Poker After Dark returned last week with two “Solve for Hollywood” week cash games. The PokerGO Studio played host, Ali Nejad called the action, and six-figure pots were commonplace during the high stakes sessions.
Garrett Adelstein, Matt Berkey, and Farah Galfond headlined both nights, while Hollywood producer Randall Emmett brought Poker After Dark back with bang.
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Emmett opened the week with a Best of PokerGO feature and continued to make noise with a few Las Vegas showgirls and plenty of ice cream. While Emmett was the entertainer, Dave Peters booked the biggest win. The California attorney made good on his Poker After Dark debut, winning more than $160,000.
The first few hours of the “Solve for Hollywood” finale followed the same script as the night before. Peters shot out of the gates and was cruising along until he ran into “G-Man.” Adelstein flopped a straight and won a massive pot towards the end of the night to book an over $100,000 win. Matt Berkey also ended in the black, after failing to turn a profit in the opener.
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