WSOP 2023 Day 26: Millionaire Maker receives 10,430 entries

WSOP 2023 Day 26: Millionaire Maker receives 10,43...

From the development of the World Series of Poker thus far, we all know that the safe bet for this event is increased attendance. Especially in a big tournament like Event #53 $1,500 MILLIONAIRE MAKER.

On Day 1B of the tournament, 5,858 players sat at tables spread across Paris and the Horseshoe, more than any event held in 2021 due to the pandemic. It was the smallest of 10 live events and 1 online event created by the 2013 tournament.

In terms of registration, five hours later, the WSOP officially announced that it surpassed the record set in 2014, and the number of registrations reached 9,000, but players still have time to participate in the only competition that allows re-registration. still?

Due to the large difference in the number of participants, increased by 30% from last year, the organizers have relaxed, and the competition director will focus on determining the winning position and awarding prizes to concentrate money. Using the simple rule of three, the prize should be over $14,000,000.

The next day, thanks to these newcomers, the number of Spaniards reached 22:

  • 70°. Juan Marcella’s 246,000
  • 153°. Fernando Garcia 197,500
  • 352°. Rene Lazzaro 144,000
  • 510°. Álvaro Pujol 118,000
  • 666°. Benjamin Garcia 94,500
  • 823°. Jose Ignacio Aguilera 75,500
  • 863°. David Cabrera 71,000
  • 1,229°. Antonio Gonzalez 32,000
  • 1,293. José Jaráiz 18,000

That’s pretty much all the Reds achieved at the WSOP that day, save for Daniel Tafur, who ended up pulling out of the WSOP event. US$10,000 worth of H.O.R.S.E. obsolete. champion.

Thunderdome was even busier during the TV break, as several champions waited in their usual spots for bracelet shots.

WSOP 2023 Day 26: Millionaire Maker receives 10,43...

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