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Voting now open for this year’s Poker Hall of Fame

Voting now open for this year's Poker Hall of Fame

It’s time once again to nominate who you think deserves a place in poker history

Poker enthusiasts can now submit their choices for who they think should be inducted into the illustrious Poker Hall of Fame.

A body made up of players and industry experts will decide the 2024 inductees, but fans can also have their say on who they think should be nominated using the Poker Hall of Fame ballot on the World Series of Poker official site.

To be eligible, players must be at least 40 years old and have competed against top opponents. They must have entered high-stakes events and played well while being well-respected by other players. Non-players are also eligible to be nominated as long as they’ve made contributions to poker’s success and popularity with enduring results.

Fans can make their picks through June 16. The top ten nominees will be reviewed by the PHOF Governing Council before they cast their votes. Only one individual will be inducted into the Poker Hall of Fame in 2024, and the announcement will be made the day before the final table at the WSOP Main Event on July 14.

Brian Rast was the 2023 inductee, beating out the other nominees, which included Mike Matusow, Jeremy Ausmus, Josh Arieh, Ted Forrest, Kathy Liebert, Lon McEachern and Norman Chad (together), Bill Smith, Matt Savage, and Isai Scheinberg.

It’s not too early to start thinking about next year, and Scott Siever is already making his case. He picked up his fifth WSOP bracelet this week and will be eligible for PHOF consideration after turning 40 next April.

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