WSOP Announces 9 Days of Paradise Livestreams on PokerGO

WSOP Announces 9 Days of Paradise Livestreams on PokerGO

With just under a month to go before the poker world heads to The Bahamas, the World Series of Poker (WSOP) has released the viewing schedule for their trip to Paradise. The series, which runs from December 3-14, will feature nine days of livestreams and three TV episodes on PokerGO and CBS Sports Network.

Several legends have already punched their ticket for The Bahamas, including Daniel Negreanu, Jamie Gold, Phil Hellmuth, and 2023 WSOP Main Event Champion Daniel Weinman. The series will also see appearances from the likes of Alexandra Botez, Hoodie Allen, NBA champion Tony Parker, and Manchester City legend Sergio Aguero.

Coverage will provided by CBS Sports Network and PokerGO, the exclusive streaming partner of the WSOP. They have nine days of livestreams on tap and three TV episodes to be produced later with commentary from Norman Chad and Lon McEachern.

With big guarantees, tons of online qualifiers, extra cash bonuses and now traditional television coverage, were ready to welcome the Poker World to one of the most beautiful places in the world next month, said Ty Stewart, SVP & Executive Director of the World Series of Poker.

But for those who cant take a poker vacation to the Bahamas, were happy to send a bit of Paradise back home.

The livestream schedule begins with Event #1: Mystery Millions on Dec. 6 and continues with several days of the GGMillion$ High Roller $25k on Dec. 8. The Mystery Millions will offer a $5 million guarantee, while the High Roller promises $10 million.

After the High Roller, coverage shifts to the WSOP No-Limit Holdem World Championship in Paradise, the flagship tournament of the series. Players will sit down on Dec. 9 and fight for a $15 million guarantee over several days of livestream coverage from the Atlantis.

2023 WSOP Paradise Schedule

The rest of the series will feature millions in guarantees spread across events like Millionaire Maker in Paradise and the $103,000 Ultra High Roller No-Limit Holdem Championship. PokerNews will be on hand for live coverage from the floor of your favorite tournaments.

Start DateEventTotal Buy-inGuarantee
Sun 3 Dec#1: Mystery Millions$1,650$5,000,000
Mon 4 Dec#2: Millionaire Maker in Paradise$1,500$5,000,000
Tue 5 Dec#3: GGMillion$ High Rollers Championship$26,000$10,000.000
#4: Mini Main Event No-Limit Hold'em$1,100$1,000,000
Thu 7 Dec#5: High Roller Pot-Limit Omaha$26,000$2,000,000
Fri 8 Dec#6: No-Limit Hold'em 6-Handed$3,300$1,000,000
#7: Super High Roller No-Limit Hold'em$53,000$2,000,000
#8: Mystery Bounty Pot-Limit Omaha$2,100$1,000,000
Sat 9 Dec#9: Ultra High Roller No-Limit Hold'em$103,000$5,000,000
#10: Main Event Championship$5,300$15,000,000
Tue 12 Dec#11: Flip & Go$800
Wed 13 Dec#12: No-Limit Hold'em Freezeout (Online)$1,050$1,000,000
#13: Pot-Limit Omaha Championship$10,400$1,000,000
#14: The Closer Turbo Bounty$2,200$1,000,000
Thu 14 Dec#15: High Roller No-Limit Hold'em 6-Handed$10,400$1,000,000


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