The biggest poker party of the year is now in full swing in Las Vegas at Horseshoe Las Vegas and Paris Las Vegas Hotel & Casino, with the games going into their fifth week now. PokerGO is on the ball with action from the most exciting events in the series coming in daily throughout the WSOP.
Championship games are the order of business on PokerGO this week, with five different Championship events on the streaming schedule. Along with the Championships, there will also be four-card high-roller action from Vegas, and with both HORSE and Deuce on the schedule, there will be something for every poker fan to enjoy.
There is hot action every day this week on PokerGO for fans who cannot make it to Vegas but still want to keep up with everything happening at the WSOP. This week features a few closed-entry games.
In addition to the Seniors event streamed on Sunday and restricted to players 50 and above, PokerGO will bring the endgames of the Super Seniors (65+) and the Ladies Championship.
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Championship Week on PokerGO
Nearly every game that PokerGO is broadcasting this week is a Championship event, and most of the others are high rollers. If there is an outlier in the schedule this week, it is the Super Seniors on Friday, Jun 30. It is the only game on the broadcast schedule not billed as a Championship or High Roller event.
This week will likely have something to whet the appetite of nearly every poker fan. The Ladies and Seniors Championships are among the most popular events on the schedule every year, but this week has action beyond the two-card variety as well.
Monday’s feature will be the $10k HORSE Championship, and while the two-card game of Limit Hold’em figures as the H in HORSE, four out of five rounds are played with four or seven cards.
Later in the week, the focus turns exclusively to seven-card split pot poker with the final table of Thursday’s $10k Seven-Card Stud Hi-Lo Championship.
Wedged between the HORSE and Stud8 Championship games are two days of action from the $25k PLO High Roller. Tuesday features Day 3 of the event, while Wednesday’s broadcast will follow the game to the bracelet.
Last, but not least, next Saturday, July 1, will feature one of the most exciting draw games around. No-Limit 2-7 Single Draw is seen by many as one of the purest forms of poker, as players have no board information to go on.
Instead, it is a game of reads and probabilities, with players having to gauge the strength of their hands relative to their opponents’ with no card information outside their holdings and the opponent’s drawing pattern.
See below for a complete look at the dates and times for the upcoming week’s broadcasts, and get ready for a week of Championship and High Roller fun.
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- Running June 1 – July 16
- 20 bracelet events on the schedule
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This Week on PokerGO – Jun 25 to Jul 2
|Jun 26||18:00||Event #54 $10K H.O.R.S.E. Championship|
|Jun 27||14:00||Event #57 $25K Pot-Limit Omaha High Roller|
|Jun 28||18:00||Event #57 $25K Pot-Limit Omaha High Roller|
|Jun 29||15:00||Event #63 $10K Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo Championship [Horseshoe Table]|
|Jun 30||18:00||Event #61 $1K Super Seniors|
|Jul 01||18:00||Event #69 $10K No-Limit 2-7 Single Draw Championship|
|Jul 02||15:00||Event #67 $1K Ladies Championship [Horseshoe Table]|