PokerGO Monthly Preview: March 2024

By Tim Duckworth
March 01, 2024

The high-stakes tournament action returns in March on PokerGO, with the PGT Mixed Games being livestreamed for the first time.

Following that will be the PGT PLO Series, and among these two PGT series will be continued episodes of High Stakes Poker and No Gamble, No Future.

PokerGO Preview March

High Stakes Poker

The brand-new season of High Stakes Poker continues with a new lineup of players to open the month.

The $200/$400 No-Limit Hold’em game will include the return of Jean-Robert Bellande, Vivian Yang, Santhosh Suvarna, Justin Gavri, and Andrew Robl from the opening two episodes. Chino Rheem will join in the mix, as does Nik Airball.

Making his return to High Stakes Poker for the first time since 2011 is Phil Laak who will take the seat that was occupied by his partner-in-crime, Jennifer Tilly. This lineup will play three episodes before a new wave of players will take a seat in Episode 6 and include Brandon Adams, Stanley Tang, and Charles Yu to go along with Suvarna, Gavri, Airball, and Robl.

Watch Season 12 episodes of High Stakes Poker every Monday at 8 p.m. ET.

PGT Mixed Games

The PGT Mixed Games returns from February 28 to March 8 with a ten-event schedule. Buy-ins range from $5,100 to $25,300 and the series will culminate in the crowning of the PGT Mixed Games champion, who will capture the PGT Gold Cup and $10,000 PGT Passport.

For the first time in PGT Mixed Games history, several of the final tables will be livestreamed on PokerGO. Event #1: $5,100 H.O.R.S.E. and Event #2: $5,100 8-Game will kickoff the livestream schedule and will be followed by Event #3: $10,200 H.O.R.S.E. and Event #4: $10,200 8-Game.

In February 2023, Dan Zack was crowned the inaugural PGT Mixed Games champion, while in October 2023, Chino Rheem topped the leaderboard.

Watch PGT Mixed Games final tables from February 29 to March 2.

PGT PLO Series

The highly successful PGT PLO Series returns for the third installment from March 20-29 with a ten-event schedule. Buy-ins range from $5,100 to $25,200 and the series will culminate in the crowning of the PGT PLO Series champion, who will capture the PGT Gold Cup and $10,000 PGT Passport.

The final tables from the first nine events will be livestreamed on PokerGO, concluding in the $25,200 Pot-Limit Omaha Championship.

In March 2023, Lautaro Guerra was crowned the PGT PLO Series champion after winning three events, while in October 2023, Daniel Geeng took the top honors after winning the $25,200 Pot-Limit Omaha Championship.

Watch PGT PLO Series final tables from March 21-29.

No Gamble, No Future

Season 4 of No Gamble, No Future concludes this month with the final two episodes that feature the return of Nik Airball, the Professor, Charles Yu, and Brandon Adams. They will be joined by Jean-Robert Bellande for the first time this season, and also Eric Wong and Matt Kirk who make their No Gamble, No Future debuts.

These seven players will be playing $200/$400 No-Limit Hold’em/Pot-Limit Omaha rotation – the first time a hybrid cash game has been spread in No Gamble, No Future history.

Watch Season 4 episodes of No Gamble, No Future every Wednesday at 8 p.m. ET.

What Did You Miss in February?

A plethora of events took place on PokerGO in February with the talking point being the premiere of Season 12 of High Stakes Poker.

No Gamble, No Future continued with Season 5 action, and it included some big names such as Jennifer Tilly, Eric Persson, Matt Berkey, Brandon Adams, Justin Young, and Phil Hellmuth.

The Celebrity Poker Tour Invitational II featured content creators, poker pros, sports stars, and many more. It also produced the front-runner for one of the craziest hands of the year in an event that saw Princess Love rise to victory.

The 5th Annual Global Poker Awards took center stage at the PokerGO Studio with 29 trophies presented throughout the evening to poker players and industry members. Watch the full show here:

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Tim Duckworth

After finding the game of poker while completing his Bachelor of Commerce degree at university, Tim Duckworth’s life took an unexpected turn as he found himself covering his first poker tournament following the 2007 World Series of Poker. That tournament would kickstart his freelance poker journalist career that has seen him travel the entire world […]

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