The $10 million guarantee for the 2023 WPT EveryOne for One Drop at Wynn Las Vegas was easily surpassed early on Day 1C of this event as droves of players packed the registration line in an effort to get a piece of this year’s ultimate summer saver.
WPT Champions Club members, including recent Season XXI Seminole Hard Rock Poker Showdown champion Bin Weng, Mohsin Charania, Markus Gonsalves, Andy Frankenberger, and Jonathan Little were spread throughout the room as players took a seat on the final starting day of this charitable event that comes with a big-time payday.
By the end of the first level, more people were in the Day 1C field than came out the entirety of Day 1A. And the line to buy-in, while moving swiftly, continued to grow into the afternoon.
WPT World Champion Eliot Hudon, high roller Stephen Chidwick, WSOP Main Event champions Espen Jorstad, Martin Jacobsen, and Ryan Riess, Andrew Moreno, and Only Friends cohorts Conrad Simpson and Landon Tice were just a few who had made it into the field before the first break.
By Level 4 there were 585 entries and the prize pool soared to over $11.5 million and climbing. Kristen Foxen, Xuan Liu, Chris Moorman, John Juanda, and Chris Brewer, just hours after he busted from Day 5 of the WSOP Main Event were all seen as well. Joining Brewer from the WSOP Main Event Day 5 Club were Giorgii Skhulukhila and Stuart Taylor.
By dinner break, the prize pool soared to over $14 million with nearly three hours of late registration left in the day.
To see who’s in, who’s out, and who’s sitting at the top of the chip counts visit WPT Live Updates.