Attention Brazilians qualified for Day 5 of the Main Event, don’t try to pass a bluff on this guy. Former NFL player Richard Seymour is still alive among the 441 players in the hunt for the title in the biggest tournament in the history of the series.
With 10,043 entries, the prize pool for the 2023 edition of the World Series Main Event reached the $93,399,900.00 mark. This amount is slightly higher than the American’s career earnings.
Selected by the New England Patriots in the first round of the 2001 Draft, the sixth pick was a three-time Super Bowl champion (2001, 2003 and 2004) playing alongside Tom Brady and also made history with the Oakland (now Las Vegas) Raiders, before retiring in 2012.
According to Sportrac, the American made more than US$89 million during his NFL career, slightly less than the entire amount that will be distributed among the 1,507 players awarded in this edition of the Main Event.
With 650,000 chips, he is still looking for his first career bracelet and will have a Brazilian at his table. Cardroom player Carlos Rox (1,690,000) is in seat 9, while the star is in seat 5. Would you dare to bluff him? I dare say he’s not playing for the money.
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Carlos Rox will split the Seymour Main Event table at the start of Day 5