The 2016 November Nine will be aired on ESPN and ESPN2 starting Sunday night at 8:30pm ET. It will cover the final nine up until the final four. The coverage will switch over to ESPN2 at 11:30pm ET. On Monday night, the final four will play down to the final two starting at 8pm ET on ESPN2. The heads-up finale will go down on Tuesday night starting at 9pm ET on ESPN. Check out our Preview of the November Nine.
If you have not watched any of the Main Event episodes, then here's your chance to catch up and binge-watch everything before ESPN airs the November Nine on Sunday night. This also might be one of the last-ever November Nines, so enjoy it while you can!
The 2016 November Nine is rumored to meet its demise. The unusual format will be dunzo if my sources are correct. There are rumblings that the Main Event will return to a tweaked-version of initial format. Once the broadcasting contract with ESPN is up, the suits WSOP will wisely ditch the delayed final table November Nine altogether in favor of utilizing the current technology and streaming the action in real time. Alas, the November Nine has been a part of the poker world since the 2008 WSOP when Peter Eastgate became the youngest champion and outlasted the first-ever rendition of the November Nine.
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