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Poker After Dark $50K Idol Week Kicks Off

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All this week, “Poker After Dark” is hosting a $50K Idol game featuring five young guns battling poker legend Doyle Brunson. Each player received a starting stack of 50,000 in the unique sit and go and the blinds began at 300/600. You can catch “Poker After Dark” nightly at 2:05am ET on NBC.

poker videoBrunson was far from chatty during Monday night’s episode. Instead, Full Tilt Pokerpros Andrew “luckychewy” Lichtenberger and Tom “durrrr” Dwan provided most of the soundtrack. “Poker After Dark” makes its home at Aria in Las Vegas.

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Bill Perkins Plays ATM on High Stakes Poker

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poker videoPerhaps venture capitalist Bill Perkins was feeling a little generous on Saturday’s episode of GSN’s “High Stakes Poker.” Perkins ended down over $350,000 during his two-week stint on the longstanding cash game series and was involved in several of the largest pots of the night.

You can catch all new episodes of “High Stakes Poker” on Saturdays at 8:00pm ET and 11:00pm ET on GSN. The series is in its seventh season.

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Scott Huff Replaces Chris Rose on PokerStars Big Game

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poker videosFans of the PokerStars-sponsored “Big Game,” a cash game series that airs late nights on Fox, will be in for a change when its second season begins airing in June or July. Chris Rose, who hosted Season 1 alongside Joe Stapleton, will focus on baseball duties for Fox. In his stead will be longtime poker media personality Scott Huff.

Huff, who co-hosted “Poker2Nite” alongside UB.com front man Joe Sebok, will now reunite with his PokerRoad partner. The contracts for Season 2 of the “Big Game” have not yet been signed and nothing official has been released from Fox or PokerStars in terms of when the show will air, although a June or July start date appears to be likely.

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Jonathan Duhamel Up Six Figures in High Stakes Poker Debut

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poker videoSaturday night marked the debut of 2010 World Series of Poker (WSOP) Main Event champion Jonathan Duhamel on the GSN cash game series “High Stakes Poker.” The show, whose new episodes can be seen at 8:00pm ET and 11:00pm ET on Saturdays, featured an all-new lineup this week containing three recreational players and five hungry poker sharks.

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Johnny Chan Returns to High Stakes Poker

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Johnny Chan returned to “High Stakes Poker” on Saturday night. The episode, which aired on GSN at 8:00pm ET, featured the final action from the first group of Season 7. Next week, a new lineup will be seated.

The action was pretty quiet this week. However, David “Viffer” Peat had the table talking early. In raised action pre-flop, Peat called with 6-3 and led out for $5,000 on a board reading 7-K-4-5 for a straight. Retired businessman Bill Klein, who was playing for charity, pushed the price of poker to $22,000 and Peat called to bring an ace on the river. The action went check-check and, upon seeing Peat show down 6-3,PokerStars pro Vanessa Selbst inquired, “Wasn’t that a raised pot?”

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