- High Stakes Poker is returning for Season 10 in January 2023
- The upcoming season will feature both new and old faces
- Fans can watch Season 10 and all other previous episodes exclusively on PokerGO
High Stakes Poker will be back for its 10th season next year! PokerGO has yet to release the exact dates but confirmed in a recent announcement that the first episode of High Stakes Poker Season 10 will hit the screen in January 2023.
Season 10 to Feature Both Old and New Faces
The iconic poker show returns with a similar set of poker elites battling it out at the table, including Phil Ivey, Daniel Negreanu, Phil Hellmuth, Tom Dwan and Doyle Brunson. Fans can also look forward to seeing new faces appearing on the show, with PokerGO marking the important occasion with special offerings, giveaways, and more, according to PokerGO president Mori Eskandani.
High Stakes Poker Season 10 was filmed at the state-of-the-art PokerGO Studio at ARIA Las Vegas. It remains unknown how many episodes will be aired for the upcoming season, though it will likely involve more than a dozen episodes, similar to Season 9.
Real money poker fans can expect massive action, with the minimum stakes set at $200-$400. Veteran poker commentators A.J. Benza and Gabe Kaplan will once again take charge of the broadcast booth.
High Stakes Poker first launched in January 2006 on the Game Show Network (GSN). The show ran for seven seasons on GSN until 2011. Nine years later, PokerGO’s parent company Poker Central acquired the High Stakes Poker brand and its assets, including all episodes.
Catch High Stakes Poker Exclusively on PokerGO
Poker Central revived the popular cash game TV program, launching Season 8 in 2021 exclusively on PokerGO, the show’s new home. It was followed by Season 9 which aired from February to May 2022.
The previous season had 14 episodes, with the finale featuring some intense action between Tom Dwan and DoorDash founder Stanley Tang. Dwan ended up with the biggest cash of $894,500, followed by Tang ($589,500), Patrik Antonius ($321,000), Phil Ivey ($310,000), Jason Koon ($302,500), Daniel Negreanu ($93,500) and Doyle Brunson ($75,000).
Season 9 also saw a number of newcomers joining in on the action, including cash game specialist Garrett Adelstein, 2021 World Series of Poker (WSOP) Main Event winner Koray Aldemir, and Kim Hultman of the popular YouTube channel LetsGiveItASpin.
All episodes from the previous nine seasons are available on subscription on PokerGO. Select highlights from the program are also uploaded on PokerGO’s YouTube channel.