The 2011 World Series of Poker Main Event would see Pius Heinz become the first winner from Germany when he topped the 6,865-player field to collect the $8,715,638 first-place prize and the coveted WSOP bracelet.

Every episode from the 2011 WSOP Main Event is now available on PokerGO, while Day 1 action is available on YouTube for free.

For a fourth straight year, the November Nine concept continued in the 2011 WSOP Main Event as Martin Staszko held the chip lead with 40,175,000 heading into the break ahead of Eoghan O’Dea who sat with 33,925,000. Several notable American players would round out the top five in chips as Matt Giannetti, Phil Collins, and Ben Lamb look to keep the Main Event bracelet on home soil after it spent a year in Canada with Jonathan Duhamel.

The other storyline at the final table would be its international flavor. Outside of the three Americans, the Czech Republic, Ireland, Belize, Germany, Ukraine, and Great Britain was also represented.

Watch your favorite players tumble to the rail, and defending champions and WSOP bracelet winners make deep runs. Watch all 26 episodes from the 2011 WSOP Main Event right now on PokerGO.

World Series of Poker Main Event coverage is available right now on PokerGO. Check out the WSOP Classic collection and watch the best moments from past Main Events including Johnny Chan’s quest for a third title, the meteoric rise of Chris Moneymaker, and Joe Cada setting the record as youngest champion.

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