September 1, 2010 (CAP PR Wire) — September on The Poker Channel has everything a Poker fan could wish for.

Europe’s largest televised cash game continues this month: in Million Dollar Cash Game the buy- ins start at $100,000, but the winnings can be millions- so can the losses. Featuring the best of poker’s elite and the biggest pots in the game’s history this battle of egos and rebuys is not to be missed

The World Series of Poker Europe 2009 will be getting its first airing on the channel in the run up to the 2010 Main Event taking place in London in September. Though smaller than its Vegas counterpart, the £10,000 entry fee deters all but the most dedicated and talented players, so expect to see all the biggest names, including 2007 winner Annette Obrestad and 2008 winner John Juanda.

Brand new to the channel this month- Poker Stars Caribbean Adventure 2010. Highlights of the three famous tournaments that now form part of the North American Poker Tour: World Cup of Poker, High Roller and the Main Event.

Coming soon:
The Poker Player Show, a brand new series hitting your screens this autumn. We’ll be bringing you all the latest news from the biggest events and interviews with the top names in the industry. This month will feature coverage of the London Poker Festival- the world’s largest gathering of poker events, which takes in WPT, Poker in the Park and the inaugural British Poker Awards

September on The Poker Channel – The Home of Poker.

Million Dollar Cash Game: Sundays 2300 CET

Europe’s largest ever televised cash game. Top professionals meet in London, each paying at least $100k to take part

Poker Stars Caribbean Adventure 2010: Starts Tuesday 7th September 2200 CET

Some of the world’s greatest poker talent stake a claim of the massive prize pool in the Main Event, compete for national supremacy in the World Cup of Poker or just aim to come out on top in the High Roller event

World Series of Poker Europe 2009: Starts Wednesday 1st September 2200 CET

What happens when you combine the richest sporting event in the world with the glamour of London? For the first time in its history the World Series of Poker is awarding bracelets outside Las Vegas.

Poker After Dark: Monday- Saturday 2300 CET

Groundbreaking tournament structure in which winner takes all- $120,000. Formidable pros battle it out against a Vegas backdrop over five nights Sit & Go Challenge (commercial presentation): Every Friday 2200 CET

2008 Irish Open Winner Neil Channing joins David Tuckman to analyse action from TV’s virtual Casino as top players go head to head for our entertainment.

Related posts: