Party Poker has announced that Nenad Medic of Canada and Victoria Coren from the UK are the next two players to receive an invitation to its Premier League Three.
The competition will take place in London between November 24th and 30th and will feature players such as Roland de Wolfe, Andy Black and Annette Obrestad.
Medic has already won a World Series of Poker bracelet, earning $794,112 after winning the $10,000 pot-limit hold'em competition at the series.
He also pocketed $1,717,194 after wining the World Poker Tour finals at Foxwoods in 2006.
Coren is perhaps most famous for becoming the first woman to win on the European Poker Tour (EPT), having triumphed in London in 2006.
She said: "I'm really pleased my friend Annette is in the new line-up, because I'm a huge fan of hers for many reasons. On the other hand, she's the only one I fear."
The 35-year-old earned £500,000 ($786,000) for winning the main event at the EPT where she defeated Australian poker pro Emad Tahtouh in heads-up play.