Event #17 at the 2010 WSOP, $5,000 NL Holdem, kicked off with 792 players looking to play a little "deep stack" poker. In addition, they were looking to take home the bracelet and $818,959 in prize money.
Event #16 was the $1,500 Six-Handed NL Holdem Event. 1,663 players turned out for this first six-handed event of the WSOP.
Event #12 of the 2010 WSOP was the $1,500 Limit Holdem Event. While Limit Holdem has been declining in recent years, 625 players still turned out for this event and the $189,870 top prize.
Event #9 of the 2010 WSOP was the $1,500 Pot-Limit Holdem event. A "smaller" field of just 650 players turned out for what Daniel Negreanu considers one of the more "skillful" variants of Texas Holdem.
Event #8 at the 2010 WSOP was another $1,500 NL Holdem event. 2,341 players entered the event Wednesday looking to take their shot at the bracelet and $568,974 in prize money.
Event #7 at the 2010 WSOP was the $2,500 2-7 Triple Draw Lowball Event. In this past, this event was lucky to draw 40 players. This year, 291 pros and lowball specialists turned out to take their shot at one of the only draw variants left in the World Series of Poker.
Event #2 at the 2010 WSOP, the $50,000 Poker Player's Championship has played out to completion over the last two days and the "True World Champion of Poker" has been crowned.
From June 1, banks will be forced to to comply with the UIGEA. This doesn't change anything, says John Pappas of the PPA.
Event #2 of the 2010 World Series of Poker is the $50,000 Poker Player's Championship.
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