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The Poker Show Live Rings in WSOP Main Event Final

Former WSOP Main Event Finalists Look Forward to Poker's Big Day on The Poker Show Live Next Week

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Barny BoatmanThe Poker Show Live, sponsored by Boylepoker.com, is excited about what it has in store for next week. Firstly on Monday, the show celebrates the Hendon Mob and speaks to one of its “mobsters” Barny Boatman.

Then on Tuesday, the show will go through each November Niner in anticipation of the main event final which is fast approaching. The Poker Show League’s final tournament will also take place on Tuesday, and this will ultimately determine who will go through to the ninehanded sit ‘n’ go which will also feature Padraig Parkinson, John O’Shea, and Marty Smyth. The winner of this event will get a seat in the Irish Poker Championship or the Grosvenor UK Poker Tour with expenses.

Wednesday’s show will be the icing on the cake in terms of WSOP main event madness as former WSOP main event finalists such as Dennis Phillips, Scott Gray, Julian Gardner, John Kalmar, Donnacha O’Dea, Padraig Parkinson, Andy Black, Phil Hellmuth, and John Shipley will be dropping in for a chat with presenters Jesse May and Matt Broughton to share their views on the final.

The Poker Show Live caught up with bundles of guests last week such as Luke Schwartz, Phil Laak, Mel Judah, Paul Zimbler, and Richard Ashby.

To catch some of these interviews, as well as recent chats with Barry Shulman, Daniel Negreanu, Dave “Devilfish” Ulliott, Roberto Romanello, Sammy George, John Harvey, and Vicky Coren have a look through the archives, or relive funny or controversial moments by downloading popular singular interviews.

Check out ThePokerShowLive.com every Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday from 8 to 11 p.m., or be part of the show by calling 0208 123 7820, adding ThePokerShow to Skype, or thepokershow@live.co.uk for MSN users. Alternatively, comments or contact details can be sent to chat@thepokershowlive.com.