The 2019 WSOP Main Event would be the second-largest of all-time as it attracted 8,569 players and created a prize pool of over $80.5 million. Nearly 1,300 players finished in-the-money, but it would inevitably be German Hossein Ensan defeating Italian Dario Sammartino heads-up to win the $10 million first-place prize.
The 2019 WSOP collection on PokerGO includes episodes, live streams, and recaps from the Main Event and a plethora of bracelet events totaling over 206 hours of watchable content – that’s nearly nine days of continuous WSOP 2019 footage!
Watch everything from the 2019 WSOP now on PokerGO!
The 2019 WSOP Main Event was streamed on ESPN, ESPN2, and PokerGO, and until now, only the PokerGO streams were available. However, the 2019 WSOP Main Event collection will grow as those ESPN and ESPN2 live streams are now available on PokerGO.
Originally just 16 live streams and nearly 46 hours of content, the 2019 WSOP Main Event live streams now total 27 live streams and nearly 80 hours of content. Watch the likes of Daniel Negreanu, Antonio Esfandiari, Olivier Busquet, Gus Hansen, Kelly Minkin, and Stephen Chidwick on the feature tables during the early days of the Main Event, before action progresses towards reaching the final table and new faces and eventual final tablists begin to make their names known.
The final table concludes over three days of play with Ensan winning poker’s greatest prize while being crowned the 2019 WSOP Main Event champion – the second ever from Germany following Pius Heinz’s win in 2011 for over $8.7 million.
The 2019 WSOP Main Event was broadcast on ESPN and is now available on PokerGO. Watch one of the live streams from any of the 13 days of play and relive the 2019 WSOP Main Event on PokerGO now.
|2019 WSOP Main Event Live Stream Viewing Guide|
|Day||Featured Players||PokerGO Link|
|Day 1A (Part 1)||Max Steinberg and Lexy Gavin||Link|
|Day 1A (Part 2)||Damian Salas and Stephen Chidwick||Link|
|Day 1B (Part 1)||Daniel Negreanu and John Hesp||Link|
|Day 1B (Part 2)||Shawn Sheikhan, Daniel Negreanu, and Andrew Moreno||Link|
|Day 1B (Part 3)||Yuri Dzivielevski, Joe Hachem, and Daniel Negreanu||Link|
|Day 1C (Part 1)||Phil Laak and Jesse Sylvia||Link|
|Day 1C (Part 2)||Jamie Gold and Farah Galfond||Link|
|Day 2A/B (Part 1)||Chris Moneymaker and Paul Volpe||Link|
|Day 2A/B (Part 2)||Jean-Robert Bellande and Michael Lech||Link|
|Day 2C (Part 1)||Phil Hellmuth, Nick Schulman, and Loni Harwood||Link|
|Day 2C (Part 2)||Nick Schulman, Loni Harwood, and Phil Hellmuth||Link|
|Day 3 (Part 1)||Olivier Busquet, Yuri Dzivielevski, and Phillip Hui||Link|
|Day 3 (Part 2)||Kelly Minkin, Olivier Busquet, and Brent Roberts||Link|
|Day 3 (Part 3)||Gus Hansen, Lars Bonding, and Yuri Dzivielevski||Link|
|Day 4 (Part 1)||Antonio Esfandiari and Allen Cunningham||Link|
|Day 4 (Part 2)||Dario Sammartino and Antonio Esfandiari||Link|
|Day 5 (Part 1)||Richard Seymour, Matt Stout, and Dario Sammartino||Link|
|Day 5 (Part 2)||Jake Schindler, Sam Greenwood, and Alex Foxen||Link|
|Day 5 (Part 3)||Antonio Esfandiari, Yuri Dzivielevski, and Garry Gates||Link|
|Day 6 (Part 1)||Sam Greenwood, Dario Sammartino, and Antonio Esfandiari||Link|
|Day 6 (Part 2)||Timothy Su, Sam Greenwood, and Chris Hunichen||Link|
|Day 7 (Part 1)||Hossein Ensan, Dario Sammartino, and Timothy Su||Link|
|Day 7 (Part 2)||Nicholas Marchington, Hossein Ensan, and Kevin Maahs||Link|
|Day 7 (Part 3)||Hossein Ensan, Timothy Su, and Garry Gates||Link|
|Final Table (Day 1)||Zhen Cai, Milos Skrbic, Timothy Su, and Nicholas Marchington||Link|
|Final Table (Day 2)||Garry Gates, Kevin Maahs, Dario Sammartino, Alex Livingston, and Hossein Ensan||Link|
|Final Table (Day 3)||Hossein Ensan, Dario Sammartino, and Alex Livingston||Link|