First Indian, Nikita Luther, Makes Historic Appearance on Poker After Dark Show

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Nikita Luther, a prominent figure in India’s poker scene, has been making headlines for her exceptional skills in the game. Luther recently achieved a major milestone by becoming the only female poker player from India to win a World Series of Poker (WSOP) gold bracelet, solidifying her position as one of the country’s top female poker professionals.

Originally from Delhi, Luther is now gearing up for a highly anticipated appearance on the popular poker television show, Poker After Dark. She took to Instagram to share the exciting news, posting a photo alongside renowned poker figures Fedor Holz, Yoh Viral, and Charlie Carrel with the caption “Just going to leave this here. #Teaser. Poker After Dark | GAME OF GOLD. Nov 8.”

Poker After Dark, known for its intense competitions and substantial viewership, will feature 16 skilled players vying for a massive $456,000 prize in its upcoming edition titled “Game of Gold.” The show is set to air from November 8th onwards and will be streamed on GGPoker’s YouTube channel.

Luther’s appearance on Poker After Dark comes on the heels of her recent appointment as the brand ambassador of Natural8 India. Her standout performance at the WSOP 2023 Main Event, where she finished in an impressive 96th place and earned a payout of $78,900, has further solidified her reputation in the poker world. Even Phil Hellmuth took to Twitter to praise her outstanding performance.

As the first Indian professional to receive an invitation to participate in Poker After Dark, there is great anticipation surrounding Luther’s upcoming appearance on the show. Many are eager to see how she will fare in this high-stakes competition.

The poker community is encouraged to stay tuned for more updates on Luther’s journey and achievements. In the meantime, readers can continue following Online Poker News (OPN) on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for the latest updates and developments in the world of poker.