The action heats up on PokerGO in October with the world’s biggest buy-in PLO tournament, a first-ever broadcast of the PokerGO Tour’s PLO Series, and the return of the ever popular High Stakes Poker and No Gamble, No Future ongoing series to our screens, which continue full steam ahead with new lineups for fans to enjoy.
Super High Roller Bowl: Pot-Limit Omaha
The biggest buy-in Pot-Limit Omaha tournament in the world will take center stage at the PokerGO Studio from October 15-17, 2023, with the $100,000 buy-in Super High Roller Bowl: Pot-Limit Omaha.
Driven by the demand from PGT players, the first-ever Super High Roller Bowl: Pot-Limit Omaha will also feature a single reentry option on Day 1. The three-day event will also be captured on PokerGO.com from Day 2 onwards as some of the best Omaha players in the world are expected to partake in this inaugural event.
Watch Day 2 and Final Table action from October 16 – 17, at 4 p.m. ET.
PGT PLO Series
The second installment of the PGT PLO Series returns to the PokerGO Studio from October 19-30, 2023, with a 10-event schedule many of which are set to be broadcast for the first time. The marquee event on the schedule is the $25,000 Pot-Limit Omaha Championship that was won by Lautaro Guerra in March. Guerra won three events in total and was crowned the PGT PLO Series Champion and was awarded the $25,000 championship bonus.
The stakes remain high for PGT PLO Series with the $25,000 championship bonus returning. The schedule however will feature a few new events including the $15,000 PLO Progressive Bounty and the $10,00 PLO Dealer’s Choice.
The PGT PLO Series will also see the debut of the PokerGO Studio Triangle Room. A single-table streaming room that will be used for PGT tournaments such as this so that the PokerGO Studio floor can be maximized with poker tables. For the PGT PLO Series, there will 15 poker tables in play along with the livestreamed final table.
Watch PGT PLO Series final tables from October 20-30, at 4 p.m. ET.
High Stakes Poker
Following a short break due to Poker Masters and Super High Roller Bowl VIII, season 11 of High Stakes Poker picks back up in October with a new lineup of players. Jean-Robert Bellande, Rick Salomon, Jennifer Tilly, Rob Yong, and Andrew Robl return to the felt, and they are joined by Bob Bright, William Tjokro, and DoorDash co-founder Stanley Tang to play $200/$400 No-Limit Hold’em.
Following two episodes of this lineup, a new set of players will join Tilly, Tang, and Yong. They include Farah Galfond, Matt Berkey, Jason Koon, and Ferdinand Putra to play $200/$400 No-Limit Hold’em.
To close out the month, the penultimate lineup of the season will see Brandon Steven, Bobo Chann, and Justin Gavri join Salomon, Bellande, Tilly, and Yong to play $200/$400 No-Limit Hold’em.
Watch Season 11 episodes of High Stakes Poker every Monday at 8 p.m. ET.
No Gamble, No Future
The final episode of Cash of the Titans will kickoff the month with Andrew Robl looking to fend off a late surge from Patrik Antonius, Matthew Gonzales, Rob Yong, or Markus Gonsalves. Once the dust settles on the $600,000 side bet, a new wave of players will take center stage on the No Gamble, No Future set.
Phil Hellmuth headlines a $50/$100 No-Limit Hold’em game that also features Arden Cho, Lawford Edwards, Lynne Ji, Matt Steinberg, Shawn Madden, and Justin Young. The final lineup of the season will see a $100/$200 No-Limit Hold’em game featuring Eric Hicks, Kevin Martin, Matt Berkey, Matt Steinberg, Lynne Ji, Eli Elezra, Daniel Negreanu, and Hellmuth.
Watch Season 3 episodes of No Gamble, No Future every Wednesday at 8 p.m. ET.
What Did You Miss in September?
The month of September would see tournament action return to PokerGO with the Poker Masters and Super High Roller Bowl VIII.
Winners throughout the Poker Masters included Vladas Tamasauskas, Darren Elias, Chino Rheem, Andrew Lichtenberger, Orpen Kisacikoglu, Nick Schulman, Stephen Chidwick, Justin Bonomo, and Jonathan Jaffe. Chidwick’s win, combined with three additional cashes, would se him awarded with the Poker Masters Purple Jacket and $50,000 championship bonus.
The 20-entrant Super High Roller Bowl VIII created a prize pool of $6,000,000 that paid the final four spots. Following the elimination of Chris Brewer on the money bubble, Jason Koon was eliminated in fourth-place, and Stephen Chidwick went home in third-place.
Previous champion Isaac Haxton was looking to join Justin Bonomo and Timothy Adams as multi-time winners of a Super High Roller Bowl as he faced off with Andrew Lichtenberger heads-up. Following a long and intense heads-up match, Haxton emerged victorious and took home the $2,760,000 first-place prize, and his second Super High Roller Bowl title.