WSOPE 2010 starts tomorrow

wsop_europe_wsope_2010.jpg World Series Of Poker Europe begins tomorrow at noon in London. Several players PokerCollectif are present and try to make beautiful figure.

WSOPE emerged in 2007. At this time, only three events took place. In 2008, a 4th event was added, and this year we will see a total of 5 events.

WSOPE and take more expansion: in 2007, there were on average 207 players per event; In 2008, the average increased to 261 despite the addition of an event. In 2009, the average increase this time to 313 players per event.

Among these five events, one is not No-Limit Hold'Em. Thus, there will be a Pot-Limit Omaha event (16 September to 18 September); the rest of the events will be dedicated to No-Limit Hold'em event in a 6-max (September 14 to September 16), a 10-max event (September 17 to September 21), an event in Heads-up (21 September to 23 September) and the principal (September 23 to September 28 event).

Some interesting statistics on WSOPE:

The most space charge WSOPE
Chris Bjorin
Daniel Negreanu
Ian Frazer
Chris 'Jesus' Ferguson
John Juanda
Sampo Lòppònen
Andy Bloch

Most final tables at WSOPE
Howard Lederer 3

Players who have won the most money at the WSOPE
Annette Obrestad
£ 1,000,000
John Juanda
£ 877,378
Barry Shulman
£ 801,603
Daniel Negreanu
£ 722,594
John Tabatabai £ 570,150

Annette Obrestad ranks first after winning the inaugural WSOPE event, for a price of £ 1,000,000; Shulman and Tabatabai are also placed once among the paying seats, while being able to be among the top 5 players with the most money won the WSOPE.

Good luck to all players present at PokerCollectif WSOPE 2010 in London!

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