POKER PROduction Drones Target The World Series Of Poker

Mori's using drones just in case you bomb the river.

Here’s a pretty cool shot of what looks like a new way to get aerial footage inside the Amazon Room at the Rio. It’s kind of hard to make out but from the looks of it, Mori Eskandani and the PokerPROduction staff is looking to implement drones to supplement their coverage of the World Series of Poker Main Event on ESPN.

The WSOP on ESPN aires new episodes beginning on July 29 with the first of 6 episodes chronicling the 2014 Big One For One Drop. Spoiler alert: the winner doesn’t give ESPN an interview.

It continues after a short break on September 28 when the highlight package that is the 2014 Main Event kicks off and it’s here you may see some of the drone technology in action.

Every week there after, two new episodes of the WSOP on ESPN will air straight through until November 9. On November 10 you will be glued to the Live Main Event Final Table and the event will wrap up on November 11 when we play down to a new World Champion.

Again, these drones look pretty cool but can they help people get drunk?!

Read: Drone Bartenders Descend on Las Vegas

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