Poker2Nite Wednesday Night Preview

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Joe Sebok, Scott Huff and cast & crew deliver another must-see episode of Poker2Nite on Versus this Wednesday night at 11pm EDT - expect the pick of the headlines this week in poker to take center stage.

UB.net's popular poker news television series continues on Wednesday, April 7th  at 11pm EDT on the Versus Network. Episode six of Poker2Nite presents the week that was, plus what's hot and what's not in the world of online and live poker across the globe.

The Poker2Nite line-up for the post holiday weekend installment serves up special guests Dr. Jerry Buss of L.A. Lakers fame, and UFC ring announcer Bruce Buffer, better known in the explosive world of Mixed Martial Arts as the "veteran Voice of the Octagon"; plus this week's Girls of Poker feature shines the spotlight on UK poker babe and UB's very own Liv Boeree.

Tune in to play houseguest as iconic Lakers owner, Dr. Buss, invites Poker2Nite inside the California mansion he calls home for an exclusive glimpse of how Basketball's newest NBA ‘Hall of Famer' rolls. The 77 year-old talks B-ball, his beloved NBA defending championship team, and why he's happily devoting more of his time to the competitive game of poker.

In-studio, Bruce Buffer faces ‘Seebs' and Huff  in another riotous edition of regular Poker2Nite segment titled "On the Clock". Don't miss the co-anchors fire a series of 12 turbo-charged random and relevant questions across 60 seconds at Buffer, a big time poker player in his own right. The veritable household name amongst UFC fans sticks around long enough to discuss the growing appeal of poker amongst UFC fighters, to preview the upcoming UFC 112 card in Abu Dhabi, and to have some fun attempting to school Sebok with some of his smooth signature moves.

Also featured is a rocking meet with Team UB Pro player Liv Boeree. It's compelling viewing in this Wednesday's rollout of the Girls in Poker spot with Boeree, as she debuts some hot girl-on-guitar action, while the Poker2Nite team chat with her on location at the Studio at the Palms in Sin City.

Episode six also delivers Poker2Nite favorite Dana Workman with the best of the reader "Mailbag" questions received at Poker2Nite Online, while on-set duo Sebok and Huff dish up the  week's hottest headlines in poker, including PokerStars ‘Big Game', the ubiquitous Phil Hellmuth, and American rapper/actor Ludacris.

Poker2Nite has attracted a core audience of loyal Wednesday night followers at Versus in the U.S. Fans of the show outside of the US 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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