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Cards will be in the air for the 2023 World Series of Poker in a week’s time, and thousands of people will flock to Vegas to join the fun. If you are not among those lucky enough to be on the ground, PokerGO provides extensive coverage and brings the WSOP to your home.
The first stream from Sin City will go live in a week’s time, and from that moment onwards, there will be 47 days of uninterrupted coverage available.
You’ll get access to daily live streams and enjoy the action from 30 bracelet events this summer. Of course, the Main Event will be fully covered from start to finish, so you can follow along from the first moment those cards are in the air.
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Daniel Negreanu's legendary vlog is back for the 2023 WSOP so make sure to subscribe for daily updates from one of the world's best players!
If you are a fan of poker and the World Series, you probably know that for the past few years, Daniel Negreanu’s YouTube channel has been one of the go-to places to keep up with the happenings on the Strip. The 2023 WSOP will be no different.
‘KidPoker’ will be back with his daily WSOP vlogs, primarily covering his own efforts during the Series but also touching on many more interesting topics and controversies and sharing some valuable strategy tips and tricks along the way.
Every year, Negreanu finds a way to make his vlog more appealing to the thousands of his fans, and we expect nothing less from 2023. The Canadian superstar seems excited and ready to fire on all cylinders, and he’ll be sharing every step of the journey with fans across the globe.
If you haven’t done it yet, make sure to subscribe to Negreanu’s channel, and you can look forward to daily updates right from the heart of Las Vegas, experiencing the ups and downs of the whirlwind that is the World Series of Poker with one of the game’s best!
The four-part series is a product of cooperation between PokerStars and the Oracle Red Bull Racing team.
PokerStars has launched a new mini-series on YouTube in partnership with Oracle Red Bull Racing. Called Between the Lines, the series explores the similarities that exist between poker and motorsport at the highest level.
The new show features a very interesting and innovative concept, combining tense moments from EPT tournaments and key events from the 2022 Oracle Red Bull Racing season. It aims to discover and highlight strategies and qualities that help create winners on the green felt and on the racetrack.
The first episode features Hossein Ensan, a recreational poker player by definition, who made his claim to fame by taking down the 2023 WSOP Main Event and banking $10,000,000. However, Ensan proved his poker skills a few years earlier when he triumphed in the extremely competitive Main Event of the EPT Prague.
Featured on the other side is the Oracle Red Bull Racing team that faces a challenge due to unforeseen rain during the Monaco Grand Prix, putting them in a difficult spot and forcing them to make a tough call early during the race.
Between the Lines is a very interesting and adrenaline-filled show that brings together two seemingly completely different worlds and shows that, at the highest level of any competition, those who emerge victorious tend to possess very similar qualities, one of them being the willingness to take the risk and venture into the unknown!
Lex Veldhuis has had an amazing SCOOP so far, but the PokerStars ambassador is still looking to close the deal.
It’s been a good SCOOP so far for Lex Veldhuis, as the PokerStars ambassador had a few very deep runs already, including two third places and two runner-up finishes. It would be completely fair to say Lex has been crushing it this year, but he’s still to win a title.
He’ll have another shot at it in a few hours’ time, though, having made the final table of the $5k Titans PKO event.
No matter what happens, this is another feather in the cap of the popular streamer, who’ll be taking home at least $11,363 for his efforts. If he does end up winning, Lex will bank $71k and, perhaps more importantly, his first SCOOP title of 2023.
All of the final table action will be streamed live on the PokerStars official Twitch channel, and Veldhuis will have to face some formidable competition to go all the way, including Patrick Leonard and Pedro Padilha.
If you’re in the mood to watch some top-quality poker and root for Lex as he tries once again to close the deal in this year’s SCOOP, make sure to tune in!