Dan Smith , b. Manalapan Township, NJ Won 2022 $25,000 Head Up No-Limit Hold 'Em ($509,717). 2016 High Roller for One Drop 2nd place ($3,078,974). 2018 Big One for One Drop 3rd place ($4,000,000). Four cashes for $500,000+ and ten for $100,000+. Wikipedia | WSOP.com | Hendon
Dan Kelly , b. Fairfax, VA Two bracelets: 2010 $25,000 No-Limit Hold 'Em 6-Max ($1,315,518) & 2014 $1,500 Limit Hold 'Em ($195,167). 10 final tables. Wikipedia | WSOP.com | Hendon
Sarge Ferris d. 1989 [age 60] (b. 12/1/1928) Won 1980 $10,000 No-Limit Deuce-to-Seven Draw ($150,000) from which he staked Stu Ungar for his WSOP Main Event victory. Poker Hall of Fame 1989. Wikipedia | WSOP.com | Hendon
Bryan Piccioli , b. Allegany, NY 2017 WSOP Main Event 6th place ($1,675,000); Two bracelets: 2013 WSOP Asia-Pacific $1,100 No-Limit Hold 'Em Accumulator ($211,575) & 2021 Online $500 No-Limit Hold 'Em Turbo Deepstack ($83,332). Wikipedia | WSOP.com | Hendon
Phil Hellmuth Wins 1989 WSOP Main Event Defeats field of 178, including double defending title holder and Last Champ Standing Johnny Chan heads up, for $755,000 to become the youngest Main Event champion at 24. For the first and only time in WSOP history, no tournament winner in 1989 had previously won a bracelet.
$10,000 Main Event - No-Limit Hold 'Em (Event #14, began 5/15)
Loni Harwood , b. Staten Island, NY as Loni Harwood Won 2013 $1,500 No-Limit Hold 'Em (609,017) and 2015 $10,000 Circuit National Championship ($341,599). Tied women's record with three final tables in 2013. Holds women's record of 5 open Circuit rings (La Sengphet has six but two were Ladies events) and is the only female with multiple bracelets and multiple rings. [estimated birthdate] Wikipedia | WSOP.com | Hendon