World Series of Poker Player of the Year Predictions

Published Friday, August 09, 2013 - Online-Casinos.com
World Series of Poker Player of the Year Predictions

Online poker has been in demand for some time now and with the latest changes in America it could be showing an upswing once again. Poker tournaments have been the focus of television shows and media interests ever since the online poker scene became a popular pastime all over the world. The World Series of Poker Europe has seen some amazing play with the competition becoming an entertainment bonanza for the broadcasters and fans alike.

The Player of the Year award is also a competition that has many watching intently as the greatest poker players vie for the honoured position. With the WSOP Europe and the WSOP Main Event influencing the outcome the competition will most likely remain undecided until early November. The number of possible outcomes is too great to predict, but there is enough to see what may happen in the next round.

There are 66 events already scheduled between WSOP Asia-Pacific and the WSOP in Las Vegas, and the WSOP Main Event still in November, there are 10 current top contender for the Player of the Year spot.

So far and with a great deal of possible upsets during the next while the top dogs in the poker scene are Matthew Ashton a player from Liverpool, England, and best known for winning the $50,000 Poker Player's Championship at the 2013 World Series of Poker. After winning the World Series of Poker bracelet for the event, he became the leader in the 2013 World Series of Poker Player of the Year race.

Daniel Negreanu who is a Romanian-Canadian professional poker player has won five World Series of Poker bracelets and two World Poker Tour championship titles placing him in position number two. There are others who have a chance including Tom Schneider, the former Player of the Year winner.

Everyone knows anything can happen in poker and in this case it means that any player could still win the 2013 WSOP POY award.

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