Weekend Binge Watch, we take a look at all the action Dan ‘Jungleman’ Cates has been involved in!
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Jungleman has been on Poker After Dark three times since its glorious return in August of 2017, highlighted by his own week titled “Rumble with Jungle.” In a who’s who of high stakes legends, Cates battled for three straight nights against Doug Polk, Isaac Haxton, Jason Koon, Brian Rast, and Frank Kassela. Watch the recap of Day 1 of the $300/$600 action with a $200,000 minimum buy-in in the player below.
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Cates next appeared on “PLOMG” week as Cates crossed swords with his long-time rival Tom Dwan, Phil Galfond, Brandon Adams, Ben Lamb, and Isaac Haxton. This $300/$600 game with a $100,000 minimum buy-in can be found right here.
Lastly, Jungleman’s most recent appearance was on “Perks of the Trade” that featured a staggering $300,000 buy-in with $500/$1,000 blinds and a lineup that included Bill Perkins, Aaron Zang, Doug Polk, Haralabos Voulgaris, Rick Salomon, and Tom Marchese. As one of the biggest games ever streamed live on Poker After Dark, this is can’t miss-action.
Looking for some hot takes on the Poker After Dark action and today Friday Night Poker lineup? Barstool Smitty joined Remko and Brent on the latest edition of the Poker Central Podcast that you can catch right here.
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