Originally Posted by LuckyChippy
I know that an amatuer who gets a feature table can get 10k for wearing the gear.
Originally Posted by Xavier
Really. Thats pretty cool. So how much would a well known pro get for wearing it?
Yes here is the update from the WSoP site.
Fri, 03 Jul 2009 23:13:35
Sorry, But You WON'T Be At the Feature Table
According to one member of the ESPN camera crew, Phil Ivey's table (table #90 in the orange section) was supposed to be the feature table to start the day. Everyone at the table was not only going to get a chance to play at the feature table with one of the greatest players in the game, but they'd also be lined up to receive about $10,000 in sponsorship money from various companies. Ivey didn't want to be seated at the feature table and he got his wish. Everyone at the table was pretty irritated at this decision. This was all according to the camera crew and we'll have to wait and see if any of the players go after Ivey a little bit more throughout the day.