Doyle Brunson Confirms He's All In ‘Poker After Dark’ Reboot

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Jul/30/2017

Legendary poker pro Doyle Brunson confirmed via Twitter Sunday he will be participating in this season’s “Poker After Dark” with filming to begin August 14 and airing on PokerGo.

“Poker After Dark” previously aired on NBC for seven seasons, from 2007 until 2011.

The Aria Resort & Casino in Las Vegas will play host to the reboot with Antonio Esfandiari and Daniel Negreanu also confirmed as competitors on the first episode.

- Nagesh Rath, Gambling911.com

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