WSOP coverage: Get it while it's hot

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ESPN films the action at the 2006 WSOP.

Thirty-three bracelets have yet to be awarded at this year's World Series of Poker, and the legendary tournament has a released a broadcast schedule to make sure you don't miss any of the action.

The largest audience in WSOP history will follow the tournaments this year by checking out the final tables online, on television and via satellite radio.

ESPN is providing television coverage for select, higher-profile No-Limit Hold'em events, the heads-up challenge, high-stakes Pot-Limit Omaha and the $10,000 championship. The sports channel will film the final tables to be aired at a later date.

A handful of events will receive pay-per-view coverage carried by the WSOP homepage, with final table broadcasts airing at 3 p.m. (PST) - one hour after the final table begins. All pay-per-view final tables are sequestered behind the infamous black shroud where spectators are banned.

Reporting from other events will receive live coverage on Sirius satellite radio and one event - the media invitational - will air for free on the WSOP Web site.

Visit the WSOP news section for a complete look at where to go for 2007 World Series broadcast information.

But for the best coverage the this year's tournament has to offer, see the Live Tournaments Section. There you'll find tournament updates, blogs and video reports of the latest WSOP news.

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