World Series of Poker Main Event Title Won By European as U.S. Loses Again – Agora Poker

World Series of Poker Main Event Title Won By European as U.S. Loses Again

World Series of Poker Main Event Title Won By European as U.S. Loses Again

An idiot from Northern Europe, as Phil Hellmuth might say, is the new poker World Champion. Following an impressive performance in the World Series of Poker Main Event, Espen Jorstad, has taken poker’s most coveted bracelet back to Europe.

The Norwegian’s win is just one of many talking points from the 2022 WSOP Main Event. It was the second largest Main Event in history, which is clearly a remarkable achievement. It was also the first Big Dance to take place inside Bally’s and Paris on the Las Vegas strip.

However, there’s another talking point that not enough people are discussing and that’s where our latest World Champion comes from. Or, more specifically, where an increasing number of WSOP Main Event winners are coming from. PokerStars US Casino The Europeans Are Coming

Five of the 12 WSOP World Champions since 2011 have come from Europe. Another one was born in Vietnam, and another flew into Las Vegas from Argentina and flew home again with poker’s biggest prize.

Those are some interesting stats, but what’s the point here? It’s that, since the infamous Black Friday shutdowns of 2011 , Americans have lost their dominance in the Main Event.

Even though U.S. players outnumber every other nation combined by a significant margin, they’re not winning at the same rate they once did.

This doesn’t mean players from other countries weren’t winning the WSOP Main Event before 2011. Jonathan Duhamel, Peter Eastgate, and Joe Hachem are among the most notable non-American winners from the past two decades. WSOP Main Event results

1 Espen Jorstad Norway $10 million 2 Adrian Attenborough Australia $6 million 3 Michael Duek Fort Lauderdale, Fla. $4 million 4 John Eames United Kingdom $3 million 5 Matija Dobric Croatia $2.25 million 6 Jeffrey Farnes Dallas, Oregon $1.75 million 7 Aaron Duczak Canada $1.35 million 8 Philippe Souki United Kingdom $1.075 million 9 Matthew Su Washington, D.C. $850,675 10 Asher Conniff Brooklyn, N.Y. $675,000 Black Friday Puts Americans in the Shadows

However, in the wake of Black Friday, there’s been a noticeable shift in the Main Event’s dynamics. Why? The reasons are almost certainly many and […]

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