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The World Series of Poker is a television show that began airing in 2006. It is a show that covers the card game of poker. Therefore it is a show that deals with gaming. In this show a number of people are sitting at a table and each player is looking to win at poker. The show is about an hour long so it has a good duration as far as length. Those who enjoy watching shows that deal with sports and gaming will likely find this show very appealing. This show airs on television once per week so viewers will have the opportunity to watch this show on a fairly regular basis.

The premise of the show is quite simple. There is a brief introduction of the latest event and then the players are introduced. Once the introductions are done the game begins. In this show a dealer distributes the cards to each player and then they begin looking at their hand. Shortly after this they begin t make bets and also look to get other cards in order to improve their hand and chances of winning. The players play a few rounds and then the show ends. Once a player wins the most games he is deemed the winner. So when watching this show viewers are essentially watching elite players play the famous card game. Although the show may seem mundane, there is a lot at stake as the players are among the best in the world and are looking to win the top prize as a result.

This show will likely appeal to those who are fans of sports and gaming. Since this is a show that displays people playing a high stakes game, there is lots of intrigue. However the pace of this show is a bit slow compared to sports so this show will be more appealing to those who don't mind watching a show that runs at a slow pace. Anyone who has an interest in poker will likely enjoy this show and want to see it on a regular basis.

Weekdays 8:00M et/pt on ESPN
14 Seasons, 300 Episodes
August 1, 2012
Sports, Reality
8.2/10
Cast: Norman Chad, Maria Ho, Lon McHeron, Daniel Negreanu
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World Series of Poker Full Episode Guide

  • Day 4 play in the 2017 Main Event in Las Vegas. Lon McEachern and Norman Chad call the play, with reporter Kara Scott.

  • Day 4 play in the 2017 Main Event in Las Vegas. Lon McEachern and Norman Chad call the play, with reporter Kara Scott.

  • Day 2 play continues in the 2017 Main Event in Las Vegas. Lon McEachern and Norman Chad call the play, with reporter Kara Scott.

  • Day 2 play in the 2017 Main Event in Las Vegas. Lon McEachern and Norman Chad call the play, with reporter Kara Scott.

  • Day 1B of the 2017 Main Event in Las Vegas. Lon McEachern and Norman Chad call the play, with reporter Kara Scott.

  • Watch ESPN's daytime coverage of the 2018 main event day 5, with 171 players remaining.

  • ESPN's daytime coverage of the fourth day of the WSOP 2018 main event, with 1182 players remaining.

  • ESPN's coverage of the WSOP 2018 main event, with 3480 players remaining at the start of Day 2C.

  • PokerGo's continuing evening coverage of Day 2AB of the WSOP main event, with commentary by Ali Nejad and Nick Schulman.

  • 1200 people registered for day 1B action in the WSOP Main Event, including Maria Ho, Brian Hastings and Chad Power on the feature table. ESPN day coverage.

  • The 2017 "World Series of Poker" main event is airing live from Las Vegas, Nevada.

  • The 2017 "World Series of Poker" main event is airing live from Las Vegas, Nevada.

  • The 2017 "World Series of Poker" main event is airing live from Las Vegas, Nevada.

  • The 2017 "World Series of Poker" main event is airing live from Las Vegas, Nevada.

  • The 2017 "World Series of Poker" main event is airing live from Las Vegas, Nevada.

  • The 2017 "World Series of Poker" main event is airing live from Las Vegas, Nevada.

  • The 2017 "World Series of Poker" main event is airing live from Las Vegas, Nevada.

  • The 2017 "World Series of Poker" main event is airing live from Las Vegas, Nevada.

  • The 2017 "World Series of Poker" main event is airing live from Las Vegas, Nevada.

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