Selling WSOP Stake for Many Players For now, tournaments have become commonplace. Some offer to buy promotional shares to make up the difference, others just to please their fans.
On the PokerStake portal, anyone can sell shares. We decided to investigate who are the most popular and who are having trouble finding shareholders.
Alex Foxen made just two bids: 5% each for the Super High Roller $250,000 event at odds of 1 and 10. The shares were sold out within hours. In a similar event, Action and his wife Kristen Foxen sold a 15% stake at odds of 1.03. Players have less trust in them – just over 5% of players have sold out so far.
Chance Cornuth and Alex Livingston are also popular. Soon, Chance sold out on 7 tournaments with buy-ins ranging from $25,000 to $250,000, and Alex managed to sell out on 9 events.
The audience also has confidence in last year’s World Series champion. Espen Jorstad only managed to complete the move in four events. Only a fraction of the $250,000 Super High Roller prize remains.
Sometimes you don’t need to be MTT-savvy to get financing. Being well-known in society is enough. Owner of legendary player Robbie Liew is a perfect example. Her tournament winnings rarely exceed $90,000, but that doesn’t stop her from selling 25 to 30 percent of her winnings on events worth $3,000 to $10,000.
Daniel Cates is determined to remain a champion among poker players this year, winning the title for the second year in a row. To please his fans, he placed a token 5% bet at odds of 1.30 on his first entry – all dealt within minutes.
Four-time WSOP bracelet winner Mike Matusow has a busy schedule for the upcoming series. He alone has 69 listings for sale, ranging from 10% to 50%, mostly in budget campaigns under $3,000. You can purchase actions every time you enter a tournament. Although Mike hasn’t been particularly happy with the results recently, he has managed to sell half of his packages.