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PokerGo Announces Full WSOP Live Streaming Schedule, Including 26 Bracelet Events

The World Series of Poker kicks off at the end of the month. With citizens of more than 30 countries restricted from traveling into the US without a 14-day quarantine, and the Delta variant on the rise, staying home and watching the action from afar is looking like a good idea for a lot of poker fans.

To that end, the content service PokerGO just released its WSOP streaming schedule. In the streams, viewers will see 26 live gold bracelet events and “the 2021 WSOP Main Event from start to finish – for the first time ever.”

The WSOP Main Event will be streamed in its entirety, running from Nov. 4 to 17. The last two of those will be the final table. Since the entire tournament is taking place in November, there’s no need for the WSOP to decide between proceeding straight to the final table, or pause before reconvening the traditional November Nine.

US online poker and land-based tournaments are different beasts, but often have crossover on the WSOP app. PokerGO President Mori Eskandani may be right about his Sept. 9 prediction that virtual attendance will be high.


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