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Late Night Poker starts!

Late Night Poker, the show that started it all, is back on your screens from Monday October 3, with a brand new line up, brand new sponsor Coral.co.uk and $150,000 up for grabs.

Just as the name suggests, you’ll have to wait till the wee hours to get your Late Night poker fix, with Channel 4 broadcasting the show from 12.35am.

Monday’s opening heat features EPT and WPT champ Roberto Romanello, the UK debut of Dan ‘jungleman12’ Cates, everyone’s favourite gas bag Luke Schwartz, the newly sponsored Hendon Mobster Barny Boatman along with the lesser known Melanie Weisner and amateur Adam Noone.

Each heat will be broadcast over two weeks all the way up to the final table, shown on November 28 and December 5.

The line-ups for remaining heats are as follows:

Heat 2 (October 17 and 24):
Sam Holden
Devilfish
Simon Trumper
Matt Perrins
Tobby Lewis
John Duthie
Peter Costa
George Stewart

Heat 3 (October 31 and November 7):
Liv Boeree
Ross Boatman
Andrew Feldman
Padraig Parkinson
James Dempsey
John Tabatabai
Luke Davies
Richard Ashby

Heat 4 (November 14 and 21):
John Eames
Vanessa Selbst
Joe Beevers
Jake Cody
Neil Channing
James Bord
Rob Okell
Ram Vaswani

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