It's not every day that a poker game has a $15 million first place prize up for grabs and more than $37 million to be won by the final eight players, but such is the case with the 2014 Big One for ONE DROP.
ESPN provides two more hours of fresh, new programming with the final table of the richest poker game of the year, which required each of the 42 entrants to pay the $1,000,000 entry fee.
Tune in at 8 PM ET on Tuesday, August 12 to catch ESPN's coverage.
You will see plenty of "Kid Poker" Daniel Negreanu, as he attempts to become poker's all-time money earner.
But it won't be easy as Negreanu must contend with some notable professionals and businessmen including Scott Seiver, Tobias Reinkemeier, Christoph Vogelsang and young gun Daneil Colman.  Also vying for poker's biggest first place prize are noted amateurs Cary Katz and Paul Newey and even Pamela Anderson's husband Rick Salomon.
In-Q provides a fitting preview to set up the final table here.