Throughout the summer, PokerGO will bring fans across the globe exclusive access to World Series of Poker final table streams and Poker Central will be following all the WSOP action. Each day, “World Series of Photos” will tell the daily stories from the Rio, so you don’t miss any of the sights of the WSOP. 

Event #73 – $10,000 World Series of Poker Main Event

Past champions have yet to fair that well in this year’s Main Event, with Joe Hachem falling before the money during Day 3. One past winner that is still going strong though, is 1998 Main Event champion Scott Nyguen. The five-time bracelet winner, pictured top, has already had one stint on the PokerGO live stream and in a few hours, he’ll hit prime time ESPN, as his table was just moved to the main stage after the last break.

Two players have completed poker’s Triple Crown during this summer’s World Series of Poker and Jared Jaffee, who opened the PokerGO live stream on the feature table, has World Poker Tour and WSOP victories on his resume. With the rebranding of PokerStars EPT events, it remains to be seen what Jaffee needs to win next to complete his own Triple Crown but one thing that is never unknown, is whether or not Jaffee will bring color and entertainment to the felt. Watch his play at the PokerGO feature table here.

Rounding out the early PokerGO lineups, the youngest female to play in this year’s Main Event, Brazil’s Vivian Saliba. After making a deep run in the $10,000 Pot Limit Omaha Championship, Saliba is making a run in the summer’s biggest event and she currently sits with an above average stack after the first Day 3 break. Saliba is still on the PokerGO outer feature table and will be there when coverage shifts to ESPN later tonight.

Staying with the PokerGO stream theme, Nick Schulman will continue to provide commentary for this year’s Main Event, after busting out of the tournament shy of the money last night. Schulman and Ali Nejad will headline most of the PokerGO broadcasts over the next few days, before the legendary crew of Norman Chad, Lon McEachern and Kara Scott take poker fans home on ESPN during the final table.

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