Casino City's WSOP Prop Bet Challenge
You have a $5,000 play money bankroll and must make at least three bets, each a minimum of $500 and a maximum of $2,500. The person with the greatest ROI will be the winner. Please indicate your bet (Yes, No, Over, Under, etc.) and the amount you want to wager. Any bet that you choose not to make, simply leave the answer field blank. Players who do not meet wagering requirements outlined above will not be eligible to win a prize. Good luck!
10. Will Howard Lederer play in any WSOP bracelet events this summer? Yes (-500) or No (+400)
9. Will Chris Ferguson play in a WSOP event this year? Yes (+900) or No (-750)
8. Number of Colossus registrations: Over 26,007 (-110) or Under 26,007 (-110)
7. Will there be multiple double-bracelet winners at the 2016 WSOP? Yes (-240) or No (+200)
6. Number of Tweets for WSOP Twitter account from 12:01 a.m. PT on June 1 until 12:00 a.m. PT on July 18 or three hours after determination of November Nine, whichever comes last: Over 2,400 (-110) or Under 2,400 (-110)
5. Will a former Main Event champ win a bracelet? Yes (-200) or No (+180)
4. Number of players to win a bracelet in the tag team event: Over 2.5 (-140) or Under 2.5 (+120)
3. Number of Main Event entries: Over 6,499.5 (-110) or Under 6,499.5 (-110)
2. Main Event winner's home country: United States (-200); European nation (+150; Canada (+220); South/Central American nation (+500); Australia (+800); Any other nation (+1000). Bet will be determined by flag that appears next to the winner's name in the final results on WSOP.com.
1. WSOP Player of the Year: Daniel Negreanu – 12/1; Fedor Holz – 12/1; Brian Hastings – 15/1; Jonathan Duhamel – 15/1; Jason Mercier – 15/1; Vanessa Selbst – 15/1; Mike Gorodinsky – 20/1; Phil Hellmuth – 25/1; Scott Clements – 25/1 ;George Danzer – 25/1; Andrew Frankenberger – 30/1; Jason Somerville – 30/1; Phil Ivey – 40/1; Howard Lederer – 100/1.
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