WSOP By the Numbers: More on PLO, Outstanding WSOP Performances

TheĀ 2012 World Series of Poker is full of facts, figures, stats and records. With so many numbers being crunched day in and day out, sometimes it is tough to see what they all add up to. That is why each day BLUFF brings you some of the more interesting numbers related to the news of the day. Some are factual, some are fun, some are both. Here is the WSOP By The Numbers:

2:00 Approximate amount of time it took to get from 13 players down to the final table of nine in the $10,000 Pot Limit Omaha Saturday.

3:10 Approximate length of time it took to play from nine down to winner Jan-Peter Jachtmann at the final table of the $10,000 Pot Limit Omaha.

2nd Position of Jan-Peter Jachtmann on the list of biggest money winners at the 2012 World Series of Poker, leapfrogging everyone but Ashkan Razavi with his victory in the $10,000 Pot Limit Omaha.

0 Bracelets previously won by the six players at the final table of the $2,500 Limit Hold’em, despite having $6,155,773 in combined live tournament earnings (with two players having $0 in lifetime live tournament cashes).

$17,107 Terrence Chan’s winnings for finishing seventh in the $2,500 Six-handed Limit Hold’em, his eighth cash so far this Summer.

$75,378 Terrence Chan’s earnings so far at the 2012 World Series of Poker.

32 Number of events played Phil Ivey has played so far at the 2012 World Series of Poker, five of which he final tabled.

11 Number of events Ivey hasn’t participated in at this point in the World Series of Poker, which includes two events (Casino Employees Event, Seniors Event) he was ineligible to play.

$572,933 Phil Ivey’s earnings thus far at the 2012 World Series of Poker; he currently leads that category for players who have not won a bracelet in 2012.

$481,643 Amanda Musumeci’s winnings at the 2012 World Series of Poker, currently second behind Ivey on the bracelet-less list.

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Tim Fiorvanti

Tim Fiorvanti graduated from St. John's University with a B.S. in Journalism in 2008. After several years in the industry, he started working for BLUFF in the summer of 2010. He worked his way up at BLUFF and joined full time as a Senior Writer in April of 2012. Fiorvanti now serves as the Managing Editor of BLUFF. He's a tortured Mets and Jets fan, along with several other frustrating allegiances, but he's also a two-time defending BLUFF Fantasy Football Champion.
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