Poker Night in America Episode 8 (vid)

American flag with poker chips

Poker Night in America is back with their latest episode of the televised high stakes poker show. The series sees the return of some of the biggest personalities in the game come back to battle it out on the televised high stakes tables.

Episode eight follows on from last week in which we shared two episodes and brings another quality 22 minutes of poker action. This week sees the usually suspects with the likes of Tom Schneider, Kirsty Arnett, Mike “The Mouth” Matusow, Justin Smith, Phil Laak, Eli Elezra and Matt Glantz taking to high stakes poker whilst the episode also has a much closer look at Greg Mueller.

Poker Night in America is an invitation-only cash game that sees players have a minimum buy-in amount of $5,000 and the small and big blinds being $25 and $50 respectively. They can reload as many times as they like and can even place a straddle bet if they so choose.

The highly popular series has already thrown up a wealth of poker entertainment between the top pros and even a well talked about confrontation between Shaun Deeb and Mike Matusow when the former purposely slow rolled his opponent for fun.

The show takes a different approach to many of the older late night poker shows on the television by focusing on the players and showing us all a little bit more about them. This episode for example lets us get to know Greg Mueller ever so much more both with regards to his poker and his personality.

The last hand in particular is a fun one to watch as Mueller manages to bluff the table and especially Phil Laak when holding nothing more than the 6-2. It has to be seen to be believed but is certainly worth it once you do. The best thing about it is that it is the sort of move that Phil Laak would pull off himself.

Sit back, relax, take in some high class entertainment and enjoy!


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