Now available on PokerGO are the televised episodes from the 2016 World Series of Poker Main Event. The full PokerGO audience can now access every second of the ESPN footage from one of the most legendary Main Events in history. Qui Nguyen emerged in a field of 6,737 to win $8 million and the journey leading to the final table starts on Day 4.

The first two episodes are streaming on demand when play opens with 357 players remaining. By the time Day 4 ends, only 251 are left to compete for the most prestigious title in poker.

A loaded feature table is on display with not one, but two former Main Event champions who are making their claim at an unprecedented second title.

Ryan Riess came from nowhere to win the 2013 title in his now famed Detroit Lions jersey. Since then, Riess has put together an exceptional career with a Main Event run now routine among his yearly plans.

‘Fossilman’ Greg Raymer became a sensation when he was victorious in 2014. The famed sunglasses and card protector stayed with Raymer as reputational items over the years as he grinds the circuit. This Main Event marks Raymer’s first trip into the money since 2005 when he made the final three tables in a bid to go back-to-back.

Also featured are two of poker’s best all-around players in Shaun Deeb and James Obst. From online tournaments, to live mixed games, and thousand player tournaments, the pair own every tool required to be an elite player. The two put their skills on display with big stacks to wield in this key stage of the tournament.

Making a cameo is 2017 WPT Five Diamond World Poker Classic winner Ryan Tosoc. The Las Vegas pro is at the feature table and gets into with Deeb in a huge pot. Watch Tosoc’s $1.9 million win on PokerGO streaming on-demand.

Watch these episodes and more by subscribing to PokerGO today. More shows from the 2016 WSOP Main Event are on their way.

All caught up on Day 4 of the 2016 Main Event? Day 5 is now available on PokerGO. 

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