Poker After Dark will return to PokerGO this Wednesday at 6 p.m. ET with the first episode of “GOAT Week” Studio Cut. Season 10’s “GOAT Week” has been split into six made-for-TV episodes headlined by 2008 NBA Champion and 10-time NBA All-Star Paul Pierce.
Over 10 hours of action was captured across two nights of $100/$200 No-Limit Hold’em action, and on the first night, Pierce was flanked by 15-time WSOP bracelet winner Phil Hellmuth, Poker Hall of Fame member Mike Sexton, Oscar-nominated Jennifer Tilly, Hollywood producer Randall Emmett, Dusk Til Dawn owner Rob Yong, and Alan Keating. The second night would see fan-favorite Tom Dwan join the table as he and fellow young gun Keating clashed in several notable pots, while Brandon Cantu also joined in the mix later in the session.
Watch the Poker After Dark | Season 10 (2019) | GOAT Week collection now on PokerGO.
The first seven seasons of Poker After Dark saw each week split into six episodes – one of which was a director’s cut – before switching to full streams for the final four seasons from inside the PokerGO Studio. PokerGO is now releasing cut down versions of the live streams in easy-to-consume TV-length episodes of roughly 45-minutes featuring all the highlights and best hands from the week.
Following the six episodes of Season 10’s “GOAT Week”, there will be six episodes of Season 9’s “Power Play” that features Nick Schulman, Daniel Negreanu, Jean-Robert Bellande, Jeremy Ausmus, Justin Young, Bob Bright, John Morgan, and Bill Klein playing $100/$200 No-Limit Hold’em. Season 11’s “One Night in Vegas” will follow with Daniel Negreanu, Albert Daher, Freddy Deeb, Nick Schulman, Mike Matusow, Eli Elezra, and Frank Stepuchin playing $50/$100 No-Limit Hold’em.