PokerNews just witnessed the 2024 WSOP or World Series of Poker at the Horseshoe and Paris Les Vegas. They were on the ground to witness three players winning bracelets, one of them banking the fifth of their career, while five other events inched closer to awarding their WSOP hardware.

Phil Ivey has positioned himself to become an 11-time WSOP bracelet winner. On the other hand, fellow legend Daniel Negreanu has reached another Day 2.
For the first time, Stephen Winters became a WSOP champion after coming out on top in Event #20: $300 Gladiators of Poker No-Limit Hold’em. Winters left an incredible turnout of 20,467 entrants in his wake. He turned his $300 investment into a cool $401,210.
On Event #26: $25,000 High Roller No-Limit Hold’em crowned its champion–Nick Schulman. He had previously won four WSOP bracelet. Each of this in a mixed game discipline, but now he has five and one in Hold’em. This is a way to get the Hold’em monkey off his back because Schulman raked in $1,667,842. So far, this is his largest WSOP cash and his second-largest result.
On Day 15, the third bracelet was awarded. It went to Michael Christ. He will forever be known as the champion of Event #27: $1,500 Big O. Christ admitted to pushing his luck throughout the tournament, more specifically on the final day. However, he was probably playing down his impressive result. He banked $306,884 for this victory.
One of the toughest fields ever assembled has been whittled down to just 13 players. However, Event #29: $10,000 Limit 2-7 Lowball Triple Draw Championship remains stacked from top to bottom. Eight of the players through to the final day’s action have bracelets, five have multiple bracelets, seven are $25K Fantasy Draft picks, one is a Poker Hall of Famer, and the reigning champion is still in!