WSOP broadcasting begins on ESPN (spoilers inside)

WSOP broadcasting begins on ESPN (spoilers inside)

Wednesday, 28 July 2010

Just because the World Series of Poker 2010 is over bar one table of players doesn’t mean that you can’t keep up with the bad beats, insane plays and questionable calls throughout the World Series of Poker’s 41st run.

The WSOP 2010 broadcast began on ESPN last night with coverage of Michael Mizrachi’s victory over the $50,000 Players’ Championship final table. The line-up was a stacked on indeed as Mizrachi beat out brother Robert, David Baker, Daniel Alaei and John Juanda.

Next Tuesday sees Huck Seed triumph over a huge final table for the $1,000,000 freeroll that is the Tournament of Champions. He defeated Howard Lederer, Daniel Negreanu, Erik Seidel and Barry Greenstein for his $500,000 win.

From August 10 all the way to the day of the November Nine final table, ESPN will broadcast the Main Event with comprehensive coverage, and commentary once again from Lon McEachern and Norman Chad. The broadcasts will be available at the ESPN website.

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