Poker Central, the world’s only 24/7 poker channel, has promised more live content for 2016 starting with Poker Central Live at the Bike scheduled for release in April.
Poker Central continues to make up for lost time with the news of more original live content planned for 2016.
The first of these new offerings is a show called Poker Central Live at the Bike and as you can guess from the title it’s a poker show concentrating on live cash game action from the Bicycle Casino in California.
Poker Central launched in October 2015 with a less than impressive roster of programs. They promised 24/7 poker action. They never made promises about the quality. The content was old, dated and often dull. However, things are slowly starting to pick up, with new shows and ideas produced every couple of months.
Poker Central Live at the Bike will be a new show for Poker Central customers, but it’s not a new show. The cash games have been live streamed at liveatthebike.com and their Twitch channel twitch.tv/liveatthebike for quite some time now. Joker Gaming LLC will continue to produce.
It will be the network’s first live show. The first episode will air April 20 at 10 pm (ET). The poker room contains close to 200 tables with 100 of those regularly used for cash games. The World Poker Tour (WPT) hold Deepstack events at the venue as well as their Legends of Poker event. The World Series of Poker (WSOP) also holds circuit event action there.
The current live stream brings you an ad-hoc mixture of top professionals and regular grinders. Poker Central promises much of the same. No names have been released at the time of writing. Commentary will be by Nichoel Jurgens and Abe “Limon” Hepner.
It’s the fifth bit of something different in the past 12-months. Pokerography and Inside Poker with Matt Savage have gone down well. Maria Ho’s presence on the Poker Central Live Twitch show is a must see, and the Super High Roller Bowl II will making a grand entrance soon with some of the greatest players in the world gracing your screens.
Poker Central is available online at Amazon Fire TV, the Apple App Store, Filmon.tv, Roku TV, Xbox One and Xbox 360. Anyone with access to TV channels offered by the National Cable Television Cooperative (NCTC) can also watch the show.