At the all-new Poker After Dark, poker fans anticipated the comeback of Tom "durrrr" Dwan, and they were not disappointed as Dwan's poker prowess has once again manifested, allowing him to win a $700,000 pot against Antonio Esfandiari during the first day of the 3-day show.
A few days after the rebooted Poker After Dark concluded, it looks like Tom Dwan hasn't left Sin City yet - turns out he's going for some more high-stakes poker action.
Dwan has been spotted playing high-stakes cash games at the Aria Casino with other famous poker pros such as Dan Bilzerian and Bobby Baldwin.
Jean-Robert "Jaqueline" Bellande divulged through his Twitter account that Tom Dwan hadn't left Vegas yet. Though he did not reveal the stakes they were playing for, it is unlikely all of them are gathered just playing for chump change.
Tom Dwan is reportedly planning to spend more time in Las Vegas for the next years to come, so it is expected poker fans will be hearing more news about him in the future.