Unique 2014 WSOP Events
by Bernard Lee | Published: Jul 09, 2014
Year after year, I always feel very fortunate to play poker professionally. Each year, I participate in dozens of poker tournaments across the country and look forward to certain annual events such as the World Series of Poker (WSOP) main event. Over the last couple of months, I have played in two distinctive events on the tour: the WSOP National Championship and the WSOP Millionaire Maker. Both unique in their own ways, I highly anticipated playing in each of these tournaments and wanted to share my thoughts on each of them. WSOP National Championship Before the Moneymaker Effect in 2003, the WSOP main event was a very small elite field. In the 1990s, the main event averaged only 272 players, with the largest field occurring in 1999. That year, Irishman Noel Furlong outlasted a total field of only 393 registrants to capture the most coveted bracelet in poker, along with ...
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