The World Series of Poker draws more participants than expected


Posted on the 15th of March 2015

The World Series of Poker draws more participants than expected

The series’ first stop at the Horseshoe Casino in Baltimore drew 2,747 players from 38 states. The main event drew 670 players and generated a $1 million prize pool. Chris Csik, a 27 year old player from New Jersey won the top prize of $206,020 and earned a place in the World Series of Poker National Championship in Las Vegas. The number of entries exceeded the casino’s expectations of approximately 2500 players. “We set ambitious goals for our first WSOP Circuit and exceeded them all,” said Poker Room Manager, Anthony Chester. The Horseshoe event is just one of 22 stops on the World Series of Poker circuit tour.

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