The 2013 WSOP $111,111 massive event is officially the biggest event of the year with total cash prize of $17.8 million. This is a charity driven event and most of all poker pros have decided to participate in massive event except Phil Hellmuth as he is busy with other schedules. There are total 166 registrations at the WSOP $111,111 One Drop High Roller event. Undoubtedly this is the biggest event of the year with some poker profile names like Gun Hansen, Daniel Negreanu and Phil Ivey. Twenty four top players would win total $173,723 cash amount and final champion will be awarded with the cash prize $4.3 million.
Before WSOP $111,111 One Drop High Roller event, GDAM was declared as richest event of 2013. Now $111,111 massive event has beaten the GDAM event. GDAM cash prize was second highest amount after WSOP tournaments. $111,111 massive event is a charity driven event attracting large number of poker profiles across the globe. We are hoping that the event will be organized in same way in coming years also. Strangely WSOP champion Phil Hellmuth is not participating in the event. He has recently announced that he is going to skip $111,111 massive event this season.
Meanwhile, all other legend poker profiles have decided to participate in the event. We are looking for a deep run from all these wonderful players in coming WSOP massive event. Every year WSOP board is going o make certain changes in the tournament schedule o make it more interesting. We are looking for some more interesting events in the coming year 2014. Undoubtedly, WSOP tournament is the biggest event of the poker industry. Other events are losing essence but WSOP tournament is still ranked number one. A WSOP champion is declared as the number one poker player across the globe.Read More