It’s been almost ten years, but the return of High Stakes Poker is finally here.
Tonight, the first new episode of High Stakes Poker will debut on the PokerGo streaming service beginning at 8 PM ET. Episodes will then drop every Wednesday at the same time. Fans of the poker show will be able to view the episodes with a monthly $14.99 subscription or $99 for an annual subscription.
Earlier this month, High Stakes Poker released a teaser video featuring some of poker’s all-time greats. Included in the video were a very familiar list of names such as Phil Ivey, Phil Hellmuth, Tom Dwan, Bryn Kenney and Doug Polk.
High profile whales such as Rick Salomon and Michael Schwimer will be duking it out with the pros for the $100k-$200k buy-in game, which is filmed at the PokerGO Studios, located at the ARIA Resort and Casino in Las Vegas.
For the cash game broadcast on December 16th, these players will be seated:
- Tom Dwan
- Jean-Robert Bellande
- Bryn Kenney
- Rick Salomon
- Nick Petrangelo
- Michael Schwimer
The familiar broadcasting team of Gabe Kaplan and A.J. Benza will also be returning to their roles as hosts, which they held during the first six and five seasons of the original High Stakes Poker, respectively.
PokerGo even posted a preview clip for fans that is directly from tonight’s show. The hand features High Stakes Poker favorite Tom Dwan and former MLB pitcher Michael Schwimer:
— PokerGO (@PokerGO) December 16, 2020
Also on PokerGo
In addition to the relaunched High Stakes Poker, you can also find classic episodes from previous seasons of High Stakes Poker. The streaming service gained to the rights of the show following acquisition of the brand earlier this year.
PokerGo also brings other poker classics to the platform, including from past World Series of Poker events, World Poker Tour and Poker after Dark. The platform even produces a plethora of new live poker content including new episodes of Poker After Dark, High Stakes Duel, Poker Masters and the Super High Roller Series. Exclusive poker infotainment and documentaries are a staple of PokerGo include Hand Histories, Legends of the Game, Grinders and Real Talk, to name just a few.