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Anyone can enter, and anyone can win a piece of poker history. That's how Harrah's plugs the World Series of Poker, the most influential poker tournament series in the world. Win an event and you can proudly strap a gold WSOP bracelet on your wrist. Win the main event and your name will be in the annals of poker history forever. ESPN broadcasts current and past episodes of WSOP events all of the time, so make sure you see all of the big hands from each event by checking out the schedule below and tuning in.

Listings

Date Time Description Channel
Dec 21 5:00 PM The 2014 Asia Pacific event in Melbourne. ESPN2
Dec 21 6:00 PM The 2014 Asia Pacific event in Melbourne. ESPN2
Dec 21 7:00 PM The 2014 Asia Pacific event in Melbourne. ESPN2
Dec 21 8:00 PM The 2014 Asia Pacific event in Melbourne. ESPN2
Dec 28 1:00 PM Final-table participants are determined at the 2014 Main Event in Las Vegas. The "November Nine" will play for a top prize of $10 million in this No-Limit Hold'em event. Lon McEachern and Norman Chad call the play. ESPN
Dec 28 2:00 PM The November Nine return to Las Vegas for final-table play in the 45th No-Limit Hold'em Main Event. The top prize is $10 million and the coveted gold bracelet. Lon McEachern and Norman Chad call the play, with reporter Kara Scott. ESPN
Dec 28 4:00 PM Part 12 of 16 in the 2014 Main Event in Las Vegas. Top prize is $10 million in this No-Limit Hold'em event. Lon McEachern and Norman Chad call the play. ESPN2
Dec 28 5:00 PM Part 13 of 16 in the 2014 Main Event in Las Vegas. Top prize is $10 million in this No-Limit Hold'em event. Lon McEachern and Norman Chad call the play. ESPN2
Dec 28 6:00 PM Final-table participants are determined at the 2014 Main Event in Las Vegas. The "November Nine" will play for a top prize of $10 million in this No-Limit Hold'em event. Lon McEachern and Norman Chad call the play. ESPN2
Dec 28 7:00 PM The November Nine return to Las Vegas for final-table play in the 45th No-Limit Hold'em Main Event. The top prize is $10 million and the coveted gold bracelet. Lon McEachern and Norman Chad call the play, with reporter Kara Scott. ESPN2

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