Poker Paradise has officially begun

Cards are appearing, and the first edition of WSOP Paradise officially operates from the Paradise Island Resort in Atlantis and the Casino in the Bahamas, marking an exciting new chapter in the richest, most prestigious, and longest running poker series.

With 3,446 contestants and an easily met $5 million guarantee, the Mystery Million event set a record for the biggest live poker event ever held in the Bahamas, with Jeremy Ravi Dan taking home $500,000 in prize money.

In addition to the past three WSOP Main Event World Champions Daniel Weinman, Espen Yorstad, and Coray Aldemir, WSOP Paradise brought together some of the Caribbean’s most famous poker players, including poker legends Daniel Negreanu, Phil Helmus, and Jamie Gold. It will also feature familiar faces from the sports world, including 2023 Basketball Hall of Fame inductee Tony Parker, a two-time WNBA champion and head coach Becky Hammon of the Las Vegas Aces, Manchester City legend Sergio Aguero, and FS1’s Nick Wright.

Highlights of the activities so far include Tony Parker, who made his first run with money at the WSOP event of the event #4: Mini Main Event No-Limit Holdem, and another $10 million guaranteed at the event #3 GGMillion$ High Rollers Championship. 온라인경마

“Poker in Paradise is underway, and the WSOP Paradise Series on Atlantis Paradise Island is already setting records and knocking down guarantees,” said Ty Stewart, executive director of the Poker World Series. “WSOP can celebrate another ‘first’ with the record for the biggest live poker event ever held in the Bahamas. With more action set to take place in Paradise and celebrities from the poker world in attendance, we can’t wait to see what the first WSOP Paradise main event will be in Atlantis.”

The activity continues this week, with event #5: High Rollerport – Limit Omaha $25,000 starting Dec. 7, which offers celebrity players and $2 million guarantees. The first WSOP No-Limit Hold’em World Championship in Paradise’s extensive coverage, better known as the “Main Event,” begins Dec. 9, and features a $15 million guaranteed, high-cover WSOP Paradise Main Event bracelet.

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