Poker Central sign up Antonio Esfandiari to be a brand ambassador ahead of the $500,000 buy-in Super High Roller Bowl, and PokerStars release teaser trailer for the forthcoming story of Daniel Negreanu.
Antonio Esfandiari has joined Poker Central, and immediately confirms his intention to play in the $500,000 buy-in Super High Roller Bowl in the summer.
The Magician is the second player to sign up to represent the new poker TV channel. Only last week, Team PokerStars Pro, Daniel Negreanu, agreed terms to help promote the network, and participate in the $500,000 buy-in event.
It’s a fantastic scoop for Clint Stinchcomb and his team. The Poker Central CEO has now signed the top two players in the Hendon Mob All Time Live Money Leaderboard. Between the pair they have won over $56,000,000, and taken down some of the most prestigious competitions on the planet.
“We are thrilled to add Antonio to the Poker Central team,” said Poker Central CEO Clint Stinchcomb. “Antonio is beloved in the poker community, and will be a great asset in launching our 24/7 poker network.”
— Poker Central (@PokerCentral_) May 9, 2015
Esfandiari also expressed his delight on Twitter. It’s his biggest deal since Ultimate Poker shut up shop back in November 2014.
The $500,000 buy-in Super High Roller Bowl will take place at The Aria Resort & Casino, July 2-4, and 57 players have already indicated their desire to feature.
PokerStars Give You a Taste of Kid Poker The Documentary
When Poker Central get up and running they are going to need all of the content they can get. 24/7 is a lot of airtime.
Fortunately, poker players are getting into the whole documentary thing. World Series of Poker (WSOP) Main Event Champion, Martin Jacobson, released a trailer of his forthcoming documentary “10 for 10”, and PokerStars Original Films has just released a teaser trailer for the forthcoming documentary on the life and times of Daniel Negreanu.
The documentary carries the title Kid Poker, and the trailer contains dialogue from the likes of Antonio Esfandiari, Phil Ivey and Jennifer Harman.
“To avoid criticism, say nothing, do nothing, and be nothing. That’s not how I want to live my life.” Says Negreanu.
It promises to be an absolute cracker.
It runs for 60-minutes and will be released during the summer.