Poker Hall of Fame nomination voting has ended. The ten players and industry representatives with the most votes have been announced on the WSOP website. Not much has changed from last year – the championship nominees remain the same.
All nominees meet the necessary criteria for induction into the Hall of Fame: be 40 years old, play high-stakes games, have sustained wins and respect in the poker community, and have stood the test of time.
Brian Rast has been adding points to his “Piggy Banks” over the past few days, beating the best poker players in the $50,000 Poker Players Championship. It was his third PPC title and sixth WSOP bracelet. Brian is now just the second player in history to win the PPC three times (the first being Michael Mizrahi), which is sure to have an impact on the final vote.
As for the other candidates, the poker community is, as always, following sharing. Phil Helmuth is actively campaigning for his old friend Mike Matusow to be inducted, and Daniel Negreanu, in his second year joining the community, is campaigning for Isaiah Isaiah Sheinberg was elected to the Hall of Fame, becoming the person who has contributed the most to the Hall of Fame. Online Poker
Now it is the turn of the current members of the Hall of Fame. There are 59 current members and 31 living members. . They will decide who gets a photo in the special room and a free ticket to the annual WSOP $1,979 Hall of Fame bonus.
The winner will be announced at the final table of the World Series of Poker on July 13 The Main Event is created. Under recent changes, only one player is selected each year, but there is one exception to that rule: legendary commentators Lon McEachren and Norman Chad are always nominated as a pair.