WSOP Midway Numbers


Now that the 2014 World Series of Poker has reached and passed its halfway mark, we take a look at the numbers involved in the series thus far. We will tell you who has made the most money, who has cashed the most amount of times, which countries are winning the most bracelets and of course which events have managed to attract the largest fields so far.

Whilst winning titles will be the main priority for players taking part this year, consistently cashing is another way to ensure that you make a profit. Humberto Brenes has notched up eight cashes so far this year, one ahead of Nick Shulman.

Top Ten Number Of Cashes So Far

Humberto Brenes – 8

Nick Schulman – 7

Tony Cousineau                – 6

Roland Israelashvili – 6

Isidro Sifuentes                – 6

Daniel Engels – 6

Justin Zaki – 6

Matt Glantz – 6

Tom Koral – 6

Jonathan Dimmig is the player that has won the most money at the 2014 WSOP so far after his win in the Millionaire Maker combined with a few other cashes gives him a grand total of $11,321,876 in earnings.

Top Ten Earnings So Far

1st) Jonathan Dimmig – $1,321,876

2nd) Vanessa Selbst – $876,665

3rd) Jeffrey Coburn – $815,963

4th) George Danzer – $772,374

5th) Justin Bonomo – $691,503

6th) Brian Yoon – $674,047

7th) Joe Cada – $670,041

8th) Dan Heimiller – $637,867

9th) Kevin Eyster – $625,398

10th) James Duke – $614,368

With regards to which countries have secured bracelets, it would be fair to say that the USA are somewhat leading the race. In fact, only seven of the events have been won by non-Americans with them scoring the wins in the other 30. Germany sits in second place on three with George Danzer getting two of those.

Bracelets Won By Country

United States – 30

Germany – 3

United Kingdom – 1

Belgium – 1

France – 1

Russia – 1

As for the largest fields in the event thus far, easily the biggest has been the Millionaire Maker event which attracted 7,977 players. That is the sort of figure that is going to compete with that of the Main Event. Interestingly, each of the events in the top ten are all that of No Limit Hold’em.

Top Ten Largest Fields So Far

1st) Event #8 $1.5k Millionaire Maker – 7,977

2nd)Event #17 $1k Seniors Event – 4,425

3rd) Event #4 $1k NLHE – 2,224

4th) Event #19 $1.5k NLHE – 2,086

5th) Event #21 $1k NLHE – 2,043

6th) Event #9 $1k NLHE – 1,940

7th) Event #33 $1k NLHE – 1,688

8th) Event #31 $1.5k NLHE – 1,631

9th) Event #26 $1.5k NLHE – 1,594

10th)  Event #11 $1.5k NLHE – 1,587