The Poker Masters Viewing Guide on PokerGO
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Will Rainer Kempe, 2016 SHR Bowl winner, lead a German contingent at the Poker Masters? (Photo: Poker Central)

The Poker Masters Viewing Guide on PokerGO

Five Final Tables and Three Days of $100K Action

Posted September 12, 2017 by Paul Oresteen Champion Rainer Kempe_2016 Super High Roller Bowl_Final Table_Giron_8JG5399
Will Rainer Kempe, 2016 SHR Bowl winner, lead a German contingent at the Poker Masters? (Photo: Poker Central)

The opening Poker Masters preliminary event is a day away, which kicks off eight days of unprecedented High Roller action only on PokerGO. Four $50,000 preliminary single re-entry, two-day events lead up to a final $100,000 buy-in, three-day event on Monday, September 18. Subscribers should get the popcorn ready, make sure their fantasy lineups are good and consider hosting a home game viewing party with hours of coverage on tap until a winner dons the Poker Masters Purple Jacket™.

Ali Nejad returns to the booth to call all the action alongside David Williams. Nejad anchored the 2017 Super High Roller Bowl and returned to voice the new episodes of Poker After Dark. Williams spent time on PokerGO’s desk during the World Series of Poker.

Each of the four preliminary $50,000 final tables are scheduled to stream on PokerGO until completion and on other the days the stream starts later in the day.

Poker Masters PokerGO Stream Schedule

Wednesday, Sept 13 – Event 1 $50,000 Day 1 Feature Table – 8 pm ET

Thursday, Sept 14 – Event 1 $50,000 Final Table – 3:30 pm ET

Friday, Sept 15 – Event 2 $50,000 Final Table – 3:30 pm ET

Saturday, Sept 16 – Event 3 $50,000 Final Table – 3:30 pm ET

Sunday, Sept 17 – Event 4 $50,000 Final Table – 3:30 pm ET

Monday, Sept 18 – Event 5 $100,000 Feature Table – 8:30 pm ET

Tuesday, Sept 19 – Event 5 $100,000 Feature Table – 5:30 pm ET

Wednesday, Sept 20 – Event 5 $100,000 Final Table – 3:30 pm ET

A complete video archive of the previous day's action is normally available under Event Replays within a few hours after play ends - allowing viewers to not skip a beat during the Poker Masters.

The structure is set up for players that make preliminary final tables to be able to late-register the concurrent event playing its Day 1 flight. The full schedule of play, in local time, is as follows:

Weds, Sept 13 Thurs, Sept 14 Fri, Sept 15 Sat, Sept 16 Sun, Sept 17 Monday, Sept 18 Tues, Sept 19 Weds, Sept 20
Event 1: $50K 2pm Event 1 FT -Noon Event 2 FT - Noon Event 3 FT -Noon Event 4 FT - Noon Event 5: $100K Day 1, 2pm Event 5: Day 2, 2pm

Event 5 FT -

1 pm

Event 2: $50K 2pm Event 3: $50K 2pm Event 4: $50K 2pm