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The Exclusive Broadcast Home Of The 2021 WSOP

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Awarding gold bracelets to the game’s best players since 1970, the World Series of Poker is set for a triumphant return to the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. The 52nd edition of the WSOP calls for 88 gold bracelet events, including the $10,000 buy-in WSOP main event, and it all starts on Thursday, Sept. 30, 2021.

The return of a full slate of WSOP events also marks the return of a robust offering of live tournament coverage. For the 2021 series, approximately 25 events will be broadcast live on PokerGO. Live broadcasts are scheduled to begin in early October and run until late November. For almost two full months, poker fans around the world will have plenty of thrilling poker action available to consume.

Here’s How To Watch All The 2021 WSOP Action

Thanks to PokerGO, watching the WSOP is easier than ever. Of the 55 days of bracelet-hunting action, 37 of them are scheduled to have live coverage on PokerGO. Over that time, 25 different and exciting events are scheduled for broadcast, with a wide variety of tournament formats available to satisfy poker fans everywhere.

PokerGO is available directly through your internet browser at PokerGO.com, and you can stream PokerGO on any web or mobile browser. In addition to watching on PokerGO.com, viewers can also download PokerGO to their iPhone, iPad, AppleTV, Android device, Roku, and Amazon FireTV. Through PokerGO.com and these devices, 2021 WSOP broadcasts can be streamed live or watched on demand on replay.

And as a special thank you to our loyal readers, Card Player fans can get a special discount on a PokerGO subscription. Just use the code CARDPLAYER, and you’ll get $20 off an annual plan.

Don’t Miss PokerGO’s Live Tournament Coverage

PokerGO’s 2021 WSOP live coverage begins with a bang, kicking off with the final table of event no. 6, the $25,000 no-limit hold’em High Roller. This event is expected to draw the world’s best no-limit hold’em tournament players, leading to a star-studded final table with millions of dollars on the line.

The first week of PokerGO coverage also includes event no. 11, the $25,000 Heads-Up No-Limit Hold’em Championship, event no. 16 which is the $10,000 Limit Hold’em Championship, and event no. 19 which is the $10,000 Seven-Card Stud Championship.

Scheduled for Thursday, Oct.14, is the conclusion of one of the WSOP’s most popular tournaments, the Ladies No-Limit Hold’em Championship. This showcase tournament is always an exciting one from start to finish and has led to memorable victories by the likes of Barbara Enright, Jessica Dawley, Kristen Bicknell, and Jennifer Tilly. (Susie Isaacs and Nani Dollison each won the event twice, back-to-back!)

Another big-time event that sticks out as one you don’t want to miss is event no. 38. The $50,000 no-limit hold’em High Roller, scheduled to air on Thursday, Oct. 21. If you thought the $25,000 High Roller was a treat, imagine doubling the stakes.

No-limit hold’em events aren’t the only tournaments the high-stakes players will have their eyes on. On Saturday, Oct. 30, viewers from around the world will get to watch the finale of even no. 53, the $25,000 pot-limit Omaha High Roller. PLO is such an action-packed game to begin with, and this event has the added allure of a huge buy-in.

All Eyes On The Main Event

Next up is the granddaddy of them all. The 2021 WSOP main event is the highlight of PokerGO’s exclusive live coverage, with daily broadcasts planned on all but one day the event is running. In fact, 2021 marks the first year that live WSOP main event coverage is exclusively on PokerGO.

Starting on Thursday, Nov. 4, thousands of poker players are anticipated to embark on a quest to become poker’s next world champion. The WSOP main event stretches nearly two full weeks, with the only off days for live coverage being Friday, Nov. 5, and Monday, Nov. 15.

Speaking of Friday, Nov. 5, that’s when the final day of the fan-favorite $50,000 buy-in Poker Players Championship will be broadcast. If you ask the game’s most notable players, this tournament is the WSOP’s most prestigious title behind the main event. Past winners include some of the game’s truly great players such as David “Chip” Reese, Scotty Nguyen, John Hennigan, Freddy Deeb, and Michael “The Grinder” Mizrachi, who has somehow won the event a record three times in its 14-year history.

The final table of the 2021 WSOP main event will be broadcast live on PokerGO in two parts, starting on Tuesday, Nov. 16, and concluding on Wednesday, Nov. 17. All told, PokerGO is scheduled to have 12 days of World Series of Poker main event broadcasts available.

PokerGO’s live coverage of the series doesn’t end with the main event, however. There are four tournaments scheduled for broadcast in the days after, including event no. 79. The $1,979 Poker Hall of Fame Bounty is very special event that is brand new for 2021 and aims to further showcase the Poker Hall of Fame and its illustrious inductees. In this unique freezeout event, every Poker Hall of Fame member that plays will have a bounty on their head.

Wrapping up PokerGO’s 2021 WSOP live coverage are the conclusions of not one, not two, but three High Roller tournaments. First up is event no. 82, the massive $250,000 buy-in no-limit hold’em Super High Roller. This tournament boasts the largest buy-in on the schedule and should attract a rich field of competitors. After that, it’s event no. 85, the $50,000 High Roller and event no. 87, the $100,000 High Roller to finish things off.

While we’ve done our best to highlight some of the heavy hitters from the live broadcast schedule, we’re confident that every day of live coverage is a can’t-miss appointment.

What Else Does PokerGO Have To Offer?

PokerGO isn’t just the exclusive home of live WSOP coverage, it is also home to the world’s largest collection of live tournament broadcasts and poker TV shows, with more than 4,000 hours of poker content available on demand. PokerGO’s extensive portfolio includes iconic titles such as High Stakes Poker and Poker After Dark, plus PokerGO’s very own High Stakes Duel, U.S. Poker Open, Poker Masters, PokerGO Cup, and Super High Roller Bowl.

Specific to the WSOP, PokerGO is where viewers will find an unrivaled collection of archived content, including shows that date back as far as 1973. As a PokerGO subscriber, you will get access to more than 1,200 hours of WSOP history, including more than 460 hours of the main event throughout the years.

Included in PokerGO’s WSOP archives are some of the game’s most iconic moments, such as Walter “Puggy” Pearson’s win in 1973, Bobby Baldwin’s breakout victory in 1978, Stu Ungar’s second WSOP main event title in 1981, Johnny Chan’s back-to-back success in 1987 and 1988, and Phil Hellmuth’s rise to stardom in 1989. Viewers can also find full coverage from the poker boom era between 2003 and 2010, which includes Chris Moneymaker’s legendary triumph in 2003, Jamie Gold’s record-setting $12 million score in 2006, and the first-ever “November Nine” won by Peter Eastgate in 2008.

The channel is also home to plenty of international WSOP content. Viewers can relive past WSOP Europe and WSOP Asia-Pacific events, including Daniel Negreanu’s win in the 2013 WSOP Asia-Pacific main event and Phil Hellmuth’s victory in the 2012 WSOP Europe main event.

With such a substantial collection of content, PokerGO is more than capable of satisfying the appetite of every poker fan.

Watch the 2021 WSOP exclusively on PokerGO.com, and use the sign up code CARDPLAYER to save $20 on an annual subscription.