The World Poker Tour (WPT) has announced its broadcasting schedule of the WPT World Championship. This event is set to unfold over a span of 14 days at the prestigious Wynn Las Vegas, starting November 29 and wrapping up on December 23. The highlight of this series is the championship tournament, which boasts the largest guaranteed prize pool ever, at $40 million. This tournament will kick off on December 12.
Starting December 7, fans can tune in to WPT.com for live streams of the championship events. The streaming action kicks off with a $25/$50 Creator Cash Game that includes WPT ambassadors Brad Owen and Andrew Neeme.
The excitement continues the next day with coverage of the final table at the $1,100 Ladies Championship. The high-stakes action doesn’t stop there; December 9 and 10 will feature back-to-back days of the High Stakes Cash Game event. The action-packed schedule then shifts to Pot Limit Omaha (PLO) games, with three more cash game streams, highlighted by the Million Dollar Cash Game on December 15.
One of the series’ most anticipated events, The Big One for One Drop, will make its return, with its final table being broadcast live starting December 20. This event will feature renowned poker elites, including the legendary ten-time WSOP bracelet winner, Phil Ivey.
Comprehensive live coverage of the WPT World Championship is scheduled from the second day of play right through to the last hand of the $10,400 buy-in main event, which concludes on December 21. It should be noted, however, that there will be a pause in the live streaming on December 13.
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