The premier poker tournament in the world will last a full 10 days as it plays down to the final table with $10 million guaranteed to the winner.
PokerListings will be following all the action with live updates and “On Demand” coverage from our readers.
Last year’s Main Event drew 6,352 entrants and most estimates predict a similar turn out in 2014. There will be three starting days and the field will not combine until Day 3 with the money bubble projected for Day 4.
Ryan Riess is the returning champion and will look to be the first back-to-back winner since Johnny Chan. There will be poker champions, popular pros, athletes, and actors in the field.
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In the 2014 Big One for One Drop On Demand Coverage you asked us what kind of shoes Phil Ivey wears in a $1-million tournament, if Jean-Robert Bellande really played and if Tom Dwan was in the Rio.
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The WSOP Main Event begins at noon on July 5 and we will have live coverage right here from the first hand until they form the 2014 November Nine.