After six weeks of action, the World Series of Poker is officially over. Throughout the summer, PokerGO was your one-stop-shop for WSOP action and while over a dozen final tables were streamed live, some of the best moments of the summer came during the WSOP Main Event.

For the first time, the Main Event was streamed in real time by PokerGO and ESPN and these are our five favorite moments and hands from the World Series of Poker Main Event…

5. Final Table Bubble

While there are some bigger monetary bubbles in poker, enter stage left, Super High Roller Bowl, there may not be a more tense bubble than the one at the unofficial WSOP Main Event final table. Ten players enter but each year, only nine will officially be remembered as final tablists. While Michael Ruane finished 4th in 2016 and came close to back-to-back single-digit finishes in the Main Event, this year he was eliminated in 10th place by Argentina’s Damian Salas.

4. Vanessa Selbst’s Day 1 Cooler

Simply put, Vanessa Selbst losing with a full house might have been the biggest cooler of the summer but it falls in the bottom half of our top-five for a few reasons. The hand took place on Day 1B of the tournament, so it was relatively early and even though Gaelle Baumann scored a quick double up, just an hour into the starting flight, she wasn’t able to parlay her quads into a Main Event cash. The hand will never be forgotten but it didn’t exactly play a role in the rest of the Main Event but our top-three certainly did.

3. Deuce on the River

The final hand of the WSOP Main Event is always exciting and Scott Blumstein’s river deuce certainly was but throughout heads up play, there was a feeling that no matter what the final hand was, it was a formality. Blumstein went into heads up play with a 2:1 chip lead and at a point, had Daniel Ott down near ten big blinds. Ott would have had to win the hand in question and a few more to even get back into contention and there were also these two hands that overshadowed the last hand dealt at the 2017 World Series.

2. Blumstein’s Bullets versus John Hesp

The two chip leaders came into the final table with a massive lead on the rest of the field, as Scott Blumstein and John Hesp controlled nearly half the total chips in play. Many expected both to cruise to the second day of the final table but on the opening night, they clashed in a massive hand that changed the course of the Main Event entirely. Blumstein’s battle against Hesp had everything, big hands, big swings, big equity and plenty of emotion but our top WSOP Main Event hand had all of that and more…

1. Eight Ball, Corner Pocket

This wins and it is not even close.

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