High Stakes Hit Poker After Dark

For the next two weeks there is going to be big action on Poker After Dark.
The show is going to be featuring a high stakes cash game with Tom Dwan, Gus Hansen, Phil Hellmuth, Daniel Negreanu, Patrik Antonius and Phil Ivey.
This week’s episode is called ’Railbird Heaven’ and since this is a high stakes game the minimum players can buyin for is $100,000 dollars and the maximum is $250,000 dollars.
Blinds are still going to start at  $200/$400 dollars but there are going to be other surprises such as, prop betting.
There are plenty more surprises planned for the show but the producers are keeping their lips closed.
You can watch Poker After Dark on NBC at 2:05am Monday through Friday followed by the ‘Directors Cut’ edition each Sunday morning.
You can learn and play with the pro’s on Full Tilt Poker and if you are a new member you can get a deposit bonus up to $600 dollars.

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