The World Series of Poker continues to attract the best poker players in the world and in 2014 it will once again be the highlight of the poker year thanks to a number of tournaments, including the $1 Million Big One for One Drop.
Qualify for the 2014 WSOP Main Event through bet365 Poker and earn your seat at the world's greatest poker tournament.
The WSOP is the most famous series of poker tournaments the world has ever seen and since Benny Binion invited six of the best poker players on the planet to play with him at the Horseshoe Casino in Las Vegas in 1970, the tournament has never looked back.
From these humble beginnings and through an international network of online satellites, the WSOP has become the largest poker event in the world and every year thousands of players ante-up in search of a coveted bracelet. In 2014 the WSOP will crown 65 winners, including the next poker World Champion.
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Every year the WSOP culminates with the $10,000 No-Limit Hold'em "Main Event," which, since 2004, has attracted entrants numbering in the thousands. Such is the magnitude of this event that the victor now receives a multi-million dollar cash prize a bracelet and the most desired title in the poker community: The World Champion of Poker.
In 2013 the WSOP Main Event was won by Ryan Riess after he carved his way through a field of 6,352 players to beat Jay Farber heads-up. With $8,361,570 in his bankroll and the prospect of becoming one of the only back-to-back winners of the WSOP Main Event, Riess will take to the felt once again in 2014 alongside many of the game's greatest exponents, including Phil Ivey, Daniel Negreanu and Phil Hellmuth.
The WSOP is the world's biggest poker tournament. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)
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Players can also qualify through PokerStars, Ladbrokes Poker and Titan Poker.
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