Our popular XL Inferno series is back at 888poker, running from 14 May through the 24 May. The series will distribute over $1.5 million in prize money, culminating in a $500K GTD, $250 buy-in Main Event on 24 May.

Of the 34 events on the schedule, players will be able to watch a live stream of four of the top series tournaments on the 888poker Facebook and YouTube channels – for the first time!

Livestream Channels:

Facebook Live Stream

YouTube Live Stream 

Tuchman and Wealthall Team Up Again!

Tuchman and Wealthall Team Up Again for XL Inferno!

The series will be hosted by 888poker tag team commentators, David Tuchman and Nick Wealthall with live commentary and webcam video feed. And, the occasional 888poker ambassador will be popping in as guests on the stream.

Each of the four streams will cover one special XL Inferno event, starting at 10pm GMT (at roughly the halfway mark in the event).

Schedule of Live Stream Events

14 May - Event #1: $75K Opening Event - stream starts at 10pm GMT

17 May - Event #10: $150K Tune Up - stream starts at 10pm GMT

19 May - Event #17: $100K High Roller - stream starts at 10pm GMT

24 May - Event #32: $500K Main Event - stream starts at 10pm GMT

Live Stream Channels:

Facebook Live Stream

YouTube Live Stream 

XL Inferno Live Stream Daily Freeroll

XL Inferno Live Stream Daily Freeroll

In addition to the live stream action, viewers will be able to play in a special XL Inferno Live Stream Daily Freeroll. This exclusive event will take place every day of the stream at 11pm GMT.

The password will be given out during the stream and players will have the chance to win one of two seats to the XL Inferno Main Event in each freeroll. These tickets are worth $250 apiece! In addition, there's cash up for grabs for those finishing outside of the top two spots.

The final XL Inferno Live Stream Daily Freeroll on 24 May will give away FIVE tickets to the Sunday Mega Deep and cash prizes.

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