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Stakes go up after dark
High rollers including Phil Ivey, David Benyamine and Eli Elezra will clash in the upcoming episode of Poker After Dark. Each participant will bring $50,000 to the table, creating the biggest prize pool in the history of the NBC show.
As in the past on Poker After Dark, the match will be winner-takes-all, but this time the stakes are higher than usual.
In previous episodes of the show the buy-in has been $20,000 instead of $50,000. This time, the winner will take home a massive $300,000, while the rest will leave with nothing.
With several ultra-aggressive players seated, and only the top spot to aim for, there will probably be a lot of spectacular poker action at the table.
Five of the participants are WSOP bracelet holders, and the six players combined have won over $25 million in poker tournaments.
Poker After Dark lineup:
Seat 1: David Benyamine
Seat 2: Allen Cunningham
Seat 3: Jennifer Harman
Seat 4: Phil Ivey
Seat 5: Barry Greenstein
Seat 6: Eli Elezra
The match will begin airing on NBC Monday October 8 at 2:05 a.m., and will continue for five consecutive nights in the same time slot. A special program called The Director's Cut will air Saturday October 13 at 1 a.m.