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Poker After Dark to Feature Tom Durrrr Dwan vs. Phil Ivey

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Dec/08/2009

Bluff Magazine is reporting that, for the next two weeks, For the next two weeks, NBC's late night show Poker After Dark will feature high stakes cash game play with the likes of Patrik Antonius, Tom Dwan and Phil Ivey.

From NBC:

When the world's best poker players and the game's biggest personalities get together to play in a high-stakes, winner-take-all tournament, you never know what's going to happen. Tune in to watch all the action when the cards fly, the tempers flare, and the chips fall on TV's groundbreaking new poker program, Poker After Dark.

Starting January 2nd, 2007, six of the world's best poker players will gather in Las Vegas each week to play in this invitation-only event.

The buy-in; $20,000 each. The prize; $120,000 to the winner and a lovely parting gift for everyone else.

Hosted by Leeann Tweeden, each week's tournament will follow the action from the time the players shuffle up and deal until the last pot is pushed to the winner. In between, you'll see first-hand why the pros say it takes more than just good cards to be a winning player.

 

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