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 #27 – $3,000 No Limit Hold’em 6-Handed

Regarded as the world’s winningest online player, with over $14 million in online tournament winnings, Chris Moorman is no stranger to success. This weekend though, Moorman tasted a different type of success, as he outlasted a tough Event #27 final table to win his first-career World Series of Poker bracelet and $498,682. Michael Gagliano took home the bronze medal, after winning a bracelet last summer, and fellow Englishman Max Silver earned $73,000 for 6th.

Event #30 – $10,000 HORSE Championship

From a player that broke through to a player that won his second bracelet in as many weeks. Georgia’s David Bach won his second-career bracelet earlier this summer in Event #11 $1,500 Dealers Choice and he followed that up with another victory, in the $10,000 HORSE Championship. While players like Jason Mercier and Daniel Negreanu stole all the headlines heading into the final table, it was Bach who ended the night in the spotlight.

Event #31 – $1,000 No Limit Hold’em Seniors Championship

PokerGO has been going non-stop all weekend and the action doesn’t slow down on Monday. The final table of the Seniors Championship, which is all that remains of the record-breaking 5,389-player field, will return with Mark Lillge at the top of the counts but 2014 winner Dan Heimiller, pictured top, is still very much alive with an average stack. The final table resumes at 12 PM PT and will play down to a champion, with action streaming exclusively on PokerGO.

Event #34 – $10,000 2-7 Lowball Triple Draw Championship

$10,000 Championship events are supposed to have stacked final tables but you’d be hard pressed to find a deeper lineup than the Event #34 final table. Bracelet winners Nick Schulman, Mike Matusow and Ben Yu come back looking to add to their trophy cases, along with chip leader Shaun Deeb, who is going for WSOP gold in back-to-back-to-back years.

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