The first episode of the 2016 World Series of Poker Main Event brings with it an exciting feature table with 2004 Main Event champion Greg Raymer, and online poker legends Shaun Deeb and James Obst. The action on Day 4 also includes the introduction of a player that will grow out to be one of the main characters of the broadcast: William Kassouf.
On the second episode of the 2016 Main Event, Day 4 continues with the huge stacks of Valentin Vornicu and James Obst at the feature table, flanked by Shaun Deeb, Greg Raymer, and Ryan Riess. By the end of this episode, just 215 players remain in the tournament.
Day 5 of the World Series of Poker Main Event sees a field of 251 players return with hopes of winning the biggest event of the year. Gaelle Baumann, Melanie Weisner, Michael Ruane and a very talkative Alex Keating headline the feature table on this broadcast.
The action on Day 5 of the 2016 World Series of Poker Main Event continues with Alex Keating stealing the show at the feature table while William Kassouf gets under the skin of every player at this table, receiving a penalty in the process for taunting Stacy Matuson.
There's fewer than 150 players left on Day 5 of the WSOP Main Event when William Kassouf and all his antics are moved to the feature table along with Jason Les, Tony Gregg, and Gordon Vayo. Sit back, relax, and decide whether you're in love or annoyed by the chatty Brit.
The final level of Day 5 of the 2016 WSOP Main Event sees the William Kassouf Show continue. The field gets smaller and smaller with Alex Keating hanging in there while Kenny Hallaert and Jerry Wong ascend on the leader board.
The dominance on the broadcast of William Kassouf continues as he gets the better of Ka Kwan Lau in some big pots! Meanwhile on the outer table, Cliff Josephy is raking it in as he gets lucky with pocket kings. Watch the second part of Day 6 of the 2016 WSOP Main Event now.
The 2016 WSOP Main Event is getting closer to its final table! Watch now how Chris Klodnicki hero-calls, Max Silver bluffs, Fernando Pons gets lucky and big names such as Jason Les and Tom Marchese clash in big pots
It's the home stretch of Day 6 of the 2016 World Series of Poker Main Event! Just 36 players remain, and Cliff Josephy, Kenny Hallaert, Max Silver, Dan Colman and William Kassouf are looking to make a strong case for the final table.
The final table is within reach for the final 27 players returning for Day 7. Watch how the William Kassouf show continues on the feature table, as he goes up against Cliff Josephy, Matthew Moss, Jared Bleznick, Kenny Hallaert and Valentin Vornicu.
The William Kassouf show continues in the 2016 WSOP Main Event, as the final 22 players return to action on this episode. Tensions rise to a boiling point as Kassouf’s slow play gets on the nerves of every player at the feature table including Cliff Josephy, Gordon Vayo and Matthew Moss.
It’s time for the grand finale in the William Kassouf chapter of the 2016 WSOP Main Event! Watch this episode now to see Kassouf clash with Gordon Vayo before the epic clash versus Griffin Benger that will go down in poker history as one of its most iconic moments.
The tournament is down to just two tables, but who will make the 2016 WSOP Main Event final table? Watch as a chip leader arises out of nowhere, while some of the biggest names remaining fall short of making the November Nine.
The final table of the 2016 WSOP Main Event is set! Watch how Fernando Pons, Jerry Wong, Griffin Benger, Vojtech Ruzicka, Michael Ruane, Kenny Hallaert, Gordon Vayo, Qui Nguyen and Cliff Josephy battle for $8 million and the most coveted bracelet in all of poker.
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