The World Series of Poker, the most anticipated festival in the world, where thousands of pros and casual players try to push the boundaries, make history and win more bracelets than money itself. The glory that exists in the book. Like Nacho Barbero, he’s already bracelet in his stats, but he’s aiming for more.
That’s why the Argentine is on the trip from Vienna to Las Vegas on Sunday, and he will sit at a table in a hotel in Paris this Tuesday as the tournament is over. Moved there and will start with two events: Traditional Event #1, a casino-staff event with a $500 buy-in, and Event #2: $25,000 High Roller Six-Hand No-Limit Hold’em , starting in three days, accumulating 150,000 credit chips and a one-time re-entry possibility. Post-registration is available until Day 2 begins.