The World Series of Poker has tournaments It has already begun, and tens of thousands of players flock to Las Vegas to compete for the gold bracelet. In honor of the event, 2003 champion Chris Manimaker has released a guide to preparing for such a large event.
Chris’s first point is to have a clear plan for your trip. The success of the WSOP depends largely on this. According to Manimaker, Vegas comes alive 24 hours a day.
“There’s always something going on in Vegas. Those are the pros and cons of the city. If you take every opportunity, you’ll get there.” I ended up sleeping while digging a hole in the river bank caught.
Plans should be made before the plane lands in Sin City. Chris recommends considering not only the tournament lineup but also the activities between events and paying close attention to the rest of the night. In places like Vega In a city like Sri Lanka, discipline can make all the difference in even the smallest things.
While the WSOP has moved to a large casino and hotel complex, Chris recommends staying at nearby venues within walking distance. For example Bellagio, Wynn, or Aria.
Chris also recommends researching restaurants ahead of time and making reservations now. The new casino makes this easier, but players complain that prices are high for even basic burgers and sodas.
“Vegas will tire you,” Chris concluded. The World Series champion has flown in for the main event several years in a row and has been in town for four or five days , but he describes even that long as a real challenge.
“Advice aside from the rest of my time: Listen to your body. These days, when you’re at your best, that can be difficult. If you’re distracted, tired, or often hungover, you could be on the verge of a diagnosis of burnout or worse. “
Currently, Chris is still staying at home and getting along with people. His family. As usual, he will fly to Las Vegas at the end of the month to try to repeat the success of 20 years ago