Time flies when you are having fun and suddenly, it is almost July 4th weekend and there are only a handful of PokerGO streams left on the World Series of Poker schedule before the attention turns to the WSOP Main Event. Before we can look ahead to the first live streamed Main Event in the history of poker, there are a few big events taking center stage on PokerGO, including the greatest game of all.

The schedule for the week starts with the final table of Event #49. The $3,000 Pot Limit Omaha 6-Handed event currently has just over 100 players remaining and former November Niner Chino Rheem is near the top of the chip counts. That final table will stream on Tuesday, June 27.

Another $1,500 No Limit Hold’em event will stream on Thursday, June 29 and the action doesn’t slow down into the weekend, as the $10,000 Pot Limit Omaha Championship hits PokerGO on Friday, June 30. Arguably one of the most prestigious and action-packed events of the summer, the Pot Limit Omaha Championship always draws some of the game’s biggest players and names and this year should be no different.

The PokerGO schedule then concludes on Sunday, July 2 with the Event #56 final table. The $5,000 No Limit Hold’em event is the last big event streaming on PokerGO prior to the World Series of Poker Main Event, that begins on Saturday, July 8.

Follow PokerGO on Twitter and if you’ve missed any of the WSOP streams through the first half of the summer, watch event replays on PokerGO