Are you an online grinder living in either New Jersey or Nevada?
Are you from out of town? Are you in Las Vegas for the series? Do you fancy a bit of online poker, and want to know who the sharks are?
Are you a nerdy statistician that wears Mr. Magoo style specs, and stands at the end of railway platforms, taking photos and drinking milk?
If you are any of these things then you are in luck. WSOP.com, the online poker giant with operations in New Jersey and Nevada, have launched WSOPSTATS.com, the only site authorized to hold crucial stats on online tournament grinders who play on WSOP.com.
Just setting up my Twitter. #myfirstTweet— WSOPSTATS (@WSOPSTATS) May 21, 2015
WSOP.com Head of Online Poker, Bill Rini, sees WSOPSTATS.com as a one-stop shop for players to review how they compare with fellow grinders. The site currently contains data on the biggest winners, and most consistent cashers, of 2015. Rini hopes to also add vital statistics for their Sit n Go and cash game products in the near future.
The site will also contain New Jersey and Nevada Leaderboard data (not yet uploaded onto the site), and also host a free online training facility called The Grinder School, where players can access a wide range of training videos and tools to help improve your game.
“By layering in the Grinder School offering, we can benefit our players as well by helping them improve their play,” said Rini.
Nolan Dalla to Write Regular Column
It gets better.
It gets much better.
Fans of Nolan Dalla will be pleased to hear that his no holds barred opinion will be offered up on a regular basis as the main contributor to the site in a feature called WSOP Insider Column.
New post: Clowns to the Left of Me, Jokers to the Right — Here I am at the 2015 WSOP http://t.co/VFgIvf7ZFl— Nolan Dalla (@nolandalla) May 27, 2015
“I’m excited to be a part of WSOPSTATS.com,” said Dalla. “I’m looking forward to using my nearly 30 years in the poker industry to help educate, share and dedicate content to help the new player and the recreational player in a manner that can better help them enjoy and succeed in poker.”
Just In Time for the WSOP.com Online Championships
The launch of the new site is perfectly timed. The WSOP.com Online Championships begins May 31 and will continue unabated through June 29. It’s envisaged that all the data from that festival will be updated onto the new site, so players can keep up to date with progress.
The WSOP.com Online Championships contains more than $535,000 in guaranteed prize money, spread over 90 tournaments. The festival will award points for cash placements, with the eventual leaderboard winner securing a WSOP.com Online Champion’s ring, and a seat at the WSOP National Championships held in North Carolina at the end of the series.
In addition, the top five finishers in each tournament will win a seat in a WSOP National Championships freeroll tournament on July 3, and the winner will win $500 in cash, and a chance to win a WSOP bracelet with a seat into WSOP National Championships.
The full schedule can be found here: