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” Seed, the only player to have cashed in each of the five years the National Heads-Up Poker Championship has been conducted, defeated Vanessa Rousso in consecutive matches in the best-of-three final match.
A six-night per week staple for poker enthusiasts, NBC's Poker After Dark enters a new season hosted by Leeann Tweeden, a co-host of the 2006 Mansion Poker Dome Challenge which aired on FSN, and the 2008 NBC National Heads-Up Poker Championship, each of which are also Show Partners productions.
Seidel Defeats Moneymaker at the Final Table to Claim the $750,000 First-Place Prize; NBC's Broadcast to Air on Six Consecutive Sundays Beginning April 17 LAS VEGAS -- Erik Seidel reigned supreme over an elite field of 63 of poker's best to win the seventh annual National Heads-Up Poker Championship (NHPC) presented by GoDaddy.
He helped coach Orel Hershiser when the former baseball pro made his surprising run to the final eight in last year’s National Heads-Up Poker Championship at Caesars.
Show Partners credits during 2007 include: The Rolex 24 at Daytona (SPEED / FOX), Formula One United States Grand Prix (SPEED / FOX); Poker After Dark (Poker Productions / NBC), National Heads-Up Poker Championship (NBC); World Series of Blackjack (GSN), French Open Tennis Championships (Tennis Channel), High Stakes Poker (GSN), World Series of Poker Live on Pay-Per View (Poker Productions / ESPN), Aussie Millions Poker Championship (Fox Sports Entertainment) and The Action Sports World Tour (ASA Entertainment).
The corrected release reads: THE WORLD'S BEST POKER PLAYERS RETURN TO CAESARS PALACE TO COMPETE AT NBC'S NATIONAL HEADS-UP POKER CHAMPIONSHIP FOR CHANCE TO WIN BIG GoDaddy.
ALL IN Magazine was the leading sponsor of the 2005 National Heads-Up Poker Championship on NBC and reached millions of viewers with an ad campaign on national television that starred the bad boy of poker, Phil Hellmuth.
Go Daddy, the world's largest domain name registrar and Web hosting provider, is sponsoring the NBC television network's National Heads-Up Poker Championship broadcast for a second consecutive year.