PokerNews.com has announced that it will be providing extensive coverage of the 2010 World Series of Poker, which will run from May 28 through July 17, and the Main Event Final Table to take place in November.
In addition to providing professional tournament coverage, chip counts, player updates, video interviews, and photos for tournaments from around the world, including Aussie Millions, EPT, LAPT, NAPT, and APPT, PokerNews, will be back on the WSOP tournament floor to continue coverage for the most watched and anticipated tournament of the year. PokerNews has been providing coverage for the WSOP each year since 2007.
"The World Series of Poker is one of the many highlights of the poker calendar, and we are proud to be back in Vegas to cover in each and every bracelet event in depth. PokerNews, without a doubt will be your go-to source for chip counts, live updates, photos, videos and much much more," PokerNews Editor-in-Chief Matthew Parvis said.
There are 57 events on the schedule for the 2010 World Series of Poker. The tournament series kicks off with the $50,000 Player's Championship. A $25,000 six-handed event will be introduced this year, as well as a $10,000 H.O.R.S.E. The Tournament of Champions is coming back after a four-year hiatus, giving the public an opportunity to vote on the players who will take part in the event. PokerNews will be on hand to bring you coverage from all of your favorite poker players and the next big break-out star.
PokerNews' coverage doesn't end with the 2010 WSOP. Our Live Reporting Team will be in London covering every bracelet event for the 2010 World Series of Poker Europe, as well.
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