Poker Central And Cakeworks To Produce New Documentary Series “Insiders”

The ultimate destination for poker tournaments, cash games, and lifestyle fans far from the table, Poker Central has partnered with CakeWorks, a full-service digital video agency. The two are producing a new short-form documentary series titled “INSIDE: Super High Roller Bowl 2018,” which premieres on May 10 at PokerGO. The series will feature three regulars – Daniel Negreanu, Brandon Adams, and Seth Davies – on the dangerous circuit as they prepare for this year’s Super High Roller Bowl.

The seven-part series was created in collaboration with Emmy-winning producer Jesse Cook, who is known for his work on the SHOWTIME original series “All Access.” The episode will give fans a behind-the-scenes look at how these top-flight players prepare for the world’s most elite stakes tournament. Viewers can watch Negreanu, Adams, and Davies, who prepare the Super High Roller Bowl in advance, from start to finish. The first episode will be available on Poker Central’s YouTube channel for a limited time. After the premiere date on May 10, additional episodes will be released in the weeks after the Super High Roller Bowl and will only be available exclusively on FokerGO.

“We wanted to give fans a new perspective on poker – an internal perspective on the training these high-stakes players need to get to the top of the game,” said Sam Simmons, Poker Central’s vice president of content. “We look forward to highlighting the intense preparation Daniel, Brandon, and Seth go through in their own unique way, from being a super-high roller ball.”

Nicknamed “Kid Poker,” Negrianu was inducted into the Poker Hall of Fame in 2014. Boasting a total of more than $36 million in real-time revenue, Negrianu also topped the list of all-time global prize money, has six World Series poker bracelets and two World Poker Tour titles, and is the only two-time World Series of Poker (WSOP) Player of the Year winner in WSOP history. His fellow competitor Seth Davies has won more than $1.9 million in real-time revenue. Davis won his first major real-time title at the 2016 Party Poker WPT Canadian Spring Championship. Brandon Adams earned more than $3.1 million in live events, which saw Adams top the 2017 Poker Masters at $50,000 with $819,000. This is Negrianu’s fourth Super High Roller Bowl appearance, and first for Davis and Adams.

“We’re excited to debut this intimate series on Poker GO with our longtime partners at Poker Central,” said Rebecca Paoletti, co-founder and CEO of CakeWorks. “Poker Central’s incredible accessibility has given us the ability to glimpse the secret poker world, beyond tournaments, inside and outside the felt.”

The 2018 Super High Roller Ball will be held from May 27-30 at ARIA Resort & Casino, with 48 players expected to participate, with 18 being VIP guests. The buy-in is $300,000 with a non-refundable deposit of $30,000. The total prize money is expected to exceed $14 million, with the first-place winner receiving approximately $5 million. Classified as an open event, the Super High Roller Ball does not require an invitation to participate. 카지노사이트 순위

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