Vince Vaughn Named 2022 WSOP Grasp of Ceremonies

Actor Vince Vaughn was once provide in the beginning of the 2021 Global Sequence of Poker Major Tournament ultimate desk. Status along the WSOP’s Jack Effel, Vaughn was once introduced because the “2022 Grasp of Ceremonies” for the Global Sequence of Poker after which gave the well-known name of “shuffle up and deal” to kick off play.

Following the shuffle up and deal name, Vaughn joined Lon McEachern, Norman Chad, and Jamie Kerstetter within the observation sales space. Vaughn cited the thrill of poker as a draw for him and helped spoil the scoop that the 2022 Global Sequence of Poker can be shifting to the Las Vegas Strip, going down at Bally’s and Paris venues.

“As we way the Ultimate Desk, we glance again on but some other a success Major Tournament that exceeded expectancies,” mentioned Ty Stewart, WSOP Vice President, in a press liberate. “We’re completely extremely joyful with this yr’s turnout, each regionally and across the world. As we shut out this bankruptcy on the Rio, we’re excited to have the long-lasting Vince Vaughn bring in a brand new generation of WSOP at Bally’s and Paris subsequent summer time.”

Vaughn has been noticed in poker earlier than, becoming a member of Mel Gibson, Gene Simmons, and Andrew Garfield in 2016 at a charity match in Los Angeles held via the Global Poker Excursion and Mending Children. Now it seems as even though Vaughn will probably be a little extra concerned within the sport as Grasp of Ceremonies of the WSOP.

Whilst on observation, he mentioned he used to widespread the Bicycle Resort & On line casino in Los Angeles and has hopes of competing within the WSOP Major Tournament in the future. Possibly we’ll see him within the box for 2022.

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Author: Bradley Watson