There’s been a lot of buzz and anticipation about the impending opening of the all-new PokerGO Studio at the Aria Casino in Las Vegas. A mere week after the grand opening, I got to check out the first ever permanent home for televised poker and it certainly lives up to the hype.
In this photo essay, I’ll take you on a virtual tour of the facilities. Once you check it out, I guarantee that you’ll want to come and visit this place in person; it’s simply phenomenal!
When watching ESPN’s WSOP Main Event broadcast, it’s impossible to ignore the sheer amount of information that the commentators seem to know about all the featured poker players.
This article gives you an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at precisely how all of that information gets compiled and then delivered to the commentary teams.
Heading into the summer of 2017, I was happily looking forward to the first three weeks of June, during which I’d be attending my second World Series of Poker. I had no plans to attend the Main Event and I certainly had no idea what was in store for me just a few weeks hence: the opportunity to work for Poker PROductions.
I hope you enjoy reading the story of how it all happened; it’s a fun one!
Poker fans will assuredly be in for a real treat once the Super High Roller events series airs on TV. The man responsible for producing these Poker Central events is none other than Mori Eskandani, of Poker PROductions. Having experience putting together shows like High Stakes poker for our viewing pleasure, Eskandani is a legend. He kindly agreed to an interview, which we’re positive you’ll want to read and listen to.