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W.S.O.P. Main Event 2019 Odds

Who wins W.S.O.P. 2019 Main Event?

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Lowest
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Adrian Mateos101.00101.00
Alex Foxen101.00101.00
Ben Lamb101.00101.00
Brian Rast101.00101.00
Daniel Negraneua101.00101.00
David Peters101.00101.00
Fedor Holz101.00101.00
Joe Mckeehen101.00101.00
Nick Petrangelo101.00101.00
Phil Ivey101.00101.00
Andrew Lichtenberger151.00151.00
Antonio Esfandiari151.00151.00
Benjamin Pollack151.00151.00
Bryn Kenney151.00151.00
Chance Kornuth151.00151.00
Christoph Vogelsang151.00151.00
Conor Beresford151.00151.00
Dominik Nitche151.00151.00
Dzmitry Urbanovich151.00151.00
Erik Seidel151.00151.00
Isaac Haxton151.00151.00
James Obst151.00151.00
Justin Bonomo151.00151.00
Martin Jacobsen151.00151.00
Michael Mizrachi151.00151.00
Niall Farrell151.00151.00
Nikita Bodyakovskiy151.00151.00
Patrik Antonius151.00151.00
Rainer Kempe151.00151.00
Sam Greenwood151.00151.00
Stephen Chidwick151.00151.00
Tom Marchese151.00151.00
Upeshka De Silva151.00151.00
Anthony Gregg201.00201.00
Antony Zinno201.00201.00
Ben Heath201.00201.00
Bertrand Grospellier201.00201.00
Byron Kaverman201.00201.00
Chris Ferguson201.00201.00
Chris Moorman201.00201.00
Dan Smith201.00201.00
Daniel Colman201.00201.00
Dario Sammartino201.00201.00
Darren Elias201.00201.00
Dylan Linde201.00201.00
Elio Fox201.00201.00
Henrik Hecklen201.00201.00
Igor Kurganov201.00201.00
Jack Salter201.00201.00
Jack Sinclair201.00201.00
Jake Schindler201.00201.00
Jason Koon201.00201.00
Joao Simao201.00201.00
Joseph Cheong201.00201.00
Kenny Hallaert201.00201.00
Koray Aldemir201.00201.00
Kristen Bicknell201.00201.00
Manig Loeser201.00201.00
Maria Ho201.00201.00
Maurice Hawkins201.00201.00
Michael Watson201.00201.00
Mike Gorodinsky201.00201.00
Mike Leah201.00201.00
Mustapha Kanit201.00201.00
Nock Schulman201.00201.00
Ole Schmion201.00201.00
Paul Volpe201.00201.00
Phil Hellmuth201.00201.00
Scott Seiver201.00201.00
Sean Winter201.00201.00
Sergio Aido201.00201.00
Shaun Deeb201.00201.00
Stefan Schillhabel201.00201.00
Steffen Sontheimer201.00201.00
Steve Odwyer201.00201.00
Timothy Adams201.00201.00
Tom Dwan201.00201.00
Andre Akkari251.00251.00
Andrew Robl251.00251.00
Antoine Labat251.00251.00
Ari Engel251.00251.00
Bart Lybaert251.00251.00
Benjamin Yu251.00251.00
Daniel Cates251.00251.00
Doug Polk251.00251.00
Gordon Vayo251.00251.00
Jason Mercier251.00251.00
Liv Boeree251.00251.00
Matas Cimbolas251.00251.00
Parker Talbot251.00251.00
Phil Galfond251.00251.00
Ryan Riess251.00251.00
Sam Trickett251.00251.00
Shannon Shorr251.00251.00
Thomas Mühlöcker251.00251.00
Toby Lewis251.00251.00
Alex Lynskey301.00301.00
Alexandre Gomes301.00301.00
Benny Glazer301.00301.00
Charlie Carrel301.00301.00
Chino Rheem301.00301.00
Daniel Alaei301.00301.00
Faraz Jaka301.00301.00
Felipe Ramos301.00301.00
Greg Merson301.00301.00
Griffin Benger301.00301.00
Jake Cody301.00301.00
Jake Schwartz301.00301.00
Jason Somerville301.00301.00
Joao Vieira301.00301.00
Joe Cada301.00301.00
John Juanada301.00301.00
Ludovic Geilich301.00301.00
Martin Finger301.00301.00
Martin Kabrhel301.00301.00
Matt Berkey301.00301.00
Max Silver301.00301.00
Michael Del Vecchio301.00301.00
Mike Mcdonald301.00301.00
Rafel Moraes301.00301.00
Sam Grafton301.00301.00
Sam Soverel301.00301.00
Scott Clements301.00301.00
Seth Davies301.00301.00
Sorel Mizzi301.00301.00
Thiago Nishijima301.00301.00
Allen Cunningham501.00501.00
Barry Greenstein501.00501.00
Brad Owen501.00501.00
Bruno Politano501.00501.00
Christopher Wood501.00501.00
Jeff Gross501.00501.00
Jennifer Harman501.00501.00
John Cynn501.00501.00
John Hennigan501.00501.00
Josh Ariah501.00501.00
Juha Helppi501.00501.00
Michael Dyer501.00501.00
Mike Matusow501.00501.00
Russell Thomas501.00501.00
Scott Blumstein501.00501.00
Todd Brunson501.00501.00
Tony G501.00501.00
Tony Miles501.00501.00
Vanessa Selbst501.00501.00
Vojtech Ruzicka501.00501.00
Chris Moneymaker751.00751.00
David Benyamine751.00751.00
David Williams751.00751.00
Jamie Gold751.00751.00
Joe Hachem751.00751.00
John Hesp751.00751.00
Phil Laak751.00751.00
Qui Nguyen751.00751.00
Andrew Neeme1001.001001.00
Dennis Phillips1001.001001.00
Greg Raymer1001.001001.00
Gus Hansen1001.001001.00
Jerry Yang1001.001001.00
Johnny Chan1001.001001.00
Kathy Liebert1001.001001.00
Scotty Nguyen1001.001001.00
Will Kassouf1001.001001.00
Others On Request11111.0011111.00

World Series of Poker: Main Event 2019

The World Series of Poker has made new announcements for the year 2019 and people are now excited to enjoy the event. The 50th annual tournament for WSOP will take place at Las Vegas from May 28th to July 16th. The entire series will include 89 bracelet events and on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of this series, a $50,000 No Limit Hold’em event will also be organized. The most amazing thing to know about this special addition is that it guarantees the maximum prize pool of $5 million where $1 million will be dedicated for the winner only.

People that have taken part in these tournaments in previous years will be happy to hear that on this 5th anniversary, they are also going to organize a special tournament for the past WSOP bracelet winners. Other than this, the short deck tournament will be the most amazing addition to the series. Moreover, the No Limit Hold’em events will be oriented towards Big Blind Ante format.

Here are a few highlights of the main WSOP event 2019:

Mini Main Event:

The most existing addition to the WSOP tournament is Mini Main Event. From past several years, this event was organized as main $10,000 buy-in form, but this time people will have a great opportunity to enjoy Mini Main Event that is accessible at one-tenth of the actual price, it means you can enjoy the series by paying $1000 only. The great news for WSOP lovers is that it features the same starting structure and stack as that of the main event. The only difference is that level times, in this case, is only 30 minutes only; it is otherwise 120 minutes in the main WOSP event.

The Big 50:

The Big 50 is another amazing addition to the WSOP schedule. It is defined as a $500 buy-in no-limit Hold’em tournament where the maximum prize pool ranges up to $5 million. As already discussed, the winner can take $1 million home. It is probably the biggest attraction of the event. Another amazing news for the WSOP lovers is that first most entry to this event is rake free by this time. However, re-entry or the additional entries will need $65 only.

Big Blind Ante:

The World Series of Poker 2019 event will be organized in big blind ante format, and it will be applied to all no-limit hold’em tournaments by this season. Note that, this change is not just for WSOP series; rather it applies to all mega satellites and Daily Deepstacks as well. Experts believe that it is a positive move for the game and will ensure more effective results.

Other than this, players can enjoy a short deck tournament that is dedicated to a gold bracelet. $50,000 High Roller event that will go on for 4 days and players will be able to enjoy one re-entry. Few other attractions of the event are Low Buy-In Deepstack Events, Solute to Warriors, Super Turbo Bounty, Seven-Card Stud and many more.


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