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New Poker After Dark to Feature Past Heads-Up Champions

Phil Hellmuth, Chris Ferguson, Paul Wasicka, and Ted Forrest Compete in $200,000 Winner-Take-All Heads-Up Tournament

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Season four of NBC’s Poker After Dark is once again switching from its original format for an all-new week of episodes that will feature heads-up play between the four previous winners of NBC’s National Heads-Up Poker Championship.

Phil Hellmuth (2005), Ted Forrest (2006), Paul Wasicka (2007), and Chris Ferguson (2008) all put up $50,000 for the $200,000 winner-take-all heads-up tournament. Each round is double elimination.
Phil Hellmuth vs. Ted Forrest
Here are the matchups:

2005 Champion Phil Hellmuth

VS.

2006 Champion Ted Forrest


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Paul Wasicka Vs. Chris Ferguson
2007 Champion Paul Wasicka

VS.

2008 Champion
Chris Ferguson

The first episode premieres on Tuesday at 2:05 a.m. on NBC. Five shows will appear in the same timeslot for five consecutive days. On Sunday at 1 a.m., a special “Director’s Cut” episode will air and recap the week’s action. For more Poker On TV listings, click under the Tools and Tips link on Card Player.com.

 
 
 
 
 
 

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