Tournament poker returns to PokerGO in September with the two longest-running PokerGO-owned and operated series returning. The 10-event Poker Masters will kick off the high-roller action in mid-September before it is followed by the $300,000 buy-in Super High Roller Bowl VIII. High Stakes Poker and No Gamble, No Future will continue as well, with new lineups around the corner.
High Stakes Poker
The highest-stakes session in the 11-season history of High Stakes Poker continues in September with two more episodes of $1,000/$2,000 No-Limit Hold’em. The lineup of Eric Persson, Charles Yu, Jean-Robert Bellande, Ferdinand Putra, Rob Yong, Andrew Robl, and Rick Salomon remain with Robl continuing his hot run of cards.
Following the final two episodes from that lineup, a new set of players will take a seat to play $200/$400 No-Limit Hold’em. Robl, Bellande, and Yong return, while making their season debut are Jennifer Tilly, Stanley Tang, Bob Bright, and William Tjokro.
Watch Season 11 episodes of High Stakes Poker every Monday at 8 p.m. ET.
No Gamble, No Future
The Cash of the Titans will come to an end this month on No Gamble, No Future, with the $600,000 side bet to be settled among the final five players. Eric Persson was eliminated on the final episode of the month after being on the losing end of the largest American televised poker cash game hand to Patrik Antonius.
The final episode of the month will see the stakes drop to $50/$100 No-Limit Hold’em with Phil Hellmuth headlining the table that includes Arden Cho, Lawford Edwards, Justin Young, Matt Steinberg, Shawn Madden, and Lynne Ji.
Watch Season 3 episodes of No Gamble, No Future every Wednesday at 8 p.m. ET.
The eighth installment of the Poker Masters will take center stage inside the PokerGO Studio from September 14-26 with 10 events on the schedule. Buy-ins start at $10,000 and climb to the $50,000 No-Limit Hold’em finale with every final table airing exclusively on PokerGO.com.
Every event is No-Limit Hold’em, and for the player that can accumulate the most PGT points throughout the 10-event series, they will be awarded the Poker Masters Purple Jacket and receive the $50,000 championship bonus. Previous winners include Steffen Sontheimer, Ali Imsirovic, Sam Soverel, Michael Addamo, and Sean Winter.
Watch Poker Masters final tables from September 15 – 26, at 4 p.m. ET.
Super High Roller Bowl VIII
After beginning in 2015, the Super High Roller Bowl is now up to its eighth installment in Las Vegas, Nevada, with Super High Roller Bowl VIII set to crown one of the PGT’s biggest first-place prizes in 2023.
In 2022, Daniel Negreanu topped a field of 24 entrants and defeated Justin Bonomo, Andrew Lichtenberger, and Nick Petrangelo at the final table to capture the $3,312,000 first-place prize. It was also Negreanu’s second-largest career score behind his second-place finish in the 2014 WSOP The Big One for One Drop.
The three-day event will see elite high-roller players from around the world play this $300,000 buy-in freezeout to see who will be crowned the next Super High Roller Bowl winner. Every minute of action will be streamed exclusively on PokerGO.com from Day 1 until the winner is awarded the Super High Roller Bowl championship ring.
Watch Super High Roller Bowl VIII action from September 28-30, at 4 p.m. ET.
What Did You Miss in August?
The month of August would see the return to episodic content on PokerGO with new seasons of High Stakes Poker and No Gamble, No Future. August also see the resumption of High Stakes Duel 4 with Daniel Negreanu in the winner’s chair.
Season 11 of High Stakes Poker debuted with the biggest stakes the show has ever seen with a $1,000/$2,000 No-Limit Hold’em cash game that featured a $500,000 minimum buy-in. The lineup included Eric Persson, Charles Yu, Jean-Robert Bellande, Ferdinand Putra, Rob Yong, Andrew Robl, and Rick Salomon.
Season 3 of No Gamble, No Future kicked off with the iconic Cash of the Titans livestream cut into episodes Andrew Robl, Markus Gonsalves, Rob Yong, Matthew Gonzales, Eric Persson, and Patrik Antonius played escalating stakes that begin at $500/$500 and rise to $1,000/$2,000. There wasn’t just $5 million on the table, but also a $100,000 per player side bet that would be scooped up by the biggest winner over the course of three days.
After defeating Eric Persson in May in Round 1 of High Stakes Duel 4, Daniel Negreanu’s next opponent would be Doug Polk. Negreanu emerged victorious in his rematch with Polk and captured the $200,000 prize pool before deciding to cash out and lock up the High Stakes Duel championship belt.
To close out the month, PokerGO hosted the Enclave Celebrity Invitational $50,000 freeroll. The field of 70 players included celebrities, athletes, and poker players, and it would be chess streamer Nemo Zhou securing her first-ever live tournament victory for $20,000 in prize money.