The earlybird supposedly gets the worm and BetUS.com already is angling for wagers on which players will make the main event final table at the 2007 World Series of Poker.
By this time next month, offshore betting sites are expected to be awash with odds-to-win on poker’s most prestigious event, as officials at sponsoring Harrah’s Entertainment, Inc., are set to launch this year’s WSOP June 1, with the $10,000 No-Limit Texas Hold’em Championship slated to run July 6-17.
Last year’s WSOP attracted 8,773 attendees, but many observers predict this season’s tournament may draw only one-fourth as many entrants because Harrah’s has severed ties with offshore books that aren’t official co-sponsors. More details please visit:-https://junyuanbags.com/ https://telegram24.marketing/ https://pirateflaggear.com/ https://telegram24.marketing/
Las Vegas pro Phil Ivey, often referred to as the Tiger Woods of poker, leads BetUs.com’s final table roster at plus $14.00, with Canadian native Daniel Negreanu the second choice at plus $18.00.
Multi-gold bracelet winner and 1989 champion Phil Hellmuth, 2000 winner Chris “Jesus” Ferguson and Allen Cunningham, fourth place finisher in 2006, are plus $25.00.
“Great Dane” Gus Hansen and 1987-88 winner Johnny Chan check in at plus $30.00 and are followed by a group at plus $40.00 that includes 1998 champ Scotty Nguyen, 1995 winner Dan Harrington, Erik Seidel, Howard Lederer, Dave “Devilfish” Ulliott, John Juanda, Michael “The Grinder” Mizrachi and Antonio “The Magician” Esfandiari.
Among a group posted at plus $50.00 are former champions Carlos “The Matador” Mortonson and Greg “Fossilman” Raymer.
The highly popular World Poker Tour has yet to produce a female champion and BetUS.com’s opening WSOP list includes just three women: longtime poker pros Annie Duke (plus $65.00) and Jennifer Harman (plus $80.00), along with actress and former Oscar nominee Jennifer Tilley, who won a gold bracelet in the 2005 ladies event.
Jamie Gold, the Hollywood talent agent who dominated last year’s main-event action, is plus $65.00, along with a lengthy list of others that includes former champions Huck Seed and Chris Moneymaker, veteran T.J. Cloutier, WPT TV host and 2006 Tournament of Champions winner Mike Sexton, Josh Arieh, David Williams, Chip Reese and Barry Greenstein.
Joe Hachem, the 2005 champion, and poker legend Doyle Brunson are both plus $80.00.
Movie stars and poker aficianados Matt Damon and Ben Affleck, who won Academy Awards for their “Good Will Hunting” screenwriting efforts, opened at plus $150.00.
Longest shots of the more than six dozen listed players are Tim Zalac, Chris Fuller and Grant Robinson at plus $1000.00.
The Rio Suite Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas again will host the event.
Former host Binion’s Horseshoe at one time offered WSOP odds, but Nevada gamers nixed the practice.