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EVENT REPLAYS
World-class talent galore in this winner-take-all Sit & Go that features some of the most successful poker pros of recent years: Jason Koon, Scott Seiver, Brian Rast, Matt Berkey, Nick Schulm and Ben Lamb.
3:37:20
You want table talk? We got table talk! Mike Matusow and Will Kassouf are two of poker's toughest talkers, and they're facing Matt Berkey, Jean-Robert Bellande, David Williams and Nick Schulman in a quest for the $150,000 first prize.
4:59:05
On the third straight night of the $100,000 cash game, Tom Dwan goes to battle facing Matt Kirk, Andrew Robl, Jean-Robert Bellande, Lauren Roberts and Bill Klein.
6:11:08
Tom Dwan faces off against poker legend Doyle Brunson, Andrew Robl, Jean-Robert Bellande, Lauren Roberts and Bill Klein in the $100,000 No Limit Hold'em cash game.
5:27:11
Watch how Tom Dwan, Daniel Negreanu, Antonio Esfandiari, Jean-Robert Bellande, Bill Klein and Lauren Roberts battle it out in the $100,000 cash game with $200/$400 blinds.
6:01:36
A winner has been crowned in the 2017 WSOP Main Event! Rewatch the final day's action right now on PokerGO in non-ESPN affiliated markets.
5:37:22
Scott Blumstein is in the lead with 7 players left in the WSOP Main Event. Rewatch the action now as they get down the final three. Only available in non-ESPN markets.
3:42:36
John Hesp and Scott Blumstein lead the way with $8,150,000 up top. Watch the 2017 Main Event final table right now in all non-ESPN affiliated markets.
4:25:56
The final 27 players of the WSOP Main Event are guaranteed $262,532, but they are all chasing a place at the biggest final table in all of poker worth $1,000,000. Today Christian Pham leads the pack with three former November Niners looking to make the final table an unprecedented second time. There will be fireworks.
6:28:59
The final 27 players of the WSOP Main Event are guaranteed $262,532, but they are all chasing a place at the biggest final table in all of poker worth $1,000,000. Today Christian Pham leads the pack with three former November Niners looking to make the final table an unprecedented second time. There will be fireworks.
3:22:39
Day 6 of the World Series of Poker Main Event is here. Just 85 players start today, while only 27 will make it into the next one. German pro Robin Hegele comes into the day with 9.9 million for the chip lead, followed by American Josh Horton and bracelet winner Max Silver.
8:40:50
Just 297 players return for the fifth day of play in the World Series of Poker Main Event. All remaining players are guaranteed $35,267, while the $1,000,000 that awaits the final nine players looms large. Narratives are starting to take shape on this day, as the field will condense to just double digits by the end of it.
5:14:22
With less than 500 out of 7,221 players remaining in the 2017 World Series of Poker Main Event, every hand matters. Former November Niners Ben Lamb, Kenny Hallaert, Antoine Saout, and Eoghan O'Dea are still going strong chasing another spot at poker's biggest final table.
1:10:22
The fourth day of the WSOP Main Event started with 1,084 players, all of which were guaranteed at least $15,000. The feature table was stacked with Sofia Lovgren, Cate Hall, Jared Jaffee and Jeff Lisandro. Rewatch this exciting action now.
5:10:46
Things are heating up in the biggest tournament of the year! For the first time this week, every remaining player will be playing at the same time. The money is in sight, as the final 1,084 players will get paid at least $15,000! Watch exclusively on PokerGO today.
7:13:28
The WSOP Main Event is the largest, most prestigious tournament of the year. Legends make their mark and stars are born with life-changing money at risk on the turn of a card. From Brunson to Moneymaker, Ungar to Riess and 2016’s champ Qui Nguyen – each champion gets their own page in poker’s history
23:14
The WSOP Main Event is the largest, most prestigious tournament of the year. Legends make their mark and stars are born with life-changing money at risk on the turn of a card. From Brunson to Moneymaker, Ungar to Riess and 2016’s champ Qui Nguyen – each champion gets their own page in poker’s history.
4:19:55
The WSOP Main Event is the largest, most prestigious tournament of the year. Legends make their mark and stars are born with life-changing money at risk on the turn of a card. From Brunson to Moneymaker, Ungar to Riess and 2016’s champ Qui Nguyen – each champion gets their own page in poker’s history.
33:55
The WSOP Main Event is the largest, most prestigious tournament of the year. Legends make their mark and stars are born with life-changing money at risk on the turn of a card. From Brunson to Moneymaker, Ungar to Riess and 2016’s champ Qui Nguyen – each champion gets their own page in poker’s history.
4:47:17
The WSOP Main Event is the largest, most prestigious tournament of the year. Legends make their mark and stars are born with life-changing money at risk on the turn of a card. From Brunson to Moneymaker, Ungar to Riess and 2016’s champ Qui Nguyen – each champion gets their own page in poker’s history.
6:49:40
The WSOP Main Event is the largest, most prestigious tournament of the year. Legends make their mark and stars are born with life-changing money at risk on the turn of a card. From Brunson to Moneymaker, Ungar to Riess and 2016’s champ Qui Nguyen – each champion gets their own page in poker’s history.
3:21:39
The WSOP Main Event is the largest, most prestigious tournament of the year. Legends make their mark and stars are born with life-changing money at risk on the turn of a card. From Brunson to Moneymaker, Ungar to Riess and 2016’s champ Qui Nguyen – each champion gets their own page in poker’s history.
1:20:06
The WSOP Main Event is the largest, most prestigious tournament of the year. Legends make their mark and stars are born with life-changing money at risk on the turn of a card. From Brunson to Moneymaker, Ungar to Riess and 2016’s champ Qui Nguyen – each champion gets their own page in poker’s history
1:53:54
You want to watch the best players in the world battle? You'll get it in this one, as the $5,000 No-Limit Hold'em is destined to have a stacked final table.
4:56:40
The biggest first prize in an Omaha tournament will be awarded in this Championship event! For many players of the second most popular form of poker, this might be the Main Event.
10:14:32
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