When No Gamble, No Future returns to PokerGO on March 22, poker fans may expect to see a “Who’s Who” of famous players. At 8 p.m. Eastern Time, the debut will begin with two episodes back-to-back.
Up to the end of May, new episodes will air every Wednesday. Among of the notable players that viewers may expect to see are 2003 WSOP Main Event winner Chris Moneymaker, high-stakes live and online player Patrik Antonius, and Maverick Gaming CEO and high-stakes player Eric Persson.
Kevin Martin, a Canadian who was on Survivor and is now a GGPoker ambassador and Twitch broadcaster, is here, too.
Brent Hanks, director of programming at PokerGO and co-commentator on the show, remarked, “The first season of No Gamble, No Future shattered our expectations and we could not be more eager to run it back for Season 2.”
We’re bringing in a new element with the Wheel of Pain, and the money and personalities are going to be flying. I can’t wait till Season 2 begins so we can really raise the bar for poker entertainment.
Release information for the next season
Viewers of the program may participate in poker games with stakes ranging from $25 to $50 to $200 to $400. There is a lot more going on in the program than just the poker on the felt, so to speak.
Hanks is joined in the No Risk, No Future commentary booth by Jeff Platt for Season 2. Without providing any specifics, the PokerGO team claims that the “Wheel of Pain” will “push the game to whole new levels of fun.”
Platt explains that the program’s introduction was motivated by a desire to provide “thrilling new poker material lots of excitement at huge stakes,” and that the show “delivered on so many levels.” Season 1 featured some of the most spectacular poker moments ever captured on video, and Season 2 promises even more high-octane action.
Expanding access to paid sporting events
As the popularity of poker programs that can be seen online grows, PokerGO has increased the frequency of its cash games. In February, the site hosted the No Gamble, No Future “Cash of the Titans” live broadcast, which resulted in a large sum.
The almost $2 million pot at stake in that hand between Antonius and Persson was the highest ever in a US poker live telecast. The two are back at the negotiating table after Antonius’s victory.
With the return of No Gamble, No Future, PokerGO is anticipating more memorable experiences. Before the WSOP live coverage begins in early June, the streaming service will air more than 40 hours of fresh poker programming. Some examples of this are:
Through the end of May, No Bet, No Future will be showing.
High Stakes Poker continues to air brand new episodes during the month of May.
From March 24 to April 4, you may watch the US Poker Open online.
PokerGO users may watch previous episodes of No Gamble, No Future in addition to the current season. PokerGO also has a YouTube channel where you can watch highlights.
PokerGO may be accessed from any Android device, iOS device, Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, or web browser in the globe.