PokerGO Launches First Episode of No Gamble, No Future

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PokerGO Launches First Episode of No Gamble, No Future
05 Sep

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PokerGO has launched the first episode of their highly anticipated new show No Gamble, No Future early and the reaction has been overwhelmingly positive.

The show featured a $200/$400 live cash game with stars from past and present making their way to the studio to show us all what they’ve got. The line-up was Matt Su, Patrik Antonius, Ryusuke Daifuku, Eric Persson, Matt Hanks, Eric Hicks,and Dylan DeStefano.

$200/$400 High-Stakes Cash Game

Minimum buy-in for the game was $100,000 but most didn’t stop there.

The show is set-up to be as entertaining as possible with the line-ups chosen specifically for this purpose. Veteran commentators Brent Hanks and Jeff Platt handled the show in their usual style with the chemistry we have come to expect.

Brent Hanks, PokerGO Director of Programming and co-commentator on No Gamble, No Future, said:

"We understand the poker viewing audience wants to see entertaining poker content and we look forward to delivering just that with No Gamble, No Future. The lineups will be fun, the stakes will be big, and the action will be electric.”
There is also some sit & go action going on throughout the next set of episodes with seven players stumping up $10K to try and take home the $50K first-place prize.

The PokerGO blog posted:

"Sit-n-go action takes center stage for the next set of episodes as seven players put up $10,000 each to try and take home the $50,000 first-place prize. Newly announced PokerGO Ambassador "Boston" Rob Mariano is joined by Faizal Khoja, Christina Gollins, Jeremy Ausmus, and the return of Elezra, Morey, and Ho. The season will conclude with episodes cut from the four premiere streams that featured Eric Persson, Matt Hanks, Eric Hicks, Adi Chugh, Alan Keating, Pedro Velasco Adnet, and Jean-Robert Bellande playing $200/$400 No-Limit Hold'em."

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Mark from London in the UK is a professional cash game player, and part time journalist. A massive chess fan and perpetual traveller.Read more


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