LIVE STREAM: 2017 WSOP Main Event Final Table

Getty A player stacks his chips at the 2009 WSOP Main Event final table

The 2017 World Series of Poker Main Event drew 7,221 player this year, making it the third-largest in tournament history. Two players, Ben Lamb and Antoine Saout, are making their return to the Main Event final table. Lamb took third-place in 2011 and won $4,021,138. Saout took third-place in 2009 and won $3,479,669.

Here’s how to stream the 2017 WSOP Main Event final table:

The best way to watch the final table will be on ESPN2 and ESPN. ESPN2 will have Thursday’s action and coverage on Friday and Saturday will be on ESPN. The action will also be on ESPN+. WatchESPN and ESPN Play will broadcast the final table via TV network simulcasts.

Day 1
Date: Thursday, July 20
Time: 9 p.m. ET till 6-handed
Channel: ESPN2
Stream: Watch ESPN

Day 2
Date: Friday, July 21
Time: 9 p.m. ET till 3-handed
Channel: ESPN
Stream: Watch ESPN

Day 3
Date: Saturday, July 22
Time: 9 p.m. ET
Channel: ESPN
Stream: Watch ESPN

PokerGO will also be live streaming the 2017 Main Event final table in non-ESPN markets. Countries with access to PokerGO’s live stream include Germany, France, Netherlands, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Austria, Sweeden, Norway, Switzerland, Denmark, Belgium, Finland, Czech Republic and Japan.

Here’s what they are playing for:
1st Place: $8,150,000
2nd Place: $4,700,000
3rd Place: $3,500,000
4th Place: $2,600,000
5th Place: $2,000,000
6th Place: $1,675,000
7th Place: $1,425,000
8th Place: $1,200,000
9th Place: $1,000,000

Michael Ruane finished 10th this year and took home $825,001. Ruane, who finished 4th in last year’s Main Event, was trying to become the first player to reach back-to-back final tables since Mark Newhouse achieved the feat in 2013 and 2014.

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