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History of Poker on TV
Wikipedia offers a concise history of poker on television with a comprehensive list of the shows currently being aired.
Poker on TV
Poker on TV has been around since 1979, but it took innovation to make it the huge succes it has become. Beginning with the WPT's World Poker Tour on the Travel Channel in 2003 and the invention of the hole-cam (also known as the pocket-cam and lipstick cam), televised poker found an eager audience. There are now at least nine shows airing in the United States and many more around the world. Stay tuned to poker on TV with ReadyBetGo.
More Poker on TV News
PokerStar's Million Dollar Challenge Returns
Saturday, September 18, 2010
PokerStars.net has announced the return of PokerStars.net Million Dollar Challenge, the star-studded poker game show that gives contestants a once-in-a-lifetime shot at winning $1,000,000. The show returns to FOX on Sunday, Sept. 19 following NFL on FOX action.
CBS to Air Ante Up for Africa Monte Carlo
Sunday, September 20, 2009
For the first time CBS Sports will be airing a star-studded poker tournament on its national network -- Ante Up for Africa (AUFA) Monte Carlo. AUFA Monte Carlo was held at the PokerStars.com European Poker Tour Grand Final in Monte Carlo and hosted a full roster of celebrities at the table.
ESPN to televise 2009 World Series of Poker
The 2009 World Series of Poker begins broadcasts on ESPN with Event #2 40th Annual No Limit Hold'Em on July 28th, helping the WSOP to celebrate it's 40th year. With a $40,000 buy in per player, it brought in top professionals from around the planet.
NBC prime time poker show to make debut
Qualifiers get a chance to go heads-up against some of the world's best poker pros for a shot at $1 million when NBC debuts the first-ever prime time poker themed game show on a broadcast network with the premiere of "Face the Ace" on Saturday, August 1 (9-10 p.m. ET).