Today, Poker Central and ESPN announced their live coverage schedule for the upcoming 2020 World Series of Poker (WSOP), including everyday live footage of the WSOP Main Event running July 1st through July 14th. As part of the ongoing partnership between the brands and following their successful broadcast of last year’s 50th World Series of Poker event, ESPN and Poker Central will telecast.
Timothy Su is your chip leader with 19.235 million as the 2019 World Series of Poker main event heads into Day 6.
Here's how Martin Jacobson from Sweden won the second-biggest WSOP Main Event top prize ever back in 2014 by defeating Felix Stephensen heads up! - Watch.Once again, the WSOP Main Event is a 10-day competition with three starting flights. Registration is open until the start of Day 2 and players will play five 120-minute levels on Day 1. You can see the levels during the registration period in the 2019 WSOP Main Event structure table below, plus one additional level that you’d start playing if you registered right before registration closed.Ben Lamb’s heater continues, as he’s in second place in chips in the World Series of Poker main event heading into day 7. There are just 57 players left after day 6 of play. Leading them all is Ryan Lenaghan, who is the only player to eclipse 10 million in chips with 12,865,000. The man right behind him in second place is the growing story.
Timothy Su said, to be honest, there wasn't much thought behind the pot of the tournament thus far at the 2019 World Series of Poker Main Event. When big blind Sam Greenwood three-bet his cutoff open, Su made a reasonable call with ten-nine suited — that much everyone would understand. After flopping an open-ended straight draw, Su continued to play it standard with a call.
After Day 5 of the 2017 World Series of Poker main event, only 85 players remain. Tim Fiorvanti recaps all of the action from a busy day, which included a slew of notable eliminations.
Day 6 of WSOP Main Event: Cada seeks second title as Chinese hopes survive and Lynskey bags big Rest of the World July 11, 2018 by Louis Hartwell The sixth day of the most prestigious poker tournament in the world has come to a close with just 26 players still standing from a starting field of 7,874.
Two familiar names took the Rio by storm on Day 6 of the 2009 World Series of Poker Main Event as Phil Ivey and Antonio Esfandiari climbed into the top six chip counts as play concluded Monday.
Tatjana Pasalic takes us to WSOP 2015 Main Event Day 6 Summary at the Rio Casino in Las Vegas.
Day 2 of the 2015 Main Event final table is now in the books. And only three members of the November Nine still have their Main Event hopes alive. The six players who made it past Day 1 returned to the felt at 4:30 p.m. today. Play began much like it did on Sunday—with an elimination on the second hand. Thomas Cannuli, who started the day in sixth place out of the six remaining players, was.
WSOP 2013 Main Event Day 6. Our coverage to date has followed all the British representatives at this year’s World Series of Poker in Las Vegas, Nevada. Unfortunately with just 27 players remaining from the initial 6352 that entered there are no Brits left standing. The remaining 27 players are made up of largely US players, 12 to be precise, which is at no surprise. Previous Main Event.
However, the five-figure bankroll boost is officially reality for two UB.com online qualifiers still standing in the 2010 World Series of Poker (WSOP) Main Event after Day 5. Oman’s Meenakshi.
Another story to keep an eye on is the run of Daniel Hachem, the son of 2005 WSOP main event champion Joe Hachem. He continued to build his stack on Day 5 as well, bagging 6.765 million heading into Thursday's action.
The World Series of Poker Main Event day six has come to an end after yet another long and exhausting day of playing poker. The day was stopped before the last level had been finished because the players were down to 27 and the tournament organizers decided to do a table re-draw and continue play on the final day seven, where the November Nine final table players will be found.
The latest big news out of the WSOP press office is the confirmation that Poker Central and ESPN will be carrying the live stream of the Main Event day by day as they have for the last few years.