It’s a good week for fans of livestreamed cash games.
Tonight, on Hustler Casino Live, Phil Hellmuth makes his return to the Los Angeles poker streets for the first time since April of last year. The game isn’t the biggest we’ve seen Hellmuth in, but it’s still high stakes: $50/$100. Arden Cho, fresh off a runner-up finish in the PGT Championship Freeroll, joins Hellmuth at the table, along with HCL regulars Mike X, Jeremy “JBoogs” Levin, and Brazil God.
Hellmuth’s last few appearances on the show haven’t gone well so we could see him come out all guns blazing tonight. Hellmuth’s cash game style is unique, to say the least, but the man himself provides pure poker entertainment–and no one can deny that.
Poker Coaches Night on Bally Live
If that’s not exciting enough, Wednesday night on Bally Live Poker it’s “Poker Coaches Night”. The lineup for the evening will see some of the top poker coaches in the industry put their money where their mouthes are, literally. It’s coach vs. coach vs. coach vs. coach–on and on and on–perhaps a chance for each site to distinguish themselves in the eyes of the audience.
The coaches assembled by BLP showcase some of the poker world’s best training sites and, unsurprisingly, each of them plays world-class poker. It’s a stacked lineup with very few, if any, soft spots.
There’s Justin Saliba, representing PokerCoaching.com; Landon Tice, representing SolveForWhy; Alex Foxen representing Chip Leader Coaching; Jesse Sylvia representing Floptimal; Andrew “LuckyChewy” Lichtenberger representing Octopi Poker; and Ryan Laplante representing Learn Pro Poker.