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Some of the best, most recognisable poker players on the world are heading to partypoker for the WPT Montreal Online festival and you can watch them in action via our Twitch and YouTube channels, plus on Facebook.

What better way to kick off our streaming coverage than by broadcasting the action from the $25,500 buy-in WPT Montreal Super High Roller. Day 1 of this $1 million guaranteed event shuffles up and deals at 19:05 GMT on January 24 – that’s this Sunday – and our coverage begins at 21:30 GMT.

Tune in then and join James Dempsey, Henry Kilbane and Jeff Gross as they expertly analyse everything that happens, as it happens.

Our coverage continues on January 25 as the Super High Roller reaches its thrilling conclusion. Coverage of Day 2 starts at the slightly earlier time of 19:30 GMT so make sure you set an alarm so you don’t miss a single hand.

You should also set a reminder to tune into our streams at 19:30 GMT on January 26 which is when Day 3 of the WPT Montreal Main Event takes place. Watch on as the surviving players fight it out at the partypoker virtual felt for a seat at the nine-handed final table.

Day 1A ran on January 17 and saw 482 players buy-in for $3,200. Seventy-two players punched their Day 2 tickets at the first attempt, with Andrei Kriazhev claiming the chip lead courtesy of amassing a 4,739,179 chip stack.

The second and final Main Event flight takes place from 19:05 GMT on January 24. There’s a massive 50x $3,200 seat Mega Satellite scheduled to run at 15:30 GMT on January 24, a Mega Satellite you can win your way into from only $0.01!

Our Main Event coverage concludes on January 27 at 19:30 GMT. Who do you think will become the tournament’s champion?

Another massive event has been chosen to go under the spotlight: the Mike Sexton Classic. 19:30 GMT on February 1 is when James Dempsey, Henry Kilbane, and Sam Trickett run their expert eyes over the final table of this $10,300 buy-in $1 million guaranteed tournament.

Winning such a tournament is a massive honour in its own right, but winning this event carries more weight thanks to it bearing the name of the late Mike Sexton.

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