$1m Buy In Cash Game at Hustler Live with Doug Polk and Ryan Keating

February 27, 2024
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Kristijan Lekoski

$1 Million Poker Stream Details

Hustler Casino Live is set to make waves once again with its $1 million buy-in poker games scheduled for May 28-31. The star-studded lineup includes renowned players such as Doug Polk and Alan Keating, promising an electrifying poker experience.

Alan Keating

The series kicks off with $500/$1,000 blinds in no-limit hold'em. However, as is customary in Hustler Casino Live streams, the advertised blinds serve as a starting point. Anticipate frequent straddles and potential increases in blinds, given the deep starting stacks of at least 1,000 blinds.

The action coincides with the commencement of the 2024 World Series of Poker (WSOP) in Las Vegas. Contrary to expectations, last year's simultaneous scheduling did not dampen viewership, with over 20,000 concurrent YouTube viewers during the May/June 2023 streams, marking them as some of the most-watched poker live-streams ever.

A comprehensive list of players and their respective playing dates is yet to be finalized. However, confirmed participants include Polk, Keating, Tony G, Nikhil "Nik Airball" Arcot, Santhosh Suvarna, along with regulars Charles Yu, Handz, and Brandon Steven.

Will it Be Even Better This Year?

The 2023 $1 million games delivered intense moments, with memorable bluffs and record-breaking pots. Notably, Polk bluffed a $1.1 million pot to Tom Dwan, who later won the largest live-streamed poker pot ever—$3.1 million—against "Wes Side" Wesley Fei. As we approach the 2024 games, the question arises: Can the Dwan/Wesley pot record be surpassed? Only time will tell when the action unfolds on May 28.

Q&A Section

Q: Who are the confirmed players for the $1 million poker games?
A: Confirmed participants include Doug Polk, Alan Keating, Tony G, Nikhil "Nik Airball" Arcot, Santhosh Suvarna, Charles Yu, Handz, and Brandon Steven.

Q: When will the $1 million poker games take place?
A: The high-stakes action is scheduled for May 28-31, coinciding with the start of the 2024 World Series of Poker in Las Vegas.

Q: What was the highlight of the 2023 $1 million games?
A: One notable moment was Tom Dwan winning the largest live-streamed poker pot ever—$3.1 million—against "Wes Side" Wesley Fei.


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