For the 85 players that are returning to Day 6 of the World Series of Poker Main Event, the bright lights and intensity of final table set and broadcast are within touching distance. Just two days separate this field from the final nine and that journey begins today, with play resuming at 11 AM PT.

When play does resume, Germany’s Robin Hegele will control the chip lead but it will be Britain’s Max Silver that will be controlling the attention at the PokerGO and ESPN feature table. The recent bracelet winner sits with a top-three stack to start Day 6 and he will headline the feature table, along with former November Niner and WSOP Player of the Year Ben Lamb.

The first outer table is also home to some other Niners, including Michael Ruane, who is looking for back-to-back final table appearances. The New Jersey native will come back below the chip average, while Antoine Saout, who finished 3rd in 2009, comes back with a top-ten stack.

Day 6 chip leader Robin Hegele will make his PokerGO and ESPN debut on the secondary outer table, with High Rollers Connor Drinan and Dario Sammartino rounding out that lineup. Even though both Drinan and Sammartino come back below the chip average, the former is the only player in the top-50 of the all-time money list still alive in the Main Event and the former is still hungry after a career-best summer.

As it stands, those lineups will open the Day 6 action on ESPN, with live coverage starting on ESPN 2 at 11 AM PT. The action then shifts to PokerGO at 3 PM PT and the feature tables could have a very different look by the time PokerGO’s coverage concludes. By night’s end, three tables will remain and 27 players will be one day closer to the Main Event final table but until then, PokerGO and ESPN 2 are your home for live WSOP Main Event broadcasts. 

A complete PokerGO and ESPN streaming schedule for the 2017 WSOP Main Event can be found here