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    2019 WORLD SERIES OF POKER50th ANNUAL Inside the Numbers
    Event #3-$500Buy-in
    BIG 50’ No-Limit Hold’em

    Total # of Entries:28,371(most ever)
    Total Prize Pool:$13,509,435(largest ever for $500 price point)
    Total Places Paid:4,258 (most ever)
    1st Place Prize:$1,150,500*(2,300times the buy-in)(Estimated. Will know 6/5/2019)
    4,258th Place:$750

    Total # of Unique Entries: 17,970(63.3% of entries) (New WSOP record)
    (Bests 2015 WSOP Colossus-by 17%)
    # of Players Entering Once:11,555
    # of Players Entering Twice:3,969
    # of Players Entering Thrice:1,473
    # of Players Entering 4x:599
    # of Players Entering 5x:244
    # of Players Entering 6x:92
    # of Players Entering 7x:28
    # of Players Entering 8x:10
    # of Male Entrants: 26,378(92.98%)
    # of Female Entrants:1,993 (7.02%)
    # of Unique Males: 16,665 (92.7%)
    # of Unique Females:1,305(7.3%)
    Average Age of Entrants: 44.02
    Avg. Age of Male Players: 43.70
    Avg. Age of Female Players: 48.03
    Oldest Entrant:Thomas Gari, Miami, Florida, USA, 91.61 years old
    Youngest Entrant:Jovan Santiago, Leominster, Massachusetts, USA 21 years old, 9 days

    # of Countries w/Participants:89
    Top 10 Countries w/participants:
    1.United States (23,972)
    2.Canada (1,114)
    3.United Kingdom (414)
    4.France (352)
    5.Germany (217)
    6.Australia (198)
    7.China (175)
    8.Italy (133)
    9.Mexico (128)
    10.Brazil (117)
    # of U.S. Entries: 23,972
    # of International Entries: 4,399
    Top 10 States w/participants:
    1.California(5,133)
    2.Nevada(3,194)
    3.Florida (1,949)
    4.Texas (1,883)
    5.Arizona(974)
    6.New York(973)
    7.Washington (770)
    8.Colorado (744)
    9
    .Illinois (666)
    10.New Jersey (540)

    Entries by Day:
    1A: 6,095(5,159 unique; 936 re-entry)
    1B: 5,972 (3,784 unique; 2,188 re-entry)
    1C: 7,183 (3,861 unique; 3,322re-entry)
    1D: 9,121 (5,166 unique; 3,955 re-entry)

    Total Day 2 Players: 6,477(1,580(A) + 1,280(B) + 1,507(C) + 2,110 (D)
    Total Day 3 Players: 1,xxx (316 (A) + 322 (B) + 406(C) + TBD (D)

    Total Survivors By Day/Flight:
    Day 1A:1,580 (25.9% of field) (Played 12,50-minute levels)
    Day 1B:1,280 (21.4% of field) (Played 13,50-minute levels)
    Day 1C:1,507 (20.9% of field) (Played 13,50-minute levels)
    Day 1D:2,110 (23.1% of field) (Played 13,50-minute levels)
    Day 1 Total Survivors:6,477(22.8%)
    Day 2 Total Survivors:1,xxx(xx%) (Played 7,50-minute levels; except Flight A which played 8)
    Day 3: TBD (Play 12,50-minute levels)
    # of starting chips per player:50,000
    # of chips needed to win event: 1,418,550,000
    # of physical poker chips used: 709,275 (Each player starts with 25 chips: broken down as follows):
    1 25,000 chip
    3 5,000 chips
    7 1,000 chips
    4 500 chips
    10 100 chips
    # of Dealers Required:1,208
    # of Decks of Cards Used:4,912
    Last edited by kkep; 06-04-2019, 08:49 PM.

  • #2
    Nice!
    Can pretty closely estimate Day 2D... 500 survivors +/-20 (540 would be 6%... higher than any other round)
    Day 3 begin... 1550ish... 5.5%
    will be interesting to see if 20% more entries change the %
    Last edited by BruceO; 06-04-2019, 08:38 PM.

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    • #3
      I was trying to figure out where you found that info and stumbled upon this page that has some interesting stats.

      http://www.wsop.com/players/stats/

      I don't know why this specifically stuck out to me, but it really impressed me that Hellmuth not only has 15 bracelets but 10 runner-ups and 34+ other final tables. He's put himself in a lot of positions to win that many, say what you may about his attitude, but damn.
      Last edited by reeeeeeper; 06-04-2019, 11:27 PM.

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      • kkep
        kkep commented
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        I saw it on Twitter
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