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The World Series of Poker live stream: How to watch online


Welcome back my World Series of Poker fans. It’s Poker time ladies and gentleman. Let’s get ready to see the best in the world do battle with a chance to advance to the next round. Here is a brief synopsis.

Day 1B of the 2017 Main Event in Las Vegas. Lon McEachern and Norman Chad call the play, with reporter Kara Scott.

As TV fans we try to catch as much of our favorite shows that we can but sometimes life gets in the way. It may be a school function for the kids, date night with the significant other or a late night at work. But fear not. I am here to provide you a way to still be able to catch your favorite show, as long as you have a smartphone, computer or tablet.

With today’s technology, it’s a little easier to watch shows on your TV, computer or tablet, but the kicker is to find an actual LEGIT stream. I am careful as to what I download or play on my devices and I take my time and do research for every game. I check websites, local and national to make sure I provide myself with the best and safest way to enjoy a stream. I will do the same for you.

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Sunday we have The World Series of Poker. Like I stated above, if you are away from the TV at home you can still catch your favorite show anywhere. Just make sure you have a good connection.

Here is where you can watch The World Series of Poker live stream Sunday.

Date: Sunday, July 9

Start Time: 2:00 p.m. (EST)

Episode: 2017 Main Event

Live Stream TV: ESPN2


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Mark Wilson
Mark began his writing career for Yahoo then Rant Sports before deciding to head out on his own at TruluvSports. Now, he is lead NBA writer as well as co-owner of Inscribermag. His topic ranges from sports, Lifestyle, Sex, live streams and more. Mark's work has been featured in Sports Illustrated, ESPN, Bleacher Report, Fox Sports, MSN, Yahoo Sports and many others. No one is perfect but he does his best to provide fans with an honest opinion and not the saturated, watered-down sports and news everyone dishes out.

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