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WSOP 2023 Final Table Live Stream - How to watch World Series of Poker

PokerWired
17 Jul 2023
PokerWired Staff 17 Jul 2023
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  • Three remain in the largest World Series of Poker Main Event in history
  • United States guaranteed to win a Main Event bracelet for the first time since 2018
  • Find out how to watch the WSOP 2023 Final Table live with PokerGo
Watch the final table of WSOP 2023

After nearly six hours of play, the 2023 World Series of Poker (WSOP) Main Event Final Table is down to its last three players and you can watch the World Series of Poker 2023 Final Table live streaming online.

Either Adam Walton, Steven Jones or Daniel Weinman will go down in poker history as the winner of the largest Main Event of all time.

The three American players will this week play until a new champion is crowned, with whoever is crowned 2023 World Champion set to take home $12,100,000 in winnings as well as a Main Event bracelet.

The WSOP Main Event Bracelet features approximately 500 grams of gold, 2,352 various precious gemstones, (including 42 carats of round genuine diamonds) and a removable golden poker chip that sits in the centre of the bracelet.

Poker fans can live stream the WSOP Main Event at PokerGO.com (code NEWBONUS) a dedicated poker streaming service which is providing live and on-demand coverage of the World Series of Poker. 

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2023 WSOP Main Event Final Three

Steven Jones (United States) – 238,000,000 Chips: Based in Phoenix, Arizona, Steven Jones entered the WSOP Main Event with $245,536 in live tournament winnings. With three players remaining, Jones is guaranteed more than sixteen times his lifetime earnings with a prize of $4,000,000 or more.

His deepest run in the WSOP was in 2019, placing second in the WSOPC $400 Double Stack. 

Daniel Weinman (United States) – 199,000,000 Chips: With more than $3.7 million in career earnings, Daniel Weinman came in as one of two WSOP bracelet holders at the Final Table.

As a regular international winner, the Atlanta, Georgia native has won tournaments in Spain and Australia and finished first in the 2015 WSOP Circuit Cherokee Main Event domestically. 

Adam Walton (United States) – 165,500,000 Chips: A professional poker player from Seattle, Washington, Adam Walton has succeeded in smaller tournaments with several wins. No stranger to the WSOP, he has 19 career cashes including a 42nd-place finish in the 2021 Main Event.

So far this year, Walton has cashed twice at the WSOP, placing 358th in Event #39: $1,500 No-Limit Hold’em Monster Stack and Event #59: $3,000 No-Limit Hold’em Freezeout. 

WSOP 2023 Final Table Live Stream

The final three will take the Main Event stage inside Horseshoe Events Center at 13:00 local time on Monday, July 17.

For real-time WSOP Main Event coverage, you can visit PokerGO.com (code NEWBONUS) to watch the WSOP Main Event live streaming.

WSOP Live Streaming Information

PokerGO.com (code NEWBONUS) a dedicated poker streaming service, is providing both live and on-demand coverage of the World Series of Poker.

A PokerGO subscription is priced at $14.99 per month, $29.99 for three months or $99.99 per year, and is accessible on a variety of devices. This service holds broadcast rights to not only the WSOP but also the Super High Roller Bowl, Poker Masters, US Poker Open, and PokerGO Cup.

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