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Saturday, September 02, 2006

Mike to play in another million dollar cash game

It should come as no surprise that given the success of the televised cash game show "High Stakes Poker" on Game Show Network (GSN), that other countries are following suit. Starting in January 2007, All In Sports (formerly known as The Poker Channel) will broadcast their version called the "Million Dollar Cash Game" to UK poker fans.

If you're a regular reader of the blog, you know that Mike has already played in many episodes of High Stakes Poker on GSN. He's also given us plenty of entertaining exhanges with the other players! With that said....

Our friend Mike Matusow will pony up a few hundred grand on September 12th at the Fifty Casino in London. This is where the game will be played and taped for broadcast next year. The set is closed to the public (just like the GSN show). Many well known International poker players will be playing in the 100K minimum buy in game so you can expect to see the following faces in action:

Phil Ivey, Gus Hansen, Howard Lederer, Erik Seidel, Jennifer Harman, John Juanda, Chris Ferguson, Marc Goodwin, and Tony Guoga.

The roster is still being finalized as I write this so schedule permitting, don't be surprised to see a few more US players such as Erick Lindgren, Phil Hellmuth, or Sammy Farha. I'm sure someone will post up the final product on a site like YouTube so that us US folks can see the show as well.

If you don't have 100K to buy into a big cash game, try the 1/2 NL game here instead. Many of the current Poker Superstars started here

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