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Poker TV Guide: What To Watch This Month

After poker TV classic Poker After Dark went – well – dark back in 2011 few of us expected a resurrection; but Poker Central have taken over this popular show as they have the WSOP and have a new season going which claims to have mixed games, cash games and sit’n’goes. They’ll be starting with a $100k buy-in cash game with $200/$400 blinds

So those of you who forked out for the annual subscription on Poker Go can still get your money’s worth now that the WSOP is over.

The current schedule has six episodes coming up lined up in two tranches being released as follows:

It’s not clear if events will be live streamed or edited down as yet. But either way it will be worth giving a shot. Especially as Doyle Brunson is confirmed for the first round.

The WPT Series XV continues

Each event of theWPT is getting three one hour episodes this season. Airing on the Fox Sports Network on Sundays at 23:00 in the USA. This month they’ve got the following episodes on:

Though if you miss something they’re normally up on ClubWPT within a week or so.

Live At The Bike

Live at the Bike are doing two special streams in August running from 1400-1900 PT on the following days:

You can watch that live on their website, or their Twitch channel.

PokerStars Barcelona ( have their Barcelona event coverage scheduled starting 12:00 CEST.

You can catch all the action for this €10,300 buy-in tourney on the PokerStars website, or their Twitch channel.

King of the Hill on Twitch

The 22nd might be a busy day for watching since Twitch will also be streaming King of the Hill, a $50,000 buy in HU winner take all tournament which Jungleman, Polk, Hellmuth and Kassela are booked in for. That will also spill over into the schedule for the 23rd.

You’ll need to pull up the site on the day in order to catch that.

Let us know in the comments if we’ve missed anything you’re aching to see.

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