The World Series of Poker can get busy, but that doesn’t mean you should fall behind this summer. Keep pace with the non-stop action with Poker Central’s “WSOP Daily Brief.” Each day, we’ll highlight World Series news, poker’s biggest names, upcoming live streams, and more. Follow along and watch the 2019 World Series of Poker on PokerGO and CBS All Access all summer long.

Sammartino Eyes First Bracelet

Each day there are a thousands of players inside the Rio searching for their first gold bracelet. Only a handful draw “Best Player Without a World Series of Poker Bracelet” honors and Dario Sammartino might be one of them. The Italian professional has shown well over the last few series, including podium finishes in the 2017 $111,111 High Roller for One Drop and the 2018 $10,000 2-7 NL Lowball Championship. Sammartino has also had a handful of other final table runs that have failed to end with his first bracelet.

That could change today. Sammartino enters the $10,000 H.O.R.S.E. Championship final table with a massive chip lead and should be the favorite at an experienced final table. Three bracelet winners surround Sammartino, including Scott Clements and Greg Mueller.

WSOP Report Day #16 – Dario Sammartino Favorite to Break Bracelet Duck, De Silva On Top in 6-Max

Watch the final table live at 4 PM on PokerGO and CBS All Access.

Weekend Watch

This weekend means non-stop World Series of Poker action. After Ali Nejad and Maria Ho call today’s $10,000 H.O.R.S.E. final table, No Limit Hold’em returns for the $2,620 Marathon final table where David Tuchman and Jamie Kerstetter call the action.

Ali Nejad returns to the booth on Sunday, alongside Norman Chad for the $1,000 Seniors Championship final table. Sign up now to watch final table coverage from the summer’s biggest events. Over 40 WSOP Bracelet Event final tables will stream live from May 30 to July 16.

Check out the full streaming schedule and then sign up for non-stop summer action.

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