1973 World Series of Poker
The 1973 World Series of Poker (WSOP) was a series of poker tournaments held at Binion's Horseshoe. The 1973 series marked the first time a single player won more than one preliminary World Series of Poker event.
1973 World Series of Poker Intro articles: 3
|$1,000 7 Card Razz||Sam Angel||$32k||Unknown|
|$3,000 Deuce to 7 Draw||Aubrey Day||$17k||Unknown|
|$1,000 No Limit Hold'em||Walter "Puggy" Pearson||$17k||Unknown|
|$4,000 7-Card Stud||Walter "Puggy" Pearson||$32k||Eric Drache|
|$3,000 Deuce to 7 Draw||Jack Straus||$17k||Unknown|
|Limit Ace to 5 Draw||Joe Bernstein||$21k||Unknown|
|5 Card Stud||Bill Boyd||$10k||Unknown|
There were 13 entrants to the main event. Each paid $10,000 to enter the winner-take-all tournament.
|1st||Walter "Puggy" Pearson||$130,000|
|6th||Brian "Sailor" Roberts||None|