Most of the pundits are picking J.C. Tran to win the WSOP to be held next month. Why not? He's the chip leader and has two bracelets and a ton of tournament earnings.
Sure, I like Tran, but I'm going a different route. I'm picking Amir Lehavot, the oldest player left in the field.
In the Card Player magazine shown above, the writer asked Lehavot:
Q: What would it mean for you to come out of the event with pokers' most prestigious title, and all the money and accolades that are associated with such a crown?
Lehavot: Honestly, I haven't thought about all of that too much because I feel that it will make it more difficult for me to focus while in the moment. I just want to play the game like I know I can, and if I win that would be great. Then I will think about it. I am sure it would mean a lot.
Who are you picking to win it all?