Welcome to the biggest day on the poker calendar. The November Nine, the nine players who make up the World Series of Poker main event final table, will take their seats and play for the biggest title in the poker world. The bracelet cannot be won on Sunday, as the format has changed this year. Instead of playing down to heads-up like last year, up for grabs on Sunday is the chance to be part of the final three, who will return on Tuesday for the chance to play for the $8.7 million top prize.
Action will begin at the Rio at 3:30 p.m. ET, and the blinds will start at 250,000/500,000 with a 50,000 ante. After four months, the fans are cheering and the players are ready, and for as long as each has chips, they'll all do their best to emerge in a solid position to become the next world champion on Tuesday.
The Cover It Live below will post the action in real time, which means for those watching at home on ESPN2 or ESPN3.com, coverage here will be 15 minutes ahead of the action on your television or computer.
Click the chat below to check out all the action from the final table and interact with me the entire time as the field of nine shrinks one by one in Las Vegas. For more coverage throughout the day, follow @ESPN_Poker on Twitter.