bally’s paris wsop Landon Tice booked a $100,000 prop bet with Patrick Leonard to live at Bally’s and Paris Las Vegas, the home of the World Series of Poker (WSOP) , for one year, but the restrictions are quite strict.
Winning this six-figure wager might be more difficult than it seems on the surface. Many poker players have stayed long periods of time in the same hotel, but this prop bet calls for Tice to remain on property throughout the duration. If he were to walk across the street to play some $5/$10 at Bellagio, he loses. 24 hours later I get a message… @LandonTice 365 days in Bally’s, $100k. Let’s go. https://t.co/k5sS5B7uCn — Patrick Leonard (@padspoker) Inside the host venue, he’s free to move as he pleases, eat where he wants, play poker, gamble, drink, and do just about anything except get into the pool (although he can access the pool area). As for how the pool rules would be monitored, Tice said it would be based on an “honor code,” as it would be difficult for Leonard to enforce it.
Full details of the prop bet will have to be ironed out between the two gamblers, including when the wager will begin. Over the next year, Caesars Entertainment plans to fully renovate Bally’s and transform it into Horseshoe Las Vegas. So it’s likely that by the end of the challenge, assuming he doesn’t surrender early like he did in a past online poker prop bet against Bill Perkins , Tice’s living quarters will change drastically from start to finish. LUCKY DUCK POW POW LIONS ATLANTIS HERE MONEY MONEY Issues that Could Prevent a Prop Bet Win
There are more important aspects of the challenge they’d need to agree upon before the starting date. First off, how will the hotel stay be paid? Tice, for staying so frequently and playing poker regularly at Bally’s, would certainly earn some comps for free nights along the way. But on most days, he’d be on the hook for a $45 resort fee plus the regular room rate (and taxes), which fluctuates between $50 […]