Manz Talks Tom Dwan Coming to Poker After Dark

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Aug/12/2017

Manz takes a break from his Spanish vacation to report on the news of the elusive Tom Dwan's upcoming appearances on Poker After Dark.

The $100,000 minimum buy-in, $200-$400 no-limit hold’em cash game at Aria casino in Las Vegas will be live streamed over the internet via PokerCentral.

Dwan was among the show’s most popular players, thanks in no small part to his aggressive play.

“I travel around a lot to play poker, and in Manila and Macau people ask me about those shows," Dwan said in a statement. “All over the world people liked watching those, and every time I get asked ‘When will they be back?’ I’m excited that now, after six years, they will be back. The shows were fun, they ended up being more interesting and more fun than I expected.”

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