The staffs of Poker Productions have been doing extremely well lately with their show in NBC called Poker after Dark. The show now emphasizes a theme called Railbird Heaven wherein the gathered players will play with prop bets plus higher stakes in the game.
In this show, Poker after Dark – the most popular players in the poker world will be up against one another. The show will also feature the best of online poker. The buy in will start with $100,000 and will not be more than $250,000.
Surely top poker player Phil Ivey will be in the game due to high stakes that it features. He will be joined by other poker’s finest like Daniel Negreanu, Phil Hellmuth, Patrick Antonius and Gus Hansen.
One player that everyone should watch for would be online poker professional Tom Dwan who has been transitioning well from passive to live play of poker. In this television show he will be up against the cream of the crop of the poker world.
The PAD episodes this week so far have shown some peculiar bets by these players. There have been proposition bets that have moved the games along when they started to get boring. At one point, the group played a hand blind, and Negreanu suggested they should do it every hour. Ivey replied by saying they should do it every couple of minutes.
The poker show runs on NBC nightly at 2:05 AM. Every Saturday of the week, a director’s cut of the weeks prominent actions will be shown. Negreanu, Ivey, and Hellmuth have levelled up the action with their prop bets, and the world is waiting to see the outcome in the next three episodes.
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