1 Series, 6 Episodes
In the biggest $25k buy-in poker tournament in history, more than 1000 players - amateurs, pros and sports stars - head to the Bahamas to compete for a first prize of more than five million dollars
NBA star Paul Pierce and UFC announcer Bruce Buffer are among the celebrities taking to the poker tables in the Bahamas, as Day 1 of the biggest High Roller tournament in history continues
Phil 'The Poker Brat' Hellmuth takes centre stage on Day 2 of the biggest $25k poker tournament ever held. Pro players, amateurs and celebrities compete for a share of the $26m prize pool.
More action from the Bahamas, where amateur players take on their poker heroes. British pros Sam Grafton and Benjamin 'Spraggy' Spragg are among those chasing the $5 million first prize.
It's bubble time in the Bahamas. The moment approaches when players in the biggest $25k poker tournament in history start sharing the $26m prize pool.
Of the 1000 players who arrived in the Bahamas, fewer than 150 remain. The spotlight is on the chip leaders, as amateurs, pros and a former Super Bowl winner eye the top prize.
It's the penultimate day of the biggest High Roller of all time. Can amateur poker players Jackie Burkhart and Michael Robionek get the better of the pros?
In the Bahamas, the race to the final table begins. Sixteen players remain in the $25k buy-in tournament. Canadian pro Griffin Benger hopes to dominate the battle for the $5.1m top prize.
It's the final table of the biggest $25k event in poker history. Eight players remain, including two who've qualified for free. Who will win the prestigious championship trophy and $5.1m?