The 2018 World Series of Poker is every poker player’s dream. More than 70 events, post-lims during the Main Event in case you bust early, endless cash games, satellites and even lower stakes tournament across every single casino in Las Vegas. As a poker fan, however, you might have it even better! This summer PokerGO and Twitch are providing you with hundreds of hours of action, and in this article, we provide an overview of every single Twitch stream you have to catch up on!

Bookmark this page. The summer is long, and so are these final tables. Watch them all at your leisure whenever you can, here or on Twitch.

McKeehen Chases Third WSOP Bracelet

We’re starting this list of events with the biggest first prize awarded: $1,173,223. The Millionaire Maker, a $1,500 No Limit Hold’em event with 7,361 entries, got boiled down to its final nine and provided a stellar lineup! The 2015 WSOP Main Event champion Joe McKeehen headlined the action, along with bracelet winners Barny Boatman and Justin Liberto and the colorful characters of Ralph Massey and Sam Razavi.

Rewatch the entire final table right now in the player below, with commentary provided by David Tuchman and Brent Hanks.

Watch WSOP Event #21 – $1500 NLH Millionaire Maker – FINAL TABLE from PokerCentral on www.twitch.tv

Colossus Creates Epic Poker Moment

Another seven-figure payout, $1,000,000 to be precise, was awarded in the enormous, or should we say colossal, $565 Colossus No Limit Hold’em event. With a total of 13,070 entries made up of players from all walks of life and the legendary Phil Ivey, the final table was headlined John Racener and recent WPT champ Scott Margereson. Rewatch this final table now as it created one of the most epic all-in showdowns of recent memory between Roberly Felicio and Sang Liu. The commentary is provided by David Tuchman and Jamie Kerstetter.

Watch WSOP Event #7 – Colossus – Final Table from PokerCentral on www.twitch.tv

Can Jacobson Close it Out to Win Second WSOP Gold

Sticking with the theme of massive field No Limit Hold’em events, The Marathon provided a truly unique opportunity for pros and amateurs alike. With a slow structure and plenty of chips to play with, this tournament gave pros the edge they are looking for, and reactional players the ability to enjoy a Main Event-like structure for a quarter of the price. The first prize in this event is no less than $653,581 as 1,637 players entered this tournament.

The stacked final table is made up of top-notch players including 2014 WSOP Main Event champion Martin Jacobson, WPT and WSOP winner Taylor Paur, and the man known for one of the most epic blow-ups in WSOP Main Event history, Anton Morgenstern. The commentary is provided by David Tuchman, Brent Hanks, and Jamie Kerstetter.

Watch WSOP Event #24 – THE MARATHON – FINAL TABLE from PokerCentral on www.twitch.tv

Antes Cause Action

The Big Blinde Ante has been a feature in high roller events for quite some time now, and this efficient way of getting the action going was adopted for the very first time at the World Series of Poker this year. A final table filled with hopefuls looking to capture their first bracelet looked to take home the $315,346 first prize as well, so relive this entire final table now. David Tuchman is joined by Phil Galfond on the commentary.

Watch WSOP Event #13 – $1500 NLH Big Blind Ante – FINAL TABLE from PokerCentral on www.twitch.tv

Omaha Always Brings The Action

Last, but certainly not least, we have an exciting Pot Limit Omaha final table headlined by 2010 WSOP Main Event champion Jonathan Duhamel. As Duhamel chased his fourth gold bracelet, the eight others looked to capture their first bracelet along with the $181,790 first prize. The commentary on this stream is provided by Jeff Platt and Joey Ingram.

Watch WSOP Event #19 – $565 Pot-Limit Omaha – FINAL TABLE from PokerCentral on www.twitch.tv

Keep watching all the World Series of Poker action on both Twitch and PokerGO, as every big moment will make it onto your screen this summer. Follow us on Twitch and subscribe to PokerGO now. Next up: The $1,500 Seven Card Stud on PokerGO and Day 4 of the Poker Players Championship. 

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