WSOP Main Event prop bets. Will a woman make the final table? Repeat champion? Age of winner?
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resolved Jul 18
Resolved
YES
Winner from US or Canada?
Resolved
NO
Winner from Americas (not US or Canada) including Brazil, Mexico, Argentina?
Resolved
NO
Famous player at final table?
Resolved
NO
Winner is famous poker player?
Resolved
NO
Winner has 4+ bracelets?
Resolved
NO
Winner is not poker pro?
Resolved
NO
Winner from Europe?
Resolved
NO
Winner under 25 years of age?
Resolved
NO
Winner has 1+ bracelets?
Resolved
NO
Winner 50 or older?
Resolved
NO
Winner is a woman?
Resolved
NO
Winner from Asia or Australia?
Resolved
NO
Woman at final table?
Resolved
NO
Non poker celebrity final table? Nate Silver, Bruce Buffer, etc.

Will a woman win? Or make the Final Table?

Previous winner?

Famous players include

  • past winners

  • Poker Hall of Famers

  • Negreanu, Matusow, Scott Seiver, etc

  • Winners of 5+ bracelets

  • Players with many TV appearances

Being famous for playing online poker does not count.

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Tamayo won and is a US pro!

Tamayo is NOT a pro, lol

Tamayo is a pro -- he plays for a living.

From his PGT profile,

Jonathan Tamayo has been in poker for many years, and now the 38-year-old professional player has reached poker’s pinnacle, the WSOP Main Event final table. Tamayo came into this event with $2,300,000 in live tournament earnings and several six-figure scores, but he’s never had a seven-figure score until now. Notably, Tamayo finished 21st in the 2009 WSOP Main Event for $352,000.

Tamayo credits the only tournament streets as the place where his game was forged. He’s spent a significant time playing at Turning Stone Casino during his time attending Cornell University, where he majored in hotel management."

On his LinkedIn, he lists himself as an independent gambling professional.

hmmm, okay fair

my sources misinformed me

thanks -- yes 'poker pro' is however he describes himself

what a comeback!

The last three remaining are aged 30 (Griff), 38 (Tamayo) and 33 (Astedt).

(Edit: Meant to put this comment on the other market...)

Resolving "Famous Player" as NO


We have a few known players
Joe Serock

Brian Kim

Niklas Astedt -- online crusher

Serock is most famous but he's not really famous. Needed Foxen to come in for that bet.

opened a Ṁ250 Woman at final table? NO at 10% order

Sadly. Bluffed off her stack…

bought Ṁ33 Winner is a woman? YES
Winner is famous poker player?

@Moscow25 can we get a ruling on who remaining would be considered a famous poker player?

Kristen Foxen is famous.

Most other players are not.

bought Ṁ50 Winner under 25 year... NO

Probably Rast too at least

Rast is famous of course -- future hall of famer

What about Brandon Cantu

Cantu is famous -- and also out

Winner is not poker pro?

How will "poker pro" be defined? E.g. would Qui Nguyen (previous WSOP Main Event winner) have qualified as a poker pro if this market were run in 2016? Will we be looking at Hendon Mobs or going by self-description (and/or press release description)?

There will be official biographies.

If the person has a job or is retired. Not a pro. Pro can me a local grinder or self described pro.

Dan Weinman was a pro.

Are we talking about the Main Event?

yes

Would you say that someone like Isaac Kempton counts as a famous player?

Who is that?

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