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The 2017 World Series of Poker Main Event kicks off on July 8, and poker fans have a slate of options for following along. Feed your poker appetite with ~40 hours of coverage on ESPN/ESPN2, a WSOP Main Event live stream via PokerGo, blow-by-blow live reporting on WSOP.com, or by following your favorites on Twitter.
After knocking on the door so many times, Tommy Le finally kicked it in this week to win his first World Series of Poker bracelet.
Heading into this year’s World Series of Poker, Le had made the final table in five different WSOP Omaha tournaments. Each time, he came up short in his attempt to win a bracelet. That changed last week after Le outlasted the rest of the 428-player field in the $10,000 Pot-Limit Omaha Eight-Handed Championship.
Not only did Le get the coveted WSOP bracelet for the win, but he also netted $938,732. He now has 19 career WSOP cashes totaling just over $2.5 million.
For the first time in the 48-year history of the World Series of Poker® there will be live* video coverage of the world’s richest annual poker tournament every day. (*30-minute delay per gaming regulations)
Starting with the opening flight on Saturday, July 8, and continuing daily through the event’s conclusion on Saturday, July 22, ESPN, ESPN2 and PokerGO will provide the most comprehensive video account the event has ever seen, as players vie for a first place prize of around $8 million, while competing for approximately $60 million in prize money.
ESPN/ESPN2 will carry an estimated 40+ hours of live WSOP Main Event coverage this year starting with four hours of opening day action on July 8 as well as providing every-hand coverage of the final table during a three-night primetime finale at 9pm ET July 20, 21 and 22. A final table preview special will air the night prior to the Main Event final table, on July 19 at 10pm on ESPN2.
PokerGO, the world’s only live poker subscription service, will cover the WSOP Main Event in tandem with ESPN/ESPN2 to provide an anticipated 60 hours of additional coverage.
“This is poker’s Olympics and we are thrilled that ESPN and PokerGO have joined forces to bring viewers around the globe inside access to our game’s most prestigious event, the WSOP Main Event and the spectacle that it is,” said WSOP Executive Director Ty Stewart. “We can’t wait to get started on July 8 and look forward to sharing this event with a massive audience.”