Sure Phil Hellmuth may be insufferable if he manages to win his 13th WSOP bracelet but the bottom line is we could potentially see poker history at the WSOPE Main Event final table today.
Check below to see a slightly-delayed live video stream of the event, which begins at 1:45 p.m. CET.
Hellmuth has his work cut out for him as talented elite poker pros Jason Mercier, Joe Cheong and Chris Brammer are all looking to grab a slice of European glory.
Ukrainian Sergii Baranov, who is second in chips to Hellmuth, was also surprisingly good as they played down to a final table.
Meanwhile French fans will likely be pulling for an upset from one of their three remaining competitors: Stephane Albertini, Stephane Girault and Paul Tedeschi.
There’s a lot on the line tonight and if Hellmuth wins he’ll also take down 2012 WSOP Player of the Year and become the only player in poker history to win both the North American and European Main Events.
Check for the live stream after the jump.
The following YouTube stream should work for most viewers but there are some alternatives:
In the United States: http://espn.go.com/watchespn/index
In Europe: http://www.eurosport.com/