List of World Series of Poker Main Event champions - Wikipedia

List of World Series of Poker Main Event champions - Wikipedia

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Edit linksJohnny Moss was the first person to win the WSOP. Since then only Moss and Stu Ungar have won the Main Event three times; Ungar is the only one to have won three times in the freeze-out format. Moss, Ungar, Doyle Brunson and Johnny Chan are the only people who have won the Main Event two years in a row. Johnny Chan’s second victory in 1988 was featured on the 1998 film Rounders.4 Peter Eastgate was the youngest person to win the Main Event when he won it in 2008, at 22 years of age.5 He held that record for one year, when 21-year-old Joe Cada became the youngest Main Event champion.

World Series of Poker Main Eventedit

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The 2007 Main Event WSOP Bracelet | | Elected to the Poker Hall of Fame. | |—|—| | † | Denotes player who is deceased. | | Hand | The two hole cards the winner held on the final hand. | | Prize (US$) | WSOP Main Event prize money. | | Entrants | The number of players in that year’s Main Event. | | Winnings | Lifetime winnings in WSOP and WSOP Circuit events as of April 15, 2013. | | Bracelets | WSOP victories are counted in terms of bracelets, as of April 15, 2013. |

Image Year Winner Nickname Hand 6 Prize (US$) Entrants7 Total tournamentearnings (US$) WSOP bracelets Ref.
1970a Johnny Moss† The Grand Old Man of Poker9 7 824,922 9 10
1971 Johnny Moss† The Grand Old Man of Poker 6 6 30,000 6 824,922 9 10
1972 Thomas Preston† Amarillo Slim11 K♥ J♦ 80,000 8 436,055 4 12
1973 Walter Pearson† Puggy13 A♠ 7♠ 130,000 13 245,740 4 14
1974 Johnny Moss† The Grand Old Man of Poker 3♥ 3♠ 160,000 16 824,922 9 10
1975 Brian Roberts† Sailor15 J♠ J♥ 210,000 21 266,650 2 16
1976 Doyle Brunson† Texas Dollyb 10♠ 2♠ 220,000 22 2,808,945 10 18
1977 Doyle Brunson† Texas Dolly 10♠ 2♥ 340,000 34 2,808,945 10 18
1978 Bobby Baldwin The Owl19 Q♦ Q♣ 210,000 42 604,900 4 20
1979 Hal Fowler† 7♠ 6♦ 270,000 54 270,000 1 21
1980 Stu Ungar† StueyorThe Kid22 5♠ 4♠ 385,000 73 2,078,838 5 23
1981 Stu Ungar† StueyorThe Kid A♥ Q♥ 375,000 75 2,078,838 5 23
1982 Jack Strausc† Treetop25 A♥ 10♠ 520,000 104 555,000 2 26
1983 Tom McEvoy Grand Rapids Tom Q♦ Q♠ 540,000 108 1,291,031 4 27
1984 Jack Keller† Gentleman28 10♥ 10♠ 660,000 132 2,048,763 3 28
1985 Bill Smith† 3♠ 3♥ 700,000 140 788,000 1 29
1986 Berry Johnston A♠ 10♥ 570,000 141 2,265,523 5 30
1987 Johnny Chan Orient Express31 A♠ 9♣ 625,000 152 4,397,749 10 32
1988 Johnny Chan Orient Express J♣ 9♣ 700,000 167 4,397,749 10 32
1989 Phil Hellmuth The Poker Brat33 9♠ 9♣ 755,000 178 14,612,213 17 34
1990 Mansour Matloubi 6♥ 6♠ 895,000 194 6,019,630 1 35
1991 Brad Daugherty K♠ J♠ 1,000,000 215 1,165,170 1 36
1992 Hamid Dastmalchi 8♥ 4♣ 1,000,000 201 1,642,463 3 37
1993 Jim Bechtel J♠ 6♠ 1,000,000 220 1,944,623 2 3839
1994 Russ Hamilton K♠ 8♥ 1,000,000 268 1,261,940 1 40
1995 Dan Harrington Action Dan41 9♦ 8♦ 1,000,000 273 3,491,513 2 42
1996 Huck Seed 9♦ 8♦ 1,000,000 295 2,426,842 4 43
1997 Stu Ungar† StueyorThe Kid A♥ 4♣ 1,000,000 312 2,078,838 5 44
1998 Scotty Nguyen The Trainor The Prince of Poker45 J♦ 9♣ 1,000,000 350 5,895,732 5 46
1999 Noel Furlong† 5♣ 5♦ 1,000,000 393 1,070,785 1 47
2000 Chris Ferguson Jesus48 A♠ 9♣ 1,500,000 512 5,033,593 6 48
2001 Carlos Mortensen El Matador49 K♣ Q♣ 1,500,000 613 3,168,216 2 50
2002 Robert Varkonyi Q♦ 10♠ 2,000,000 631 2,110,212 1 51
2003 Chris Moneymakerd 5♦ 4♠ 2,500,000 839 2,532,041 1 53
2004 Greg Raymer Fossilman 8♠ 8♦ 5,000,000 2,576 6,669,417 1 54
2005 Joe Hacheme 7♣ 3♠ 7,500,000 5,619 8,261,859 1 56
2006 Jamie Golde Q♠ 9♣ 12,000,000 8,773 12,067,292 1 57
2007 Jerry Yang The Shadow58 8♦ 8♣ 8,250,000 6,358 8,280,913 1 59
2008 Peter Eastgatee Isser5 A♦ 5♠ 9,152,416 6,844 9,430,506 1 60
2009 Joe Cadaf 9♦ 9♣ 8,574,649 6,494 10,339,448 4 61
2010 Jonathan Duhamel A♠ J♥ 8,944,138 7,319 14,612,213 3 62
2011 Pius Heinz MastaP89 A♠ K♣ 8,715,638 6,865 8,821,056 1 63
2012 Greg Merson K♦ 5♦ 8,531,853 6,598 10,174,029 2 64
2013 Ryan Riess Riess the Beast A♥ K♥ 8,359,531 6,352 8,920,672 1 65
2014 Martin Jacobson NosbocajM 10♥ 10♦ 10,000,000 6,683 12,102,232 1 66
2015 Joe McKeehen A♥ 10♦ 7,683,346 6,420 10,480,861 3 67
2016 Qui Nguyen Tommy Gun K♣ 10♣ 8,005,310 6,737 8,022,287 1 68
2017 Scott Blumstein A♥ 2♦ 8,150,000 7,221 8,155,227 1 69
2018 John Cynn K♣ J♣ 8,800,000 7,874 9,513,071 1 70
2019 Hossein Ensan K♥ K♣ 10,000,000 8,569 10,233,973 1 71
2020 Damian Salas K♦ J♠ 1,550,969 1,379 5,238,933 1 72
2021 Koray Aldemir 10♦ 7♦ 8,000,000 6,650 20,334,110 1 73
2022 Espen Jørstad Q♦ 2♠ 10,000,000 8,663 10,271,872 2 74
2023 Daniel Weinman K♣ J♦ 12,100,000 10,043 15,857,357 2 75

Worlds Series of Poker Europe Main Eventedit

The World Series of Poker Europe (WSOPE) is the first expansion effort of World Series of Poker-branded poker tournaments outside the United States. Since 1970, the bracelet events have occurred every year in Las Vegas. The inaugural WSOPE, held in 2007, marked the first time that a WSOP bracelet was awarded outside Las Vegas.76 The 2007 Main Event, a GBP 10,000 buy-in no-limit hold ’em tournament, was won by Norwegian player Annette Obrestad on the day before her 19th birthday. This made her the youngest person to win a WSOP bracelet, a record that cannot be broken in the Las Vegas WSOP under current laws because the minimum legal age for casino gaming in Nevada is 21. Obrestad could play in the WSOPE because the minimum age for casino gaming in the United Kingdom is 18. The World Series of Poker Europe has a unique identity from the Las Vegas WSOP, but according to Harrah’s will remain true to the traditions and heritage.76 The 2011 WSOP Europe main event was an 8-handed event.77

Image Year Winner Nickname Hand Prize Entrants7 Total tournamentearnings WSOP bracelets Ref.
2007 Annette Obrestadg Annette_1578 7♥ 7♠ £1,000,000 362 $2,086,437 1 79
2008h John Juanda JJorLuckbox K♠ 6♣ £868,800 362 $4,825,816 5 81
2009 Barry Shulman 10♠ 10♣ £801,603 334 2
2010 James Bord 10♦ 10♥ £830,401 346 1
2011 Elio Fox smokrockflock A♦ 10♠ €1,400,000 593 1
2012 Phil Hellmuthi The Poker Brat A♥ 10♦ €1,022,376 420 $14,026,167 17 82
2013 Adrián Mateos Amadi_017 A♠ K♣ £1,000,000 375 $5,010,189 1 84
2015 Kevin MacPhee ImaLuckSac A♦ 4♦ £883,000 313 $5,456,298 2 85
2017 Marti Roca de Torres Iquinze Q♥ 5♦ €1,115,207 529 $1,295,566 1
2018 Jack Sinclair Swaggersorus Q♥ 9♣ €1,122,239 534 $3,393,632 1
2019 Alexandros Kolonias mexican222 A♠ K♠ €1,133,678 541 $1,469,612 1

World Series of Poker Asia Pacific Main Eventedit

The World Series of Poker Asia Pacific (WSOP APAC) is the most recent expansion of World Series of Poker-branded tournaments outside the United States. On April 30, 2012, WSOP owner Caesars Entertainment and Australian casino Crown Melbourne announced that the first WSOP APAC would be launched with five bracelet events in April 2013.86

Image Year Winner Nickname Hand Prize (A$) Entrants Total tournamentearnings (US$) WSOP bracelets Ref.
2013 Daniel Negreanu Kid Poker87 2♠ 2♥ 1,038,825 40588 16,346,486 6 8889
2014 Scott Davies Big Papi 6♦ 6♠ 850,136 329 1,653,593 1 90

World Series of Poker Online Main Eventedit

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, in 2020 the World Series of Poker held an online poker series.

Image Year Winner Nickname Hand Prize (US$) Entrants7 Total tournamentearnings (US$) WSOP bracelets Ref.
2020j Stoyan Madanzhiev 7♦ 6♥ 3,904,686 5,802 3,935,954 1 92 2021 Aleksei Vandyshev

Notesedit

  1. ^The first World Series of Poker was not a freeze out tournament, but rather a game with a set start and stop time. Benny Binion took a secret ballot that asked the players who the best player was. According to poker lore, everybody said that they were the best player. Binion then asked who the second-best player was, and Johnny Moss won.8
  2. ^Doyle Brunson obtained the nickname of Texas Dolly when Jimmy The Greek mispronounced his name.17
  3. ^Jack Straus’ 1982 WSOP tournament victory is considered to be one of the greatest comebacks in poker history. At one point, Straus was down to one chip, and he came back to win. This victory is considered the origin of the poker saying, “A chip and a chair.” A saying that means that as long as you have a chip and a chair you have a chance. Modern lore indicates that this happened at the final table, but the 1983 book The Biggest Game in Town implies this occurred on the first day of the tournament.24
  4. ^Chris Moneymaker won the entry into the WSOP Main Event via a $39 online satellite.52
  5. ^ abcIn recent years, the prize pool for the WSOP Main Event has become so large that the winner instantly becomes one of the top money winners in tournament poker. Jamie Gold (2006) is number eight on that list, Joe Hachem (2005) is number ten, and Peter Eastgate (2008) is number eleven.55
  6. ^Joe Cada is the youngest person to have won the WSOP Main Event.5
  7. ^Annette Obrestad won the WSOPE at the age of 18 years, 364 days, making her the youngest person to have won a WSOP bracelet. She is also the first woman to have won a Main Event tournament and in 2007 was considered to be one of the best online multi-table tournament players in the world.78
  8. ^The final table at the 2008 WSOPE Main Event was the longest final table in the WSOP history. It lasted 22 hours (a WSOP record) and 434 hands (a WSOP record).80
  9. ^At the 2012 World Series of Poker Europe Main Event, Hellmuth won his record-breaking 13th bracelet. This also made him the first player ever to win the Main Events at both the WSOP and WSOPE.82 Hellmuth also holds the records for most WSOP cashes (100) and most WSOP final tables (53).83
  10. ^The Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act of 2006 curtailed online gambling in the United States.91

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    - v - t - e World Series of Poker – Main Event champions
    - 1970: Moss - 1971: Moss - 1972: Preston - 1973: Pearson - 1974: Moss - 1975: Roberts - 1976: Brunson - 1977: Brunson - 1978: Baldwin - 1979: Fowler - 1980: Ungar - 1981: Ungar - 1982: Straus - 1983: McEvoy - 1984: Keller - 1985: Smith - 1986: Johnston - 1987: Chan - 1988: Chan - 1989: Hellmuth - 1990: Matloubi - 1991: Daugherty - 1992: Dastmalchi - 1993: Bechtel - 1994: Hamilton - 1995: Harrington - 1996: Seed - 1997: Ungar - 1998: S. Nguyen - 1999: Furlong - 2000: Ferguson - 2001: Mortensen - 2002: Varkonyi - 2003: Moneymaker - 2004: Raymer - 2005: Hachem - 2006: Gold - 2007: Yang - 2008: Eastgate - 2009: Cada - 2010: Duhamel - 2011: Heinz - 2012: Merson - 2013: Riess - 2014: Jacobson - 2015: McKeehen - 2016: Q. Nguyen - 2017: Blumstein - 2018: Cynn - 2019: Ensan - 2020: Salas - 2021: Aldemir - 2022: Jørstad - 2023: Weinman
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