I recently subscribed to pokergo because I was curious about some of the old WSOP events. I started watching from the very first main that was televised. There are some great episodes in the mix. THEN I got to 1999. I'm assuming that's when Becky Binion Behnen really began the destruction of the Binion's Horseshoe. The TV coverage that year was painful to watch. 2003 is when "modern" style coverage started. I would have loved to see some modern coverage earlier than that to be able to do a deeper dive into the play of Stu Ungar. I think the old school players back in the 70's would have been a lot of fun to play with. For the most part they seemed to have great personalities. They all talk about the edge that experience gives them. In reality I think the biggest edge then (and now) is the pros disregard for the value of money. They play like it doesn't matter and that gives them a huge advantage over the masses.