WSOP 2014: Predict results and win cash!

This year's WSOP is right around the corner and we want to know who you're picking to dominate - post your predictions to our ten questions in the forum and win up to $50!

Big sporting events are always made that little bit more fun when you have something riding on them and poker - though maybe not classified as a sport - is absolutely no different!

So, as this year's WSOP approaches, to add a little to the excitement, we're giving you the chance to compete for a cash prize - and all you have to do is predict who you think will dominate at the tables.


The winner will net $50 and a status upgrade, the runner-up will win a status upgrade.


1. The ten questions below will be posted in our dedicated thread.

2. To take part, simply post your answers in the thread from May 21 - 31.

3. After May 31, you cannot change your answers.

4. For every correct answer, you will receive one point.

5. The two users with the most points at the end will win a prize.

6. In the event of a tie, there will be a raffle to determine the winner(s).

7. To be eligible for a prize, quote your original answers and tally your final score in the thread when the series comes to a close. reserves the right to change the details of this promotion at any point in its duration.

The Questions

1. Which country will win the most money?

2. Which country will win the most bracelets?

3. Which player will win the most bracelets? 

4. How many bracelets will be won by players from the UK? 

5. Who will win the famous bracelet bet, Ivey or Negreanu?*

6. Who will win event #22 - the $10,000 H.O.R.S.E? 

7. Who will win event #40 - the $10,000 Heads-up NLH?

8. Who will win event #46 - the $50,000 Player's Champs?

9. Who will win event #53 - the $10,000 Ladies NLH?

10. Who will win event #57 - the $1m Big One for One Drop?

For a full overview of last year's winners and their nationalities, check out the WSOP's official results page.

Please note: the results of the $10,000 Main Event will not count towards this promotion.

*If there is a tie in the bracelet bet between Phil Ivey and Daniel Negreanu, all participants will receive 1 point for question 5.

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