WPT World Championship Draws 2,960 Entries To Build $29 Million Prize Pool


The $10,400 buy-in World Casino poker Excursion Globe Championship at Wynn Las Vegas drew a significant field of 2,960 total entrances throughout its 3 starting trips, surprising the $15,000,000 guarantee to create a final reward swimming pool of $29,008,000. Therefore, this event established itself as the biggest primary tour event in WPT background.

With the guarantee nearly doubled, the top 370 finishers are readied to make the cash, with $4,136,000 as well as a seat into following year’s operating of this event going to the eventual champion. The entire final table will come to be millionaires thanks to this event, with each set to secure a seven-figure payday for making the leading six. A min-cash will deserve $17,400. The six-figure payments begin at 32nd place ($ 119,300).

Below is a look at the final table payouts:

1st– $4,136,000.
2nd– $2,830,000.
Third– $2,095,000.
Fourth– $1,608,000.
5th– $1,301,000.
Sixth– $1,001,050.

Complete payouts can be discovered below. A total amount of 1,293 entries were made on day 1C, making it the biggest of the 3 beginning flights. Day 1A drew 615, while day 1B brought in 1,052. By the end of the day, roughly 540 gamers stayed. Krasimir Yankov nabbed up 1,062,000 for the greatest stack in the space.

Other players near the top of the leaderboard at the end of day 1C included Nissar Quraishi (969,000), Adnan Mohammad (958,000), and Tim Reilly (943,000).

Lots of heavyweights hit the rail on day 1C, as well as without any remaining starting flights, have actually officially been knocked senseless of opinion in this event. Among them were WPT champion and also ten-time arm band victor Phil Ivey, two-time WPT champion J.C. Tran, five-time bracelet champion Shaun Deeb, FiveThirtyEight founder Nate Silver, as well as recent WPT Globe Championship high-stakes gambler winner Ethan ‘Rampage’ Yau.

Late in the day, Card Gamer television overtook Kyna England, that had added a healthy stack late in the day, ending with 438,000. England completed third in the 2021 WPT Venetian main event for a career-best rating of $448,755, and also will be aiming to add to her life time incomes of $842,042 with a deep run in this record-setting event.
Day 2 is set to kick off at midday on Dec. 15 with 3,000-5,000 with a 5,000 large blind ante for degree 11. The full chip counts and also seat projects can be located on the Wynn Texas hold’em Space internet site.

Here is a look at the chip counts for the top 50 stacks heading into day 2:

First Name Last Name Chips
Aryan Oliveira 1,551,000
Krasimir Yankov 1,062,000
Justin Bonomo 1,011,000
Nissar Quraishi 969,000
Adnan Mohammad 958,000
Tim Reilly 943,000
Joseph Couden 935,000
Steven McKuin 895,000
Andrew Crookston 879,000
Sang Tillman 825,000
Rambo Halpern 810,000
Baebae Liu 803,000
Arden Cho 787,000
Ryan Leng 784,000
Nick Yunis 782,000
Juan Endara 776,000
Matthew Hunt 766,000
John Monnette 760,000
Dan Smith 746,000
Roberto Romanello 725,000
Stephen Kehoe 722,000
Soheb Porbandarwala 718,000
Dominic Brazier 714,000
Kirk Smith 712,000
Lucas Foster 709,000
Christopher Staats 691,000
Matt Stout 680,000
Yervand Boyadjian 670,000
Scott Wellerback 660,000
Adam Hendrix 658,000
Mike Finstein 656,000
Mike Jozoff 641,000
Spencer Champlin 641,000
Danny Allen 633,000
John Merchant 629,000
Griffin Paul 625,000
James Carroll 624,000
Daniel Neilson 624,000
Connor Drinan 604,000
James Romero 600,000
Jesse Jones 598,000
Frank Stepuchin 593,000
Taylor Howard 591,000
Freddy Deeb 589,000
Mayank Madan 589,000
Josh Adkins 588,000
Mameche Sliman 585,000
Lewis Spencer 581,000
Daniel Sepiol 581,000