Live at the Bike! Returns With High-Stakes Live Streamed Poker On April 20
Live at the Bike! is officially returning to Los Angeles! One of the world’s longest-running live-streamed poker shows will be back at the legendary Bicycle Casino in Bell Gardens, Southern California on April 20. The show took a break for over a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Last week, Live at the Bike initially hosted a $5/5 + 50 BBA NLH cash game, but beginning April 20, high stakes action will make a return, kicking off with a $50/$100 No-Limit Hold’em game, requiring a minimum buy-in of $10,000. Players can again take a shot at a similar game next Friday, April 23.
Live at the Bike is among the pioneers of live-streamed poker. It first aired in 2005 and has since become a staple in the poker live streaming and content industry.
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— Live at the Bike! Poker Stream (@LIVEattheBike) April 18, 2021
The program runs five nights a week, from Monday to Friday, participated in by some of the world’s most popular poker pros including Phil Hellmuth, Antonio Esfandiari and Matt Berkey, as well as famous celebrities, poker-playing businessmen, and regular cash grinders. The show features commentary from experienced live cash game players such as Ryan Feldman who also provide poker training to aspiring pros.
Live at the Bike also boasts of an amazing poker community where members establish long-term friendships through constant interaction and engagement via livestream chat, online forum, and social media.
Back in 2019, Live at the Bike smashed its own record for the biggest pot in the show’s history when three high-stakes regulars, Andy Tsai, Jacky Wang, and Garrett Adelstein competed for a massive $438,900. In the end, it was Wang who took home the record-breaking pot.
Live Poker Action Resumes in LA
The return of Live at the Bike to the popular Bicycle Casino is proof that live poker is back in action in LA. Poker rooms in the area had been essentially closed for more than a year as a result of COVID-19. Now, players can finally continue grinding at the tables.
Adelstein, a former contestant on reality TV show Survivor: Cagayan, started taking part in Live at the Bike cash game sessions in 2017. He has played regularly on the show ever since and is considered one of the top players, well-known for his aggression and large bets. His great runs on the show have made him a popular high-stakes figure in Southern California.
For more information on upcoming games at Live at the Bike and how to enter, visit their website at liveatthebike.com.