With the 43rd Annual World Series of Poker (or affectionately WSOP) taking place, another special tournament is rearing to go. Big One for One Drop is the largest buy-in poker tournament ever to take place on July 1-3 in Las Vegas, and ESPN will be kindly televising it. If you have a million dollars to spare, consider using that for your buy-in – the largest ever entry fee for a tournament. One Drop however holds a charitable cause at heart which Guy Laliberté, creator of Cirque du Soleil, has created to provide universal access to water. Richard Mille does his part for the charity by designing this trophy bracelet for the winner. The tonneau-shaped and wire-cut platinum WSOP bracelet pays ode to One Drop‘s “water for all, all for water” mission with a drop of its diamond water – a 0.78 carat pear-shaped diamond set within thick sapphire crystal.
Source: Professional Watches