2014 WSOP LIVESTREAMING SCHEDULE

MAY 15, 2014 - 10:37:26 AM PST   |   Jessica Welman

For the third year, WSOP.com will be livestreaming the final table action with the help of seasoned poker commentator David Tuchman.  We're keeping the broadcaster busy this summer with 32 days of feature table streaming, which will include commentary from Tuchman and a rotating cast of guests as well as hole cards on all No Limit Hold'em and Pot Limit Omaha events.

As in previous years, we will also have a secondary stream, which features a multi-camera setup, no hole cards, no commentary, and a five-minute delay.  Please keep in mind this schedule is tentative and we reserve the right to change the schedule and which table is the feature table.
 
Start times depend on when play reaches a final table on Day 3. Be sure to follow @WSOP on Twitter for links and start times for streaming events. The streams will all be available on WSOP.com.
 
Bold = Primary Streams (Announcer/Analyst streams)

DATE

EVENT

LOCATION

DETAILS

Wednesday, May 28th

#1: Casino Employees No

ESPN Stage

30 min. delay; w/hole cards

 

Friday, May 30th

#2: $25K Mix Max

ESPN Stage

30 min. delay; w/hole cards

 

Friday, May 30th

#3: $1K PLO

Amazon Gold Feature

No hole cards/graphics

 

Saturday, May 31st

#4: $1K NLHE

ESPN Stage

30 min. delay; w/hole cards

 

Saturday, May 31st

#5 $10K Limit Triple Draw

Amazon Gold Feature

No hole cards/graphics

Sunday, June 1st

#6: $1,500 NLHE Shoout

ESPN Stage

30 min. delay; w/hole cards

 

Sunday, June 1st

#7: $1,500 Razz

Amazon Gold Feature

No hole cards/graphics

Tuesday, June 3rd

#8: Millionaire Maker

ESPN Stage

30 min. delay; w/hole cards

Tuesday, June 3rd

#10: $10K Omaha Hi-Lo

Amazon Gold Feature

No hole cards/graphics

 

Wednesday, June 4th

#11: $1,500 6-Handed NLHE

ESPN Stage

30 min. delay; w/hole cards

 

Thursday, June 5th

#13: $10K No Limit 2-7

ESPN Stage

No hole cards/graphics

 

Thursday, June 5th

#12: $1,500 Pot Limit Hold’em

Amazon Gold Feature

No hole cards/graphics

 

Friday, June 6th

#14: $1,500 Omaha Hi-Lo

Amazon Gold Feature

No hole cards/graphics

Saturday, June 7th

#15: $3K NLHE

ESPN Stage

30 min. delay; w/hole cards

 

Saturday, June 7th

#16: $1,500 Limit 2-7

Amazon Gold Feature

No hole cards/graphics

Sunday, June 8th

#17: Seniors NLHE

ESPN Stage

30 min. delay; w/hole cards

 

Sunday, June 8th

#18: $10K Razz

Amazon Gold Feature

No hole cards/graphics

 

Monday, June 9th

#20: $3K NLHE Shootout

ESPN Stage

30 min. delay; w/hole cards

 

Monday, June 9th

#19: $1,500 NLHE

Amazon Gold Feature

No hole cards/graphics

 

Tuesday, June 10th

#22: $10K HORSE

ESPN Stage

No hole cards/graphics

 

Tuesday, June 10th

#21: $1K NLHE

Amazon Gold Feature

No hole cards/graphics

 

Thursday, June 12th

#24: $5K 6-Handed NLHE

ESPN Stage

30 min. delay; w/hole cards

 

Thursday, June 12th

#25: $2,500 O8/Stud8

Amazon Gold Feature

No hole cards/graphics

 

Friday, June 13th

#26: $1,500 NLHE

ESPN Stage

30 min. delay; w/hole cards

 

Saturday, June 14th

#28: $10K PLHE

ESPN Stage

30 min. delay; w/hole cards

 

Saturday, June 14th

#27: $1,500 HORSE

Amazon Gold Feature

No hole cards/graphics

 

Sunday, June 15th

#29: $2,500 NLHE

ESPN Stage

30 min. delay; w/hole cards

 

Sunday, June 15th

#30: $1,500 Stud Hi-Lo

Amazon Gold Feature

No hole cards/graphics

 

Monday, June 16th

#32: $10K Six-Handed NLHE

ESPN Stage

30 min. delay; w/hole cards

 

Monday, June 16th

#31: $1,500 NLHE

Amazon Gold Feature

No hole cards/graphics

 

Tuesday, June 17th

#33: $1,000 NLHE

ESPN Stage

30 min. delay; w/hole cards

 

Tuesday, June 17th

#34: $1,500 Stud

Amazon Gold Feature

No hole cards/graphics

 

Wednesday, June 18th

#36: $1,500 No Limit 2-7

Amazon Gold Feature

 

No hole cards/graphics

 

 

Thursday, June 19th

#35: $5K 8-handed NLHE

ESPN Stage

30 min. delay; w/hole cards

 

Thursday, June 19th

#38: $10,000 Stud Hi-Lo

Amazon Gold Feature

No hole cards/graphics

 

Friday, June 20th

#39: $3K NLHE

ESPN Stage

30 min. delay; w/hole cards

 

Saturday, June 21st

#40: $10K Heads-Up NLHE

ESPN Stage

30 min. delay; w/hole cards

 

Saturday, June 21st

#41: $1,500 Dealer’s Choice

Amazon Gold Feature

No hole cards/graphics

 

Sunday, June 22nd

#42: 6-Handed Pot-Limit Omaha

ESPN Stage

30 min. delay; w/hole cards

 

Sunday, June 22nd

#43: $1,500 Limit Hold’em

Amazon Gold Feature

No hole cards/graphics

 

Monday, June 23rd

#44: $1,500 NLHE

ESPN Stage

30 min. delay; w/hole cards

 

Tuesday, June 24th

#45: $1K NLHE

ESPN Stage

30-min. delay; w/hole cards

 

Wednesday, June 25th

#47: $1,500 Ante Only NLHE

ESPN Stage

30 min. delay; w/hole cards

Thursday, June 26th

#46: $50K PPC

ESPN Stage

No hole cards/graphics

 

Thursday, June 26th

#48: $1,500 PLO Hi-Lo

Amazon Gold Feature

No hole cards/graphics

 

Friday, June 27th

#50: $1,500 8-Game Mix

Amazon Gold Feature

No hole cards/graphics

 

Saturday, June 28th

#49: $5K NLHE

Amazon Gold RFID

30 min. delay; w/hole cards

 

Saturday, June 28th

#52: $10K Limit Hold’em

Amazon Gold Feature

No hole cards/graphics

 

Sunday, June 29th

#53: Ladies No-Limit Hold’em

Amazon Gold RFID

30 min. delay; w/hole cards

 

Sunday, June 29th

#51: $1,500 Monster Stack

Amazon Gold Feature

No hole cards/graphics

 

Monday, June 30th

#55: $1,500 NLHE

Amazon Gold RFID

30 min. delay; w/hole cards

.

Tuesday, July 1st

#56: $1K NLHE

Amazon Gold RFID

30 min. delay; w/hole cards

 

Wednesday, July 2nd

#59: $3K Omaha Hi-Lo

Amazon Gold Feature

No hole cards/graphics

 

Thursday, July 3rd

#58: $1,500 Mixed Max NLHE

Amazon Gold RFID

30-min. delay; w/hole cards

 

Thursday, July 3rd

 

#61: $10,000 Seven Card Stud

Amazon Gold Feature

No hole cards/graphics

 

Saturday, July 5th

#64: $10K PLO

Amazon Gold RFID

30-min. delay; w/hole cards

 

Sunday, July 6th

#62: The Little One for One Drop

Amazon Gold RFID

30-min. delay; w/hole cards


 
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About the author: Jessica Welman is an aspiring Hollywood mogul turned aspiring academic turned actual poker media member. A graduate of University of Southern California's School of Cinema-Television with an MA in Communication and Culture from Indiana University at Bloomington, Welman first started in poker at the 2008 World Series of Poker as part of a grad school research project. That research project quickly turned into an unexpected career shift.
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