Poker Night in America Gets Vegas Residency


The Las Vegas poker scene is in for an elevated experience as Poker Night in America raises the stakes. After nine seasons in some of America’s most esteemed card rooms, the show has now taken up residence in a 10,000-square foot private mansion in Las Vegas, where it will launch its new content under the ‘Studio 52’ banner. Poker Night in America has engaged a wide-ranging line-up of poker personalities to broadcast from Studio 52, from Lon McEachern—the voice of the World Series of Poker on ESPN for over 20 years—to YouTube sensation Joey Ingram. Aceholes” duo Nikki Limo and…

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