Poker, it’s all about the numbers some might say and every year the good folks at the World Series of Poker (WSOP) provide us all with some great, interesting and at time amusing statistics to show the world. Here we let the numbers do the talking as we present to you the 44th WSOP by the numbers:

The History

  • 44th Year running and looking good!

How Many? And from where?

  • 79,471 – Total entries

  • 106 – Nations attended

  • 57,040 – Attended from the  United States

  • 4,118 – Came to play from Canada

  • 2,678 – Brits abroad played

  • 1,110 – Attended from Russia

  • 1,010 – Came from France

The Events

  • 62 Events

Show Me The Money!

  • $197,041,468 – Total prize pool

  • 8,454 – Total Cashers

  • 9th consecutive year – Prize pool exceeded $100 million.

How Young?

  • 21 years, 8 days old –  Youngest player in WSOP Main Event

  • 92-year-old – Oldest player in the WSOP Main Event

  • 37 years – Average age.

The split

  • 95%  – Male Participation

  • 5.1% – Female Participation

  • $136,941,036 – Male money won

  • $3,423,282 – Female money won

The Main Event

  • 6,352 players – Main Event attendance

  • $59,708,800 main event prize pool

  • $8,359,531 – 1st Place Prize for Main Event.

  • 171,923,374,129* – Approximate amount of ‘Ruffles Crispy Fries’ chips eaten.

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