Poker Night in America at The Gardens Casino

Chicago, Il – August 28, 2017 – Poker Night in America, the popular high stakes poker show that airs weekly on CBS Sports Network, has partnered with The Gardens Casino, in Hawaiian Gardens, CA, to film new episodes as well as a main event final table this September 22nd – 26th. The Gardens Casino recently underwent a $90 Million renovation and is now one of the largest and most well-appointed poker facilities in the world.

“We are very excited to be going to the Los Angeles area and to be partnered with such a tremendous casino as The Gardens,” said Todd Anderson, President of the show’s production company. “Everyone knows L.A. is a hotbed for poker as well as Hollywood celebs. We’re looking forward to some interesting games.”

Anderson went on to say that some high profile players are already committed to play in the event including Jennifer Tilly, Kevin Pollak, Mike Matusow, Jamie Gold and Eli Elezra.

The Gardens is also offering a unique promotion to its guests. Any person that plays in any live or tournament poker game will have a chance to win a seat at the Poker Night in America televised cash game. Drawing tickets will be awarded to all players seated at a qualifying Hold’em or Stud table where Aces Full or better are made or Four Sixes or better in Omaha games during the promotional period.

Drawings will be held on Sundays until September 3rd to determine which 27 winners will enter the Poker Night in America Freeroll

Of the 27 winners, 9 will be moving on to the Poker Night in America Freeroll final table for a chance at the following: 9th thru 3rd place will receive entry into $1 Million Guarantee NLH Tournament worth $565. 1st and 2nd place will receive PNIA cash game buy-in seats worth $10,000 each for Friday Sept. 22, 2017. More information on this promotion can be found at The Gardens Casino website.

All of the filming will be streamed live hand-for-hand at www.twitch.tv/PokerNightTV, as well as edited for broadcast on CBS Sports Network nationwide. The filming set is open to public, and people are encouraged to stop by and see their favorite poker pros and celebrities battle it out over the felt.

Media Contact:
Todd Anderson
[email protected]




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