High-stakes poker live streams are as popular as ever, and PokerGO is the latest to get in on the streaming action as a special live-stream edition of High Stakes Poker is set to air later this month.
The stream, taking place April 27 as a premiere for Season 11, will play with blinds of $200/$400 with a $400 big blind ante and will feature many of the regulars on High Stakes Poker, including Jennifer Tilly, Eric Persson and Bill Klein.
The special stream will also feature Matt Berkey and Nik “Airball” Arcot, who will step away from their currently underway heads-up challenge at Resorts World in Las Vegas. Doug Polk, also entangled in the feud, will be joining them on the special stream.
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“We could not be more excited to bring to life the first-ever livestream broadcast of High Stakes Poker,” PokerGO President Mori Eskandani said in a press release. “PokerGO is committed to increasing the worldwide visibility of the game we all love so much, and part of our strategy is new content offerings such as this live broadcast of High Stakes Poker that allows us to showcase poker and the community on the biggest platform.”
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PokerGO commentator Nick Schulman broke the news about the stream on Twitter when he announced the lineup of “great players” as well as “action kind of players.”
“Matt Berkey, I mean, this guy is just entrenched in controversy left and right, beefing with everybody,” Schulman said. “Pull up a seat for Berkey, obviously … Berkey, Polk and Airball, Persson, and then Tilly, Klein and (Rob) Yong just in the lion’s den.”
The special edition of High Stakes Poker will be available to watch live on PokerGO and YouTube.
Season 10 of High Stakes Poker is currently underway and Episode 11 is set to air on April 18. So far this season, the popular cash game show has featured the likes of Daniel Negreanu, Jean-Robert Bellande, Andrew Robl, Stanley Tang and Antonio Esfandiari.
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