The second season of Winamax Live Sessions has officially begun, and the first episode is already available.
This latest episode of the French room’s adaptation of the fabled series about the High Stakes cash games takes place in the Gran Casino de Aranjuez, and its subject matter has been well received by viewers ever since the advent of poker on television at the turn of the century.
The first season of the series, which you can watch in its entirety in our Winamax Live Sessions collection, is similar to programs like High Stakes Poker in that it reveals the character of certain players as they mature in front of the cameras and under extreme pressure. Already well-liked by the public, such as Yaman Nakdali and Tom Bedell, they have been re-enrolled in the current lineup.
Let’s go through the season two openers to make sure we don’t miss anybody.
Bold play has paid off for Yaman Nakdali.
Ral Mestre is a legendary Spanish military figure and Hall of Famer.
Top Shark, lex Romero had an amazing year with the Winamax Pro Team.
President of Spanish poker is Adrián Mateos of Team Winamax.
In the racing world, Mustapha Kanit (Team Winamax) is almost a myth. How will he get the money?
It’s no secret that Ignacio Molina is a fan favorite on all of your favorite social media platforms. Quack!
Manu Saavedra: One of the most dreaded regulators in the present nosebleeds.
According to Tom Bedell, “The High Roller” was the season one’s biggest surprise.
These are the regulations that will apply during the Winamax Live Sessions:
To play, the blinds must be raised to 50/100 with a 100 BB Ante.
UTG offers a straddle for an extra €200.
When a player goes all-in, the other players in the pot get to pick how many cards from the flop, turn, and river will be thrown away.
All-in price: The most complicated game ever! There is now a 100 blinds (€10,000) minimum and no cap on the highest buy-in.
There will be no changes to the 7-2 rule. The loser in an NLHE hand with the weakest hand play receives an additional blind or straddle from each of his opponents.