1999 WSOP bracelet on eBay for $50,000

We recap some stories you may have missed including UFC Spin & Go's and Joe Ingram on Poker After Dark.

Is a bracelet really worth that much?

Sadly there have been many instances where WSOP bracelets end up on eBay, but this one deserves mention for quite an ambitious valuation. 

Tom Franklin won the $2,500 Limit Omaha bracelet in 1999, taking down $104,000 for his troubles. Whoever currently owns it now wants....$50,000 as a starting bid on eBay

As yet there have been no bids for it.

ebay bracelet

UFC Spin & Go's

If you have logged in to the PokerStars client today you will have already seen the rebranded Spin & Go tab, which are now UFC Spin & Go's to celebrate their big partnership with the Ultimate Fighting Championship. 

You can expect to see PokerStars branding all over this weekend's 'Holloway vs Poirier 2' fight in Atlanta and for the rest of the year. 

Objectively nothing appears to have changed about the game offering or prizes, just the lobby and table themes. 

Sunday Million Stats

Speaking of PokerStars, this weekend is the 13th Anniversary of the Sunday Million with $10 million guaranteed and to mark the occasion, PokerStars have created this infographic with some of the key stats from 13 years of the biggest weekly tournament in online poker. 

sunday million


Ok, this has to be a new one for the poker tells experts, we overuse the word 'sick' a lot in this game but this has to be the first time a player has actually vomited at the table:

The Great Game

We hear him talk about the Great Game of Pot Limit Omaha all the time, but finally, thanks to Poker After Dark, we get to see Joe Ingram play it live:

How much is a WSOP bracelet worth? Let us know in the comments:

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  • manelribeiro


    Party Poker >>>>>>>>>> Pokerstas, lower rake, better chip structure, WAY, WAY better rakeback deal.
  • AlexKockar


    If I had a bracelet, I would never sell it for any money ;)
  • GospodinZ


    Thats not a lot of money for the bracelet thou..