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ESPN Steps Up Coverage Of WSOP Main Event Gambling On Tuesday

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ESPN has been airing coverage of the 2010 World Series of Poker on Tuesday nights and this week the action is expected to heat up for fans. The third and fourth day one action will be featured from this years main event.

Each day will have s specific hour dedicated to ensuring that no big hand was missed. Day 1D will air at 8PM on Tuesday, and that will be flowed by the hour-long Day 1D airing. There will be plenty of poker expertise shown, and the not-so-good hands will also make the telecast.

The biggest of poker names waited until the field thinned out in July before they entered the main event. That will make for some interesting television with the likes of Annie Duke, Doyle Brunson, Joe Cada, and last year's final table participant Phil Ivey all being featured.

Ivey had another tremendous run through the WSOP in 2010, but he failed to make it back to the final table of the main event. In the process, however, he did move up the list of bracelet winners. Ivey is still considered to be the top player in the game today by many of his peers.

Daniel Negreanu is another player who will have plenty of airtime this week, but not for reasons he will be proud of. Negreanu has not had a typical year in which he has large amounts of success. Instead, he has struggled through much of the year.

The day one telecasts will also feature some of the amateur players that had entered the main event. ESPN has been airing the WSOP for the past several years, although the network has yet to go live with their telecasts. With the popularity of poker in the US growing, a chance exists that the coverage will go live in the future.

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