Poker After Dark Returns with Short Deck Debut

“Big Three” week features Short Deck for the first time.

Short Deck Poker, an exciting and fun variant of Texas Hold’em game that has been making headlines everywhere lately is now being hosted for the first time in the history of Poker After Dark.

Big Three week features a two-day cash game mix of No Limit Hold’em, Pot Limit Omaha, and Short Deck (also known as Six Plus Hold’em). Blinds are $100/$200 including a $200 big blind ante for NLHE and PLO while Short Deck features $100 ante from every player on the table and a $200 button ante. Minimum buy-in is $20,000 and Short Deck is played with a $20,000 cap.

Among the players to participate are partypoker ambassador Ike Haxton who recently shipped a Short Deck tournament, Ben Lamb, and Brandon Adams. Ryan Tosoc, Jonathan Depa, and Justin Ligeri are also confirmed to join the lineup.

The game will be live-streamed tonight on PokerGO.

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