GGpoker Presents "Game of Gold" TV series

Last Updated
November 21, 2023

Hey Ontario! Are you ready for a fresh twist in poker entertainment? GGPoker, in partnership with Poker After Dark, has launched "Game of Gold," a groundbreaking series that premiered on November 10 on It's where the thrill of high-stakes poker meets the excitement of reality TV!

Broadcast from Seoul, South Korea, and hosted by the esteemed Ali Nejad, this series features 16 of the world's best poker players, including our very own Canadian poker star, Daniel Negreanu, alongside other greats like Jason Koon and Maria Ho. They're up against each other in a variety of poker games, where one wrong move could mean elimination from the show.

But there's more to "Game of Gold" than just card skills. It’s a mental and strategic battle, testing the players' ability to stay cool under pressure and outwit their opponents. The series offers a fascinating glimpse into their strategic thinking and emotional journeys, combining the intensity of poker with the unpredictability and drama of reality TV.

Ontario poker fans will get an up-close look at the players' mental gymnastics and personal dynamics. The show promises a unique viewing experience, blending the intricacies of high-stakes poker with the compelling nature of reality TV. It's a perfect mix for those who love a good game of strategy and a dash of television drama.

Make sure to tune in to GGPoker's YouTube channel every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 7AM ET. "Game of Gold" is not just a poker game; it's a showcase of skill, nerve, and strategy, offering a must-watch experience for Ontario's poker enthusiasts and reality TV fans alike. Don't miss this innovative approach to poker entertainment!

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Ryan Fisler
Ryan Fisler

Ryan is a poker enthusiast and entrepreneur currently living in Kingston, Ontario.

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