24-Hour Cash Game for TV | The inaugural Poker Den was UK televisionӳ first 24 hour cash game

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24-Hour Cash Game for TV

Hellmuth, Tony G, and Devilfish Return to the PartyPoker Poker Den for Big Cash Game - PartyPoker yesterday announced the ҐartyPoker Poker Den: The Big Game IIҠwill take place on Monday Sept. 17. It will be broadcast on television around the world next year. The format is a 24-hour continuous cash game where each player buys in for a minimum $10,000, with blinds starting at $25/$50. Players are free to leave the table at any time they want.

The inaugural Poker Den was UK televisionӳ first 24 hour cash game and was dominated by a performance by Phil Hellmuth, described by commentator Padraig Parkinson as Ԩalf murder, half suicide.ԠHellmuth is expected to return and join a line-up that includes Dave Ԕhe DevilfishԠUlliott, Tony G, Roland De Wolfe, Brian Townsend, Liz Lieu, Ian Frazer, Dan Carter, Roy Brindley, Nikolaus Jedlicka, Ian Woodley, Anthony Hardy, Neil Channing, Dave Gregory and Phil Curtis. Names are still being added to the line-up.

Clips from PartyPoker Poker Den: The Big Game I program broadcast on Five in the UK earlier this year have become cult viewing on the internet with Tony G and the Devilfish revelling in Hellmuthӳ misery after the poker brat failed to win a significant pot for 12 hours. Other popular clips include Tony G ҷelcomingҠPhil Curtis to the table and Juha Helppiӳ Phil Hellmuth impression.

A PartyPoker spokesman said: Ԍast time there were fireworks and we donӴ expect anything different this time around. We are just worried that weӬl find a room big enough to accommodate their egos. Wembley Stadium wasnӴ available so we had to settle for something smaller.ԍ






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