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PokerNews to Provide Live Stream for PartyPoker Big Game VI

Tony G

The PartyPoker Big Game VI is set to take place in Vienna from April 11 through 13, and for the second straight year PokerNews will be providing an exclusive live stream bringing viewers all the action!

The PartyPoker Big Game VI will run nonstop for 48 hours alongside the World Poker Tour Vienna Main Event, and many of poker's biggest names are expected partake in the action. Tom Dwan, Patrik Antonius, Phil Laak, Luke "Full Flush" Schwartz, Tony G, Sam Trickett and Erik Seidel, among others, will be competing in the PartyPoker Premier League V from April 4 through 10 in Vienna, and most if not all will likely stick around to play in the Big Game.

We've also heard rumblings that Andrew Robl has been offered a seat. We can only imagine that he'll have a bike waiting for him upon arrival courtesy of Tony G.

Last year, viewers watched live as Tony G dominated the PartyPoker Big Game V to the tune of £150,450 in profit. A good chunk of those winnings came in a three-way all in with {A-Hearts}{A-Spades} against Martins Adeniya's {A-Diamonds}{K-Diamonds} and Rob Yong's {Q-Hearts}{Q-Spades}. Tony G said afterward it was the biggest pot of his life.

Other winners from last year's Big Game were Jennifer Tilly (+£66,925), JP Kelly (+£27,775), Robert Williamson III (+£26,350), and Roland De Wolfe (+£25,675). Rob Yong (-£50,000), Keith Johnson (-£35,000), Mike Matusow (-£29,350) and Sam Trickett (-£23,700) were among the players who left the Dusk Till Dawn poker room with holes in their pockets.

Live commentary for next month's PartyPoker Big Game VI will be provided by Hall of Famer Jesse May, and Kara Scott will be presenting the action from the sidelines.

Stay tuned because we'll have more information leading up to the PartyPoker Big Game VI!

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