Walaand isn't the only pro that this series has attracted. A few days ago Vanessa Selbst tweeted out that she too will be returning to Foxwoods next weekend for the $2,200 No-Limit Hold'em Championship event, and potentially the $5,000 No-Limit High Roller Event. Selbst has just under $12,000,000 in live poker earnings, and is the first and only female to have won three WSOP bracelets in open-field events.
I'm so excited to return to my home turf where my career began @FoxwoodsPoker next weekend. I love playing in Connecticut so much!— Vanessa Selbst (@VanessaSelbst) March 25, 2017
It's also been rumored that poker pro Galen Hall will return to Foxwoods next weekend for the bigger events at the end of the series. Hall has over $4 million in earnings, and won the Bahamas PCA Main Event back in 2011 for a monster $2,300,000.
As per usual, Foxwoods continues to draw some of the biggest names in poker with their amazing structures and huge guaranteed prize pools.