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The Main Event, the $50,000 Players Championship and the $25,000 Heads Up event will all have their final tables streamed live on ESPN3. This would usually leave poker fans at home with another 55 events that they could not watch. The WSOP is changing all that, though, and so players will be able to watch all the other final tables on WSOP.com, a first for the series.
Each event will have two cameras following the action – one general overhead camera and a flop camera. The events will receive basic commentary to cover the action, but no color commentary will be included. There will be no hole card camera like some recent live poker events, and the streams will be delayed by just 5 minutes to comply with gaming laws.
There will be final table coverage on most days from June 1 through July 7, and many days will feature two final tables. Streams will start at 2:30PM or 3:00PM Pacific Time with the most important events starting in the later slot. The only days without a final table stream during the period of coverage will be June 2 and 7, as well as July 4 through 6.
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