The new show is called “No Gamble, No Future”

The new show is called “No Gamble, No Future”

No Gamble, No Future is getting its own spin-off cash-game series. The new show will be aired on the PokerGO platform.

No Gamble, No Future fell victim to its own success with the hosts moving on to bigger and better things, as poker media personalities and as commentators for televised events.

Hanks and Platt are returning to the role of No Gamble, No Future in the latter role.

The No Gamble, No Future brand has taken on a life of its own since the days when it was hosted by Brent Hanks, who now works as Director of Programming at PokerGO. It has become a lifestyle in a number of ways. We will be able to watch it all play out on the biggest stage in poker. The poker viewing audience wants to see entertaining poker content, and we look forward to delivering that with No Gamble, No Future. The lineups will be fun, the stakes will be big, and the action will be electric.

The pair will be the voice in the booth for a series of cash games starting with a $200/$400 no-limit hold’em game. To keep things interesting PokerGO has planned for the series to include a wide range of stakes with gambling encouraged.

The initial lineup of players will include Maria Ho, Rob “Boston Rob” Mariano, Nick Schulman, Eric Persson, Matt Berkey, and Jimmy D’Ambrosio.

Jeff told the press that it was a pleasure to have the band back together. Developing the brand into a cash game show on Poker GO is a natural evolution and represents just how far it has come. It is going to be to my pleasure to call the action for some of the most entertaining poker we have ever seen, because I have had the privilege to see some of the lineups as they are coming together.

The first episode of No Gamble, No Future will be broadcasted on PokerGO.

Summary:

Jeff Platt and Brent Hanks’ podcast ‘No Gamble, No Future’ is getting its own spin-off cash-game series. The new show will be produced by and aired on the PokerGO streaming platform. “Since our days hosting the podcast, No Gamble, No Future the brand has truly taken on a life of its own,” said Brent Hanks, who now works as Director of Programming at PokerGO.