New Poker After Dark Highlighted by Tom Dwan Return

Published on Aug 11th, 2017

Tom Dwan is the headliner in the first three episodes of Poker After Dark on PokerGO (WPT photo)

When PokerGO announced they were bringing Poker After Dark back as part of their schedule, there was plenty of speculation as to who would be on the show. Fans seemed to want some of the players who played on the show before mixed in with some of the top younger talent that has emerged since the show last ran.

Nobody thought it would mean the return of Tom Dwan though.

Thursday night, PokerGO announced the first three lineups for the show and Dwan is scheduled to be playing in all three.

The first three days of PAD are a $100,000 minimum buy-in cash game with $200/$400 blinds and a $400 button ante. The first show airs live on PokerGO, Monday, August 14 at 8 pm ET. Subsequent episodes will also air live on Tuesday, August 15 and Wednesday, August 16.

The nosebleed wunderkind, once a regular PAD participant, has been playing in Macau and Manila and has spent very little time in the public eye since Black Friday.

“The shows were fun, they ended up being more interesting and more fun than I expected. It also helped that I won basically every hand that I played. If I called they were bluffing, if I was bluffing they folded. I’m hoping that continues,” said Dwan.

The first episode also features Daniel Negreanu and Antonio Esfandiari while Doyle Brunson and Andrew Robl are both scheduled to play in the second and third episodes.

Jean-Robert Bellande, Lauren Roberts and Bill Klein will also appear on all three episodes.

Lineup #1 - Monday, August 14
Tom Dwan
Daniel Negreanu
Antonio Esfandiari
Jean-Robert Bellande
Lauren Roberts
Bill Klein
Lineup #2 - Tuesday, August 15
Tom Dwan
Doyle Brunson
Andrew Robl
Jean-Robert Bellande
Lauren Roberts
Bill Klein
Lineup #3 - Wednesday, August 16
Tom Dwan
Doyle Brunson
Andrew Robl
Jean-Robert Bellande
Lauren Roberts
Bill Klein

Comments

  1. Yawn

  2. Dwan is going to win all the money those line ups are a joke.

     
  3. The king of the overbet is back, making tv poker great again!

  4. zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

    2007 called, it wants its line-up back.

    Edited By: redhat_jane 4 Days Ago at 01:08 AM
  5. Yawn

 
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