On May 29th, the 2018 World Series of Poker kicked off in Las Vegas. It is reported that this competition includes 78 high-volume poker events.
Like the previous year's competition, this year's 50-day competition (starting on the 29th) once again attracted thousands of poker players from all over the world to come. These poker players will be in the millions. The US dollar's big prize money and the championship gold bracelet are set.
The Poker Tournament will be held at the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino and will continue until July 17. The bet chips range from $365 to $1 million.
Last year, the total number of contestants in the World Poker Competition exceeded 121,000. They totaled a total prize of up to $231 million.
On July 2nd, the contest's most eye-catching event, No-limited Texas Hold’em. Unlike last year, this year's game table is set. After the game starts, the nine players who enter the finals will not get two days off.
After fierce competition, champion John Sin won a $8.8 million bonus and a gold bracelet.
It is reported that the total number of contestants in the World Poker Competition last year exceeded the historical record of 121,000. They totaled a total prize of up to $231 million.
The winner of this event, Scott Blumstein, from New Jersey, holds a bachelor's degree in accounting and he won $8.1 million and a bracelet.