A last desk will kind tonight the place one participant will finally win $1,550,968 and the likelihood to play heads-up for a cool million in Vegas.
It is tough to foretell the subject for the World Series of Poker Main Event when so many new variables are in play together with a change of date, a web based/dwell hybrid format, a group notion that this can be a ‘do-over’ occasion and the small matter of a worldwide pandemic and restricted journey.
The last numbers for the first leg, nonetheless, are in the books and so they stand at a considerably stunning 674. 257 runners on Day 1C, 171 on Day 1B and 252 on Day 1A.
Of these gamers 179 gamers have made it to Day 2 which can happen at present and they’ll play right down to a last desk, which will likely be paused and performed at King’s Casino in Rozvadov on December 15. The winner of which is then scheduled to play the winner of the US leg on December thirtieth for $1 million in added cash.
Before then, that last desk at King’s Casino will likely be an enormous cash affair with $1,550,968 going to the eventual champion. This is how the International leg finale can pay out.
80 gamers will make the cash tonight with $15,277 going to the first mincasher.
Most thought the International leg of this distinctive occasion would entice the most runners as a result of it had entry to the international poker market. However, 674 might be decrease than most specialists anticipated and it’s not unattainable that the US-facing WSOP.com leg, which begins this Sunday, would possibly get extra. The prospect of travelling throughout a Pandemic clearly had an affect on the numbers.
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