Poker2Nite Preview April 14, 2010

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Joe Sebok and  Scott Huff deliver another ‘don't miss' episode of Poker2Nite on Versus this Wednesday night at 11pm EDT - guests include the NAPT Mohegan Sun winner, plus Ty Stewart in-studio, and the babe-a-licious Erica Schoenberg

UB.net's leading poker news television series continues on Wednesday, April 14th  at 11pm EDT on the Versus Network. Episode seven in the 12-week run of Poker2Nite presents special guest Vice President of Harrah's Interactive Entertainment, Ty Stewart,  the winner of the 2010 NAPT Mohegan Sun Main Event, and this week's Girls of Poker segment featuring Full Tilt's own "Poker Babe" Erica Schoenberg.

Join ‘Seebs' and Huff in studio, when they welcome Harrah's VP on set and "On the Clock". With a short six weeks out from the 2010 WSOP kick off,  the co-anchors turn their attention to Poker's Big Dance; find out what players and fans can expect at the 2010 World Series of Poker now that ex-Commissioner Jeffrey Pollack is no longer at the helm.

Ty Stewart , VP of Harrah's and the WSOP franchise is in the hot seat this week in the regular Poker2Nite spot known as "On the Clock". See how Stewart fares in the 60 second Q & A, after he sheds some light on changes to the tournament schedule and moving the Main Event out of the Amazon Room, and what the plan is to fill Pollack's big shoes at the RIO this year.

Poker2Nite goes on location with special correspondent Kristy Arnett of Poker News  at the NAPT Mohegan Sun; Arnett speaks with title winner Vanessa Selbst, the native New Yorker Yale graduate, who emerged $750,000 richer after besting a field of 716 in the $4,700 buy-in Main Event.

Also featured is a meet with Team FTP Pro player Erica Schoenberg. Dana Workman goes ‘green' with Ms Schoenberg...on the golf green that is, where she catches up with the fit and fabulous Erica in the latest edition of Girls of Poker.

Workman returns with the best of the reader "Mailbag" questions, while dishing the beat on David "The Maven" Chilotsky, and serving up her pick of the social media across the week, including engaged sweethearts of the game Lex Veldhuis and Evy Ng, Scotty Nguyen and Todd Brunson.

Catch ‘Seebs' and Huff debate the rising celebrity of Tom "Durrrr" Dwan, "isildur1" dropping out of Party's Big Game IV in London, and whether Pro players from other sites should be boycotting events sponsored by competing sites.

Poker2Nite's loyal audience continues to grow in the Wednesday night time slot on Versus in the U.S. Fans of the show outside of the U.S. can catch Poker2Nite on SportsNet in Canada and The Poker Channel in Europe. Viewers should consult their local listings for exact airtimes.

UB.net continues with its WSOP seat giveaway promotion where viewers can win one of two Main Events seats each week for free. More information on Poker2Nite, including video clips from Season 1, can be found at UB.net.

About Poker2Nite

Hosted by poker radio superstars Joe Sebok and Scott Huff, Poker2Nite offers a fast-paced and exciting look at poker from a unique perspective. Sebok and Huff bring their passion for poker to every episode of the weekly poker TV series with interviews, analysis and commentary on the world of poker, covering everything from online poker superstars to land-based icons. Season 1 featured interviews with some of the biggest names in poker including Phil Hellmuth, Andy Bloch, Lon McEachern, Joe Cada, Annie Duke, Brandon Cantu, Doyle Brunson and more.


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