Poker Television Guide

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Television has changed the landscape of poker forever. Since the advent of the World Poker Tour, and the liptstick camera allowing viewers to see the players' cards, poker, both live and online, has exploded across the globe. Despite attempts such as the UIGEA to curtail our enjoyment of this uniquely American pasttime, poker continues to flourish, a multibillion dollar online business, and growing!

This schedule will give you all the current and upcoming televised poker events appearing this week in Eastern Time (US). Check back every Monday for the next week's schedule!

Check your local service listings for channel numbers.

 

Date Time Title/Description Channel
Mar 26 8:00 PM ET
World Poker Tour
Poker players compete in a series of tournaments at casinos around the world.
FSN
Mar 29 11:00 PM ET
World Poker Tour
Poker players compete in a series of tournaments at casinos around the world.
FSN
Mar 30 11:00 PM ET
Poker After Dark
Top professional players compete weekly in Las Vegas.
NBCSP
Mar 31 12:00 AM ET
Poker After Dark
Top professional players compete weekly in Las Vegas.
NBCSP
Mar 31 1:00 AM ET
Poker After Dark
Top professional players compete weekly in Las Vegas.
NBCSP
Mar 31 2:00 AM ET
Poker After Dark
Top professional players compete weekly in Las Vegas.
NBCSP
Apr 02 12:00 AM ET
Poker After Dark
Top professional players compete weekly in Las Vegas.
NBCSP
Apr 02 1:00 AM ET
Poker After Dark
Top professional players compete weekly in Las Vegas.
NBCSP
Apr 02 2:00 AM ET
Poker After Dark
Top professional players compete weekly in Las Vegas.
NBCSP
Apr 02 7:00 AM ET
Poker After Dark
Final-table play begins at the 2016 Main Event in Las Vegas. First prize is $8 million, plus the coveted gold bracelet, while each final-table player gets at least $1 million. Lon McEachern and Norman Chad call the play.
ESPN2
Apr 02 8:00 AM ET
Poker After Dark
Conclusion of the 2016 Main Event in Las Vegas. First prize is $8 million, plus the coveted gold bracelet. Lon McEachern and Norman Chad call the play.
ESPN2

 

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