Who Will Be The Top Dog at WSOP?
That is the issue at the forefront of everybody’s thoughts as the 2005 World Series of Poker enters its third
round with just 272 top poker players remaining.
Of the more than 5600 contestants who entered the regarded Las Vegas held competition at an up front investment of $10 000 each, most left with nothing as just the last 560 players met all requirements for money prizes.
Be that as it may, for those players whose karma and portable saw them endure the initial four tiresome days, the huge prize is still particularly not too far off as they keep on engaging it out in no-restriction Texas Holdem poker.
Their goal is a typical one – to make it to the last table of nine players and beat out the restriction to leave the champ of the 2005 competition and $7.5 million more extravagant.
The current chip pioneer is Las Vegas inhabitant, Rod Pardey Jr who is perched on simply over $700 000 in chips. Still in the image is the tough Greg ‘Fossilman’ Raymer, who won a year ago’s WSOP. His stack is about $700 000. 1994 WSOP victor, Russ Hamilton, is additionally still in the running.