World Series of Poker - Season 2010

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  • Final Table
    Final Table
    Episode 40
    11/12/10
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    The time has come to crown the World Champion of poker! The November Nine will take their seats and play for nearly nine million dollars and the most coveted bracelet in poker. In what will be an explosive conclusion to the 2010 World Series of Poker Main Event, history is on the line and one player will walk away with nearly nine million dollars, while the others will fall painfully short on pokers biggest stage.moreless
  • Main Event 26
    Main Event 26
    Episode 30
    11/3/10
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    Everyone who plays in the World Series of Poker Main Event strives to be part of Poker's incredible autumn tradition, and now only 13 are left competing for a spot in this year's, "November Nine." Every decision is critical and the pressure intensifies with only 4 eliminations separating them from a precious seat at the final table.moreless
  • Main Event 25
    Main Event 25
    Episode 29
    11/3/10
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    Only two tables remain at the Main Event where each and every hand counts for the 18 players left in the field.
  • Main Event 24
    Main Event 24
    Episode 28
    10/27/10
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    Day Eight of the 2010 Main Event continues, as the final 21 players jockey for a seat at one of the two feature tables and a chance at advancing to the November Nine. Amongst the narrowing field are four bracelet winners: Pascal LeFrancois, Scott Clements, Hasan Habib and Michael Mizrachi - who, if he were to win the Main Event, would grab a share of Player of the Year honors as well.moreless
  • Main Event 23
    Main Event 23
    Episode 27
    10/27/10
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    This is it! It is Day 8 of the Main Event of the 2010 World Series of Poker and just 27 players remain. Every decision matters, every hand counts as it is the last day of play before the November Nine is set. The money is big and the final table is tantalizingly close! There are two players with over 20 million in chips, Soi Nguyen and the chip leader Joseph Cheong who is seated at the feature table. He is joined by Norwegian pro Johnny Lodden, Filippo Candio from Italy and one time chip leader Matt Affleck. Four Mizrachi's cashed in the Main Event and now one of them, the winner of the $50k Poker Players Championship, Michael is still here with the final table in his sights. The Grinder is seated alongside two-time bracelet winner Scott Clements, Swedish pro William Thorson who finished 13th in this event in 2006 and Michiel Sijpkens from the Netherlands who could challenge Joe Cada's record as the youngest Main Event Champion ever. Twenty-seven remain but by the end of the day there will only be nine. This one hour show is part one of four showcasing the excitement of getting to the November Nine.moreless
  • Main Event 22
    Main Event 22
    Episode 26
    10/20/10
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    Day 7 of the 2010 Main Event continues and the field is down to just 40 hopefuls. Among them, five bracelet winners, including this years $50k Poker Players Champion Michael Mizrachi. Currently everyone is chasing chip leader and poker neophyte Cuong Nguyen who looks to hold off former chip leaders Matt Affleck, Filippo Candio, Joseph Cheong, William Thorson and Theo Jorgensen who along with the rest of the field are hoping be one of the Final 27, with a chance at the November Nine. Right now all are assured of over $200,000, but they all want that top prize of nearly $9,000,000!moreless
  • Main Event 21
    Main Event 21
    Episode 25
    10/20/10
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    With just six tables and 48 players remaining in the Main Event field, thoughts of making the 2010 November Nine have gone from fantasy to real possibility. As the stakes get higher, the storylines get more compelling -- good friends Johnny Lodden and chip leader William Thorson strive to reach the Final Table together, young Matt Affleck hopes to redeem himself after last year's dramatic collapse, and Michael Mizrachi continues to carry the hopes of his entire family -- these stories, and a ton of great poker action, come your way as Day 7 of The World Series of Poker Main Event continues.moreless
  • Main Event 20
    Main Event 20
    Episode 24
    10/13/10
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    Day 7 continues at the 2010 WSOP Main Event as the drama unfolds and the tension is mounting. 56 Players remain and among them are several developing storylines. William Thorson is attempting to best a previous Main Event finish of 13th place with an even deeper run this year, while his best friend Norwegian pro Johnny Lodden is also still alive and looking to go the distance as well. Matt Affleck is looking for redemption after last years 80th Place finish, as he looks to capitalize on the momentum he's built up to this point. Finally, the $50k Poker Players Champion Michael Mizrachi is representing all of the Family Mizrachi as he looks to do the unthinkable and take down the two most prestigious events in all of the WSOP. You will not want to miss a single hand of coverage, because at this stage of the tournament, every hand matters.moreless
  • Main Event 19
    Main Event 19
    Episode 23
    10/13/10
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    What began with over 7300 players is now down to 78. For the first time in this tournament, each and every person in the room knows that they have a real chance to make it to the Final Table and with that, a chance at poker immortality. Theo Jorgensen of Denmark begins this day as the chip leader. Right behind him is the Grinder, Michael Mizrachi, who has his sights set on the World Championship Bracelet and the Player of the Year Title. In this elite field a host of young guns, experienced pros and amateurs still remain, as does an eclectic international field, led by Filippo Candio, Johnny Lodden and William Thorson, who finished 13th in the 2006 Main Event. The feature table has a bevy of tough players, such as John Racener (currently 3rd in chips), Tony Dunst, who always sports a suit at the poker table and Jean-Robert Bellande who was made famous as a contestant on Survivor. This one-hour show will kick off the exciting journey of Day Seven as every player in the field begins their final push to try and become a member of the 2010 November Nine.moreless
  • Main Event 18
    Main Event 18
    Episode 22
    10/7/10
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    With only 2 days of play remaining before the final table, every elimination brings the field closer and closer to the magical November Nine. Watch the story unfold as Day 6 rolls on at the World Series of Poker. There are plenty of top players, including Eric Baldwin, Matt Affleck, James Carroll, Peter Jetten, David Benyamine and Jean-Robert Bellande that still remain in the hunt for the top prize in poker a seat at the final table.moreless
  • Main Event 17
    Main Event 17
    Episode 21
    10/7/10
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    The final 9 is now within sight at the 2010 World Series of Poker Main Event. Over 98% of the 7319 player field has been eliminated and amazingly 2 Mizrachi Brothers still remain among the 122 players vying for a seat at the November 9. 2010 $50k Poker Players Champion, Michael Mizrachi and 2007 Bracelet winner Robert Mizrachi are both still in the hunt to make the Main Event final table. Both defied all odds by reaching the final table together at this years Players Championship. If they can duplicate the feat at the World Championship they will attain legendary status as they make a run at pokers ultimate prize.moreless
  • Main Event 16
    Main Event 16
    Episode 20
    9/29/10
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    Day Six of the 2010 WSOP Main Event continues with only 150 players remaining from a starting field of more than 7300. Brothers Michael and Robert Mizrachi are still in the hunt for the most prestigious prize in poker, as are young phenoms Eric Baldwin and Phil Galfond, and former Survivor contestant Jean-Robert Bellande. After a disappointing and swift fall from the chip lead to the exit in 2009, Matt Affleck is back on Day Six for the second consecutive year with hopes of improving on last year's 80th place finish.moreless
  • Main Event 15
    Main Event 15
    Episode 19
    9/29/10
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    It is Day 6 of the Main Event of the 2010 World Series of Poker and less than three percent of the starting field remains! A total of 205 players will take their seats, a group headlined by two-time Main Event Champion Johnny Chan who is ninth in chips and has the Main Event Final Table in his sights. There are two Mizrachi brothers left in the field, Grinder and Robert, along with internet legend Phil Galfond and the always entertaining Jean-Robert Bellande. There are 15 bracelet winners including Eric Baldwin, former baseball player and last years Card Player Player of the Year who will be seated at table two. The feature table includes Matt Affleck - last year at this time he was one of the chip leaders but ended up a Day 6 casualty. Only three days of play stand between the field and the final table. During this one hour show some players will take a stand while others will hit the rail.moreless
  • Main Event 14
    Main Event 14
    Episode 18
    9/22/10
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    Amazingly the three Mizrachi brothers still remain at the 2010 World Series of Poker, including Michael 'The Grinder' Mizrachi who already won the 2010 Poker Players championship and still holds out hope for the Main Event bracelet and Player of the Year. Two former champions also loom: Scotty Nguyen and one of the chip leaders, Johnny Chan.But taking center stage is online poker legend Phil Galfond. Galfond comes in 5th in chips and is trying to become the first online star to make the November Nine.moreless
  • Main Event 13
    Main Event 13
    Episode 17
    9/22/10
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    The bubble has burst and the remaining 574 players who began day 5 are all in the money and looking for more. But taking center stage is online poker legend Phil Galfond. Galfond comes in 5th in chips and is trying to become the first online star to make the November Nine. He headlines a bevy of online pros like Jason Mercier, Erik Baldwin, Matt Affleck and overall chip leader Tony Dunst.moreless
  • Main Event 12
    Main Event 12
    Episode 16
    9/15/10
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    1998 champion Scotty Nguyen is still in contention and looking to avenge his Main Event meltdown in 2007. Also in pursuit of history are the four Mizrachi brothers; Michael, Robert, Eric and Donny. They hope to be the first quartet of brothers to make the money in the Main Event. Michael Mizrachi, who won his first World Series bracelet this year, is also in contention for the 2010 Player of the Year title. Frank Kasella has a wide lead in that race and can clinch a tie for the title by cashing tonight. Plus several big-name pros like Patrik Antonious, Jean-Robert Bellande, and recent bracelet winner Gavin Smith are still in the hunt. The exciting drama of the money bubble is here, as tonight it's either make the money or go home.moreless
  • Main Event 11
    Main Event 11
    Episode 15
    9/15/10
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    Tonight is the first major milestone of the 2010 Main Event...making the money. 1203 players will walk into the poker room, but only 747 players will make the money. Living legend Johnny Chan is looking to make the money and history. The 2-time Main Event Champion is in pursuit of two records: an 11th World Series Bracelet and a third Main Event title. If Chan can conquer the second largest field in Main Event history he will lay claim to the title: greatest Main Event Champion of all time.moreless
  • Main Event 10
    Main Event 10
    Episode 14
    9/8/10
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    The Prince of Poker takes center stage on Day 3 at the 2010 World Series Main Event. 1998 Main Event Champion Scotty Nguyen is sure to supply plenty of great poker and entertainment. The 5-time bracelet winner nearly made the Main Event final table in 2007, this year he's even hungrier to get another shot at a second World Championship. To do so, he'll have to contend with a slew of the biggest names in the game including 2009 Bluff Magazine Player of the Year Jason Mercier, Michael "The Grinder" Mizrachi, and 2004 WSOP Player of the Year Daniel Negreanu. Also looming in the field is defending Main Event Champion Joe Cada, plus former champions Johnny Chan, Chris Moneymaker and Dan Harrington. Over 2500 players remain on Day 3, but surviving it will be no easy feat.moreless
  • Main Event 9
    Main Event 9
    Episode 13
    9/8/10
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    The Prince of Poker takes center stage on Day 3 at the 2010 World Series Main Event. 1998 Main Event Champion Scotty Nguyen is sure to supply plenty of great poker and entertainment. The 5-time bracelet winner nearly made the Main Event final table in 2007, this year he's even hungrier to get another shot at a second World Championship. To do so, he'll have to contend with a slew of the biggest names in the game including 2009 Bluff Magazine Player of the Year Jason Mercier, Michael "The Grinder" Mizrachi, and 2004 WSOP Player of the Year Daniel Negreanu.moreless
  • Main Event 8
    Main Event 8
    Episode 12
    9/1/10
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    There are a total of four Main Event Champs in the field including Texas Dolly himself, Doyle Brunson. The always entertaining Phil "The Unibomber" Laak is at table two while a plethora of other pros and celebs are littering the field, like Player of the Year leader Frank Kassela and Seinfeld's, Jason Alexander. In the first hour, the feature table has two big names; 1995 Champion Dan Harrington and one of last year's November Nine - Jeff Shulman. In the second hour they are joined by another top pro - two time bracelet winner Josh Arieh.moreless
  • Main Event 7
    Main Event 7
    Episode 11
    9/1/10
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    The 2010 World Series of Poker Main Event rolls on as the last of two Day 2's begins and with it the biggest field yet, a whopping 2,734 players! Over 7,300 showed up to play in the Main Event this year, less than half survived the first day two and it's time to find out how many can survive this one. The field is stacked with five members of last year's November Nine including the runner up, Darvin Moon, the best player in the game, Phil Ivey and two-time Main Event final table player Jeff Shulman who is seated at the feature table alongside four-time final table player, the 1995 Main Event Champion Dan Harrington!moreless
  • Main Event 6
    Main Event 6
    Episode 10
    8/25/10
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    Taking center stage are two players who are looking to finally make their mark in the Main Event. Cash game great and one of the best players on the planet, Patrik Antonious is at table 2, while 4-time bracelet winner and 2004 player of the year Daniel Negreanu is at the feature table. They are joined by a slew of other big names looking for their Main Event moment like, Michael and Robert Mizrachi, Erik Seidel and Annie Duke. And then there are nine former champions who start the day looking to capture past glory. They include defending champion Joe Cada, the man responsible for the poker boom, Chris Moneymaker, the colorful Scotty Nguyen and two-time winner, Johnny Chan who is also one of the chip leaders. Each hopes for another title but these champions, like everyone else, must first survive their day 2...moreless
  • Main Event 5
    Main Event 5
    Episode 9
    8/25/10
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    The four day one sessions of the Main Event have come and gone with over 2000 players already eliminated. But 5,146 still remain and the field is still too big to all play at once. Tonight the first of two day 2 sessions begins with over 2400 participants.
  • Main Event 4
    Main Event 4
    Episode 8
    8/18/10
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    The 2010 World Series of Poker concludes its Day 1 sessions as two of the biggest names from last year's November Nine are back in action. 2009 Main Event runner-up Darvin Moon and 8-time bracelet winner Phil Ivey will be out in the field alongside other members of the November Nine such as Jeff Shulman, 2009 3rd place finisher Antoine Saout, and Eric Buchman. Taking center stage at the secondary feature table, it's none other than the living legend of poker, 2-time World Champion and 10-time bracelet winner, Doyle Brunson. Everyone has their sights set on the close to 9 million dollar prize and the covered gold bracelet. But first, they must survive the numerous land mines in the field on Day 1.moreless
  • Main Event 3
    Main Event 3
    Episode 7
    8/18/10
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    The third Day 1 of the 2010 Main Event has a star-studded field. Some of the game's greatest poker players are in attendance, including WSOP bracelet winners, Daniel Negreanu, Robert Mizrachi, Annie Duke, and Chau Giang. Cash game specialists Patrick Antonius and Tom Dwan are hoping that their online success can translate to riches in the most prestigious live tournament in the world. And nine former Main Event Champions have come to the Rio to take their first step in making another run at the most coveted title in poker. Among those champions, are two men who will take center stage tonight. Phil Hellmuth was once the youngest Main Event Champions and is the all-time record holder with 11 WSOP bracelets. The Poker Brat will bring his brash and bold style to the felt, while also entertaining the audience with another trademark Hellmuthian entrance. Joe Cada had a remarkable run to the title in 2009, as he became the youngest Main Event Champion. Now, the spotlight will once again shine bright on Cada as he begins the defense of his title!moreless
  • Main Event 2
    Main Event 2
    Episode 6
    8/11/10
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    The journey towards a top prize of $8.9 million begins for nearly 1,500 players on Day 1B of the World Series of Poker's Main Event. For Annette Obrestad, the day also marked the culmination of an anxious wait for her highly anticipated debut. As an 18-year old, Obrestad introduced herself to the poker world by winning the inaugural World Series of Poker Europe Main Event. She's been an intimidating presence online and in live tournaments abroad, and after turning 21-years old, she can finally bring her game to poker's most prestigious tournament. This one-hour program highlights her premiere at the Main Event as she competes amongst a field that includes former Main Event champion, Dan Harrington, Gavin Smith and 2008 Player of the Year, Erick Lindgren.moreless
  • Main Event 1
    Main Event 1
    Episode 5
    8/11/10
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    Day 1 of the Main Event has finally arrived at the 2010 World Series of Poker! This year the second largest field in poker history, 7319 players, will vie for the World Championship, but surviving it is no easy feat. No one is safe, not even the best pros in the world. 3-time WSOP bracelet winner Mike "The Mouth" Matusow takes center stage on opening day and is sure to supply plenty of entertainment and quite possibly a few confrontations. "The Mouth" has made some of the most memorable deep runs during the modern era of the Main Event and this year he's hungry as ever to get another shot at the World Championship. But he'll have to contend with a monstrous field that includes some of the biggest names in the game including 2003 World Champion Chris Moneymaker, 2004 World Champion Greg Raymer and 2010 Poker Players Championship winner Michael "The Grinder" Mizrachi. This one hour show kicks off the most anticipated poker event of the year in grand style.moreless
  • Tournament of Champions 2
    8/4/10
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    The six men remaining in the 2010 Tournament of Champions have all won big money, bracelets and the respect of their peers - but only one will be crowned as the best of the best. After outlasting legends including Phil Ivey, Phil Hellmuth and Doyle Brunson, ten-time bracelet winner Johnny Chan holds the chip lead at our Final Table. But in order to take the title, Chan will have to withstand challenges from former Main Event winners Joe Hachem and Huck Seed, and multiple bracelet winners Daniel Negreanu (4), Barry Greenstein (3) and Howard Lederer (2). On the line is half a million dollars, the TOC trophy and plenty of bragging rights as the first winner of the Tournament of Champions since 2006.moreless
  • Tournament of Champions 1
    8/4/10
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    The Tournament of Champions is back! With fan voting the driving force for selection into the tournament's starting field of 27, this is truly poker's All-Star Event. The collection of players rounding out the final 10 represent one of the most impressive final tables ever assembled, between them they hold 41 World Series of Poker bracelets and have garnered over 32 million dollars in World Series tournament winnings. Among the final 10, the inaugural event's 2004 winner, Annie Duke, who once again finds herself at a Tournament of Champions final table with her brother, Howard Lederer. If they want to keep the title in the family, they'll have to get by three former Main Event champions, Johnny Chan, Joe Hachem and Huck Seed. Other top pros looking to compete for this illustrious title include; Daniel Negreanu, Erik Seidel, Barry Greenstein, T.J. Cloutier, and Jen Harman. In the end one of these elite players will claim half-a-million dollars as well as the title 'champion of champions'.moreless
  • Players Championship 2
    7/28/10
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    Just five players remain in the $50,000 buy-in Poker Player's Championship, battling for the title Best All Around Player in Poker. They include a pair of brothers, Robert and Michael Mizrachi, who have set a World Series record for best finish in any tournament by two siblings. Robert is gunning for his second World Series Bracelet, while Michael looks for his first. To do so, he'll have to live up to his nickname: The Grinder, and fight his way back into contention after losing the chip lead. They are up against a four-time bracelet winner, John Juanda, a surprising Russian Amateur, Vladimir Shchmelev and the current chip leader, cash game specialist David Oppenheim. In the end one of these five men will earn over 1.5 million dollars, the first World Series bracelet of 2010 and the title "Best All Around Player in Poker"!moreless
  • Players Championship 1
    7/28/10
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    The 2010 World Series of Poker kicks off in grand style with the special $50,000 buy-in Poker Player's Championship! One hundred and sixteen of the most decorated players in the game generated a prize pool of $5.6 million in this mixed game event which tests players in eight different disciplines. Each player hoped to walk away with the $1.5 million dollar first prize, the bracelet, and the title "best all around poker player." This one hour show will kick off the 2010 season with high drama, excitement and an intriguing family rivalry.moreless
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