'Poker After Dark' to Televise Unaired Cash Game
Lineup Features Tom Dwan, Phil Ivey and Patrik Antonius
Poker After Dark will air a previously recorded but never-before-seen cash game starting on June 4, a source close to the show told Card Player. The $200,000 minimum buy-in includes Phil Ivey, Tom Dwan, Patrik Antonius, David Oppenheim, Eli Elezra and David Peat.
The cash game was previously slated to air during winter 2011, before the show took a hiatus in September. The program currently has reruns on the NBC Sports Network, which was previously Versus.
The last season — number seven — was filmed at Aria in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Poker After Dark has been home to some of the most memorable cash game hands ever filmed. Here’s a look at a classic bluff from the hyper-aggressive Dwan in 2009.
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