Set aside screen time this week for non-stop poker lineup

Poker is not lacking to see this week.

It wasn’t that long ago that poker fans were running out of content. Wait for the next EPT live stream or set up their TiVos to pick up the latest replay of an old WSOP episode. But those times are over and today we live in an era of non-stop poker content frenzy. This week the eye buffet will only get bigger as the World Series of Poker, Poker world tour, and Triton Poker all have brand new programming directed to a screen near you.

WSOP on PokerGO

In case you haven’t heard, the World Series of Poker 2021 is underway and as thousands flock to the Rio to shoot a gold bracelet, tens of thousands at home want to get a glimpse of the action.

The WSOP live stream will begin on October 4 with the final table of Event # 6 ($ 25,000 No Limit Hold’em High Roller), an event set to host some of the biggest names in the game. doesn’t end there with 25 days of streaming running throughout the series – and that doesn’t include the Main Event. The final tables of all the biggest events with the aim of bringing you the sights and sounds of the Amazon Room.

Here’s the kicker, all that poker action comes at a price. If you want all of these, you will need a PokerGO membership. Yearly subscriptions cost around $ 100, with discount codes readily available all over the internet.

Sundays are for the World Poker Tour

This Sunday, October 2, season XVIII of the World Poker Tour begins on the Bally Sports Network with the Gardens Poker Championship final table. Chance Kornuth title the final six as they vie for their share of the over $ 2.4 million prize pool.

“Our fans have been very patient while waiting for the episodes of Season XVIII and we are thrilled for Sunday Night,” said the CEO of WPT. Adam pliska “The action of Season XVIII promises to live up to our audience’s expectations.”

Brand new episodes can be seen each of the next three Sundays – on live TV – with big three hour episodes. The Gardens Poker Championship is the first of four final tables that can be viewed through December 19.

This should be interesting as this is the first COVID-delayed content to come out and the whole gang – Vince, Tony and Lynn are all back in action. While the Bally Sports Network isn’t one of the most well-known networks, a quick Google search will help you sort it out.

Triton Million Charity is waiting for your opinion

Do you want some action? Triton gives you action. Highligths. They are also shipping a 10-game streak of their £ 1,050,000 buy-in Triton Million – A helping hand for charity. This event took place in London in 2019.

You may remember the event, the one that set the record for the biggest live tournament buy-in in history. £ 50,000 of each buy-in has been donated to a number of worthy organizations while some of the biggest names in the game – including Tom dwan, Bryn kenney, Fedor Holz, and Dan ‘Jungleman’ Cates – made the trip to be part of history.

Can’t remember who won? Well, no spoilers here. Go take a look at how some of the elite compete against each other as well as some more recreational businessmen. This 10-part series, available on Triton’s YouTube channel, previously aired on a number of major TV channels but the real bonus is that it’s now available on the small screen in your pocket. Can’t you wait? Here’s episode one right here:

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