Whatcha Doin’ on Tuesday?

ESPN Begins WSOP Coverage on July 22

by , Jul 20, 2008 | 3:57 pm

The 2008 World Series of Poker will begin airing on ESPN on Tuesday, 7/22 with two hours of coverage every week leading up to the November 11th final table. Six bracelet events, including the $50K HORSE championship, will set the stage for the extensive coverage of the WSOP main event that will span from September 2nd to October 28th. The final table preview show will follow, and the semi-live broadcast of the main event final table will finish out the season on November 11th.

Set your TiVo or DVR – or do it the old fashioned way and sit in front of your TV when it airs – per the following schedule (times listed are EST):

Jul. 22 (8-10pm) $10K PLHE
Jul. 29 (8-10pm) $1500 NLHE
Aug. 5 (8-10pm) $5K Mixed Hold’em
Aug. 12 (8-10pm) $1K NLHE w/rebuys
Aug. 19 (8-10pm) $50K HORSE
Aug. 26 (8-10pm) $10K PLO
Sep. 2 (8-10pm) $10K NLHE Main Event
Sep. 9 – Oct.28 (9-11pm) $10K NLHE Main Event
Nov. 4 (8-10pm) $10K NLHE final table preview
Nov. 11 (9-11pm) $10K NLHE final table

2 Comments to “Whatcha Doin’ on Tuesday?”

  1. DanM

    Crap, I’ve got an appointment. Know when they’ll be running reruns?

    Just kidding, I’ve got Tivo.

  2. Aaron A

    Alright, alright, alright! I’m pumped up! Always look forward to the good ol’ NEW poker. I’m tired of watching the 2005 crap on espn2 or whatever the hell it is. Over and over they show it! Frikin’ tired of ALEX FUCKIN JACOB!!