World Series of Poker Virtual Poker Experience
Have you ever wondered what it feels like to push all of your chips to the middle of the table to call “all in” with millions on the line at the World Series of Poker? With the World Series of Poker Main Event taking place in Las Vegas throughout the Fall months, Seven Hills Global will take you and your guests inside the world of professional poker with a memorable poker tutorial with one of the game’s all-time greats.
Your guests won’t have to wait long to put their new poker skills to the test as they’ll be seated at a virtual poker table courtesy of the World Poker Tour for the duration of the event once the professional tutorial session concludes!
Virtual Poker Suggested Program
Poker Strategy Tutorial with a World Series of Poker Legend – Guests will receive a warm welcome from a World Series of Poker bracelet winner, who will share their unique insights into their career as a professional poker player while offering valuable tips for how guests can play their best at their next online or home game.
Virtual Poker Play – Up to 100 attendees will be assigned to a virtual poker room where they will compete against their fellow guests in a game of Texas Hold ‘Em. Guests will play a traditional “cash game” format with up to 9 others seated at their virtual table for approximately 45 minutes. Zoom breakout rooms will be set up for each virtual table to allow for some in-game banter as well!
World Series of Poker Suggested Talent:
Virtual Poker Program Inclusions
15-minute tutorial from noted WSOP Player
45 minutes of online poker gameplay
30-second clip if available and save the date
Management of shipping logistics to all attendees
Turnkey invitation process to include all creative costs
Branded creative gifting insert
Registration site build and management
SHG pre-program logistics and program management
Post-event recap with link to event, attendance list & chat response
A native of Arlington, Texas, David Williams is one of his generation’s most accomplished poker players, having won both a World Series of Poker bracelet and a World Poker Tour Championship.
Williams burst onto the poker scene in 2004 at the age of 23 with a runner-up finish in the World Series of Poker Main Event. He would not have to wait long to claim a World Series bracelet, emerging victorious in the 2006 Seven-Card WSOP event.
His World Poker Tour title came in 2010, along with a winner’s prize of over $1.5 million.
Williams’ talents are not limited to the poker table as is a world-class Magic: The Gathering player and was a contestant on Season 7 of Gordon Ramsey’s MasterChef. Williams was one of three contestants to make it to the finals of the show winning six of Ramsey’s challenges that season.
Daniel Negreanu, arguably the world’s most influential and beloved poker pro, is also one of the biggest live tournament winners of all time, having accumulated over $40 million in prize money. Daniel has also been named WSOP Player of the Year in 2004 and again in 2013, making him the first (and only) player in history to win the accolade multiple times.
Born and raised in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Daniel developed a love for numbers and probability at a very young age and gravitated to playing poker against adults while still in high school.
A quick learner, Daniel set off for Vegas at the age of 21 to refine his game againstt the world’s best. By 1998, he had won his first World Series of Poker Bracelet and earned the nickname “Kid Poker,” which he carries forward to this day.