The new year is upon PokerGO and a busy month of January is planned with the conclusion of the inaugural No Gamble, No Future season, a brand-new season of High Stakes Poker, and the return of the PokerGO Cup.
The third annual PokerGO Cup kicks off the 2023 PGT season from inside the PokerGO Studio with an eight-event schedule running from January 11-20.
All eight events will be exclusively No-Limit Hold’em with buy-ins starting at $10,000 and concluding with the $50,000 finale. The player that earns the most PGT points during the PokerGO Cup will win the $50,000 championship bonus and be awarded the PokerGO Cup.
Daniel Negreanu won the PokerGO Cup in 2021 on the back of winning Event #7 and cashing a total of four times on his way to accumulating $996,200 in tournament winnings. Jeremy Ausmus won the PokerGO Cup in 2022 on the back of winning Event #4 and cashing a total of four times on his way to accumulating $824,500 in tournament winnings.
Watch PokerGO Cup final tables from January 12-20, at 4 p.m. ET.
High Stakes Poker
Everyone’s favorite high stakes poker show is back in 2023 with Season 10 of High Stakes Poker taking center stage on PokerGO following the conclusion of the PokerGO Cup.
Season 10 will feature the most episodes since Season 4, and the action will kick off on January 24 with Episode 1 that features Eric Persson, Jennifer Tilly, Bobby Baldwin, Ema Zajmovic, Chino Rheem, Matt Hanks, and Jean-Robert Bellande.
Players returning to the High Stakes Poker set for Season 10 include Antonio Esfandiari, Bill Perkins, and Daniel Negreanu, while some faces making their debut include Eric Hicks, Alan Keating, and Stanley Choi.
Watch Season 10 episodes of High Stakes Poker starting January 24.
No Gamble, No Future
The conclusion of the first season of No Gamble, No Future will wrap up prior to the PokerGO Cup with the final two episodes. Eric Persson headlines the show that also includes Alan Keating, Jean-Robert Bellande, Pedro Velasco Adnet, Eric Hicks, Adi Chugh, and Matt Hanks playing $200/$400 No-Limit Hold’em
Watch Season 1 episodes of No Gamble, No Future every Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET.
What Did You Miss in December?
The final month of 2022 on PokerGO would see the continuation of No Gamble, No Future which included a $10,000 buy-in sit-n-go won by Maria Ho. Following Ho’s victory, Alan Keating, Jean-Robert Bellande, Pedro Velasco Adnet, Eric Hicks, Adi Chugh, and Matt Hanks all sat down to play $200/$400 No-Limit Hold’em.
High Stakes Duel III returned with Round 5 action featuring Phil Hellmuth defending his winner’s chair against Jason Koon. Koon emerged victorious to win the $1.6 million prize pool, and he now awaits a Round 6 opponent.
The second annual RGPS: All-Stars ProAM was held inside the PokerGO Studio and attracted a 65-entrant field. Survivor’s Boston Rob Mariano emerged victorious and won the $8,775 first-place prize.
The inaugural PokerGO NFT Invitational kicked off December with a huge party, and an even bigger tournament as 134 entrants took part in the $25,000 freeroll. Horseshoe Las Vegas dealer Kristopher Dearie topped the field to pocket the $5,000 first-place prize.
To close out the month, the PGT Championship was eligible to the top 21 on the PGT leaderboard for 2022. The players were competing in the $500,000 winner-take-all freeroll and it would be Jason Koon topping off a stellar year by defeating Sean Winter heads-up to win the $500,000 first-place prize.