Tom Dwan and Phil Galfond reunite on Poker After Dark. A PokerStars Team Pro attracts a large Twitch audience over the weekend. Check out these stories and more in the Monday Hit and Run.

Tom Dwan and Phil Galfond on Poker After Dark This Week

The return of Poker After Dark has garnered a fair amount of buzz in its first month back on PokerGo. This week, it gets interesting for PLO fans with the launch of “PLOMG” week, which will once again welcome Tom Dwan as well as Phil Galfond, Ben Lamb, Isaac Haxton, Brian Rast and Brandon Adams.

The action will get underway on Tuesday with a $300/$600 Pot Limit Omaha game with a $100,000 buy-in. Poker fans can watch the action through PokerGo with a $99 yearly subscription or $9.99 per month.

In 2011, a couple of popular episodes of Poker After Dark aired featuring Galfond, Dwan, Adams as well as Patrik Antonius, Phil Ivey, Brian Hastings and Jared Bleznick. You can watch a clip of that classic episode here:

Quick Hitters

– PokerStars Team Pro Lex Veldhuis drew a huge Twitch audience over the weekend. During his appearance in the PokerStars $1,050 PLO 6-max, over 15 thousand viewers watched as Veldhuis won $43k to come in fourth. At one point during the stream, it was the 11th most-viewed on Twitch.

– “NeverisEasy” won the $5,200 Party Poker Powerfest Championship and took home $262,544 for the first place prize.

– WCOOP Update: Bryn Kenny and Nick Petrangelo chopped the $25,000 High Roller. Petrangelo won $624k while Bryn Kenney took home nearly $560k. Meanwhile, in the $5,200 WCOOP Main Event, 34 players remain (at the time of this writing). 84BUKTOP84, reyals_rs, Futti18 and compris were some of the other big winners from Sunday.

– The Poker Masters received a lot of the poker world’s attention over the last week. Check out Part 6 of Fedor Holz’s vlog “Life of a Champion,” chronicled the final table of $100,000 guaranteed.

– poker training video of the day is part 4 of 6 on the “March to $25NL” series. This video focuses on an aggressive stance with 3-betting.