Two live final tables highlight WSOP on ESPN coverage
Starting on Tuesday, July 3, poker fans will once again find the biggest events at the World Series of Poker on ESPN. Tuesday night remains poker night on ESPN and the WSOP main event, the WSOP National Championship and the $1 million buy-in Big One for One Drop will all be part of the 2012 broadcast schedule.
"Fans know Tuesday night is poker night on ESPN," said Doug White, ESPN senior director of programming and acquisitions. "Beginning with the Big One for One Drop and the WSOP National Championship, and continuing on Tuesdays with the WSOP Main Event, we will set the stage for this intense competition and continue the excitement through the Final Table in October."
Similar to its presentation in 2011, the WSOP main event final table will be broadcast virtually live, on a 15-minute delay. Additionally, the final day of the Big One for One Drop event will be broadcast virtually live on ESPN and ESPN3 on Tuesday, July 3 beginning at 4 p.m. ET.
Lon McEachern, Norman Chad and Kara Scott will return as talent for the weekly WSOP broadcasts that begin on Tuesday, July 31.
2012 WSOP on ESPN Schedule
|July 3||4 p.m., 8 p.m.*||The Big One For One Drop||ESPN2 and ESPN3 (4-7 p.m. ET)/ESPN (8 p.m. ET)|
|July 31||8-10 p.m.||The Big One For One Drop||ESPN|
|August 7||8-10 p.m.||WSOP National Championship||ESPN|
|August 14||8-10 p.m.||WSOP Main Event||ESPN|
|August 21||8-10 p.m.||WSOP Main Event||ESPN|
|August 28||8-10 p.m.||WSOP Main Event||ESPN|
|September 5||8-10 p.m.||WSOP Main Event||ESPN|
|September 11||8-10 p.m.||WSOP Main Event||ESPN|
|September 18||8-10 p.m.||WSOP Main Event||ESPN|
|September 25||8-10 p.m.||WSOP Main Event||ESPN|
|October 2||9:30-11:30 p.m.||WSOP Main Event||ESPN|
|October 9||9:30-11:30 p.m.||WSOP Main Event||ESPN|
|October 16||9-11 p.m.||WSOP Main Event||ESPN|
|October 23||9:30-11:30 p.m.||WSOP Main Event||ESPN|
|October 30||9 p.m.*||WSOP Main Event Final Table||ESPN|
* - Live event, conclusion of final table will end broadcast
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