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GSN Renews High Stakes Poker

Season Four Begins Filming in May


High Stakes Poker will have a fourth season.

The Game Show Network (GSN) today announced that filming of the fourth season of High Stakes Poker will take place at South Point Casino in Las Vegas in May. The show is the most-watched series on GSN in the highly sought-after demographic of men ages 18 to 34.

"We are very pleased with the success of High Stakes Poker and the tremendous buzz it has generated," said Rich Cronin, President and CEO of GSN. "It is far and away the most talked-about poker show. We plan on making HSP 4 the richest season yet with players bringing up to a million dollars of their own money to play in the biggest cash game on TV."

The final episode of season three airs next Monday (April 9) at 9 p.m.

Featuring some of the biggest names in poker who sit with mountains of their own cash, it has become one of the most popular poker shows on television and the Internet. Sometimes there's more than $4 million on the table at one time. (Brad Booth himself sat with $1 million.)

Clips of the show have been downloaded thousands and thousands of time through the video-sharing site YouTube, and podcasts of the show have been downloaded more than 350,000 times through GSN and iTunes.


15 years ago

Let's see Chip Reese join and lets see some other games than NL Hold'em. I want HORSE :D


15 years ago

Really don't think Reese has any interest abount being on the show at all.
Doubt HORSE will be on show too long.