ESPN will air 2010 WSOP starting on July 27th

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If you’re tired of listening to Lon McEachern and Norman Chad ramble on about the 2009 WSOP, then don’t worry because ESPN will be airing new episodes starting on July 27th.  The 2010 installment of the world’s largest casino poker event will begin running at 8pm ET on the 27th with the $50,000 Player’s Championship.  If you followed the Player’s Championship this year through poker news, then you already know that Michael “The Grinder” Mizrachi won this poker tournament and the $1.56 million prize.  But now you have a chance to see the tournament on TV!

Besides the Player’s Championship, you’ll also have an opportunity to watch the Tournament of Champions at 8pm on August 3rd.  This star-studded event featured many of the world’s best live and online poker players battling for a $500,000 top prize.  Ultimate Bet Poker player Phil Hellmuth, PokerStars player Daniel Negreanu, DoylesRoom star Doyle Brunson, and Full Tilt Poker rep Howard Lederer were just a few of the great players who took part in this tournament

After the Tournament of Champions and Player’s Championship is out of the way, you can catch the holdem poker championship in the Main Event every night from August 10th to August 24th at 8pm.  Here you’ll see the second largest Main Event field at 7,319 participants play poker until just 9 players are remaining (the November Nine).

Of course, you will also be able to see the Main Event’s conclusion on November 9th at 9pm as the November Nine play to see who wins the top prize of $8.94 million.  The players who will be competing for the world’s biggest texas poker prize include Jonathan Duhamel, John Dolan, Joseph Cheong, John Racener, Matthew Jarvis, Filippo Candio, Michael Mizrachi, Soi Nguyen, and Jason Senti

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