World Series of Poker Streaming 55 Live Final Table Events

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World Series of Poker Streaming 55 Live Final Table Events

After the announcement that it will enjoy expanded coverage on ESPN, the World Series of Poker has just made the decision to stream 55 (almost) live final table events via the Internet at a 5-minute delay. 

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This marks the first time in the history of the WSOP that all 58 gold bracelet events will receive some sort of video coverage. (ESPN3 is streaming the $25K Heads Up, $50K Poker Players Championship and the Main Event).
The coverage will not involve any hole card coverage. It will be delayed 5 minutes per gaming regulations, and be commentary-free (outside the announcer providing betting action).
“We are proud to provide video of the culminating action to a worldwide audience in real time,” said WSOP Executive Director Ty Stewart. “This online initiative will complement our spectacular television package on ESPN and deliver even more of this year’s WSOP to fans who want the most immediate coverage possible.”

Starting times vary but typically begin around 6 pm ET. Beginning June 1 and running through July 7, there will be at least one stream a day except for June 2, June 7 and July 4-6, where no final tables are scheduled to be contested. All times and dates are subject to change without notice.

- Staff