All Final Tables for WSOPE Bracelet Events to be Streamed Live
Each of the seven WSOP Europe bracelet events will feature live coverage and commentary, with WSOP vice president of communications Seth Palansky promised the “most robust video coverage of the event ever.”
The series starts next week and runs through October 4 at Hôtel Majestic Barrière/Le Croisette Casino Barrière.
Play-by-play man David Tuchman will be joined by a rotating group of analysts, while Nicolas Chai will perform French commentary with analysts at wsop.fr.
For all tournaments but the main event, web coverage of final tables will reveal the community cards and all-in player cards, but not hole cards. Coverage of the €10,450 buy-in main event final table will display hole cards on a 15-minute delay. It will be streamed live on ESPN3.com and Eurosport, and ESPN is expected to broadcast the main event this fall.
Players can still sign up for the tournaments through Barriere’s poker site.
This year’s WSOP Europe also includes a new €51,000 buy-in (~$64,000) no-limit hold’em Majestic Super High Roller event. It will not be broadcast over livestream, however, as it runs simultaneous with the main event, Palansky said.
Along with the main event, the seven bracelet events include two 6-handed events—€2,700 no-limit hold’em and a €1,650 pot limit Omaha—a €10,450 Mixed-Max event, and a €3,250 shootout event.