WSOP Stat of the Day: Edition

Bringing poker fans a stat from every event of the 2021 World Series of Poker Online on

Every year for the past 51 years, the world’s best poker players have gathered to battle for money and ego in the World Series of Poker. No matter the format, online or live, or the location, Europe, Australia, or in the birthplace of it all, Las Vegas, poker’s heroes are born in the WSOP. The second half of the 2021 WSOP Online runs on from August 1 to September 12 and PocketFives is keeping tabs on all kinds of statistics from the action and will highlight one interesting stat or fun nugget from each event.

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Event #1: Poland is on the Board (They Kinda Already Were)

Through 51 years of action, players from 59 different countries have won WSOP bracelets. According to the Hendon Mob, Poland was not one of them until after the opening event of the 2021 WSOP Online on GGPoker. Bartlomiej Swieboda navigated his way through 30,809 other entries to win Event #1 ($50 NLHE The Return) for $161,111 and the first WSOP bracelet for his native Poland. There are at least two previous bracelet winners born in Poland, though both were U.S. residents at the time of their victory. Henry Orenstein won his bracelet in a $5,000 Seven Card Stud event in 1996 while Michael Gracz won a $1,000 NLHE w/rebuys event in 2005.