Legacy of luxury timepieces shaped by Corum is underscored by the integrity and intensity of the WSOP players. Corum will produce and market timepieces inspired by the World Series of Poker brand. Setting the trends and not following them is what sets both of them apart in their respective industries. To mark the partnership, CORUM will design unique timepieces for players that make it to the final table of the WSOP Main Event, as a souvenir to commemorate the occasion. It is to be expected that those timepieces will become collection items coveted by poker amateurs worldwide, as the measure of a man is often expressed by what ornaments his wrist. CORUM’s 2006 Special Edition Royal Flush Bubble’s case back is engraved with: World Series 2006 – The Final Table. It comes in an extra-large stainless steel case (45 mm) with 1.08cts diamonds and the strap is a crocodile. The dial is dominated with the reproduction of a real scale of hearts to the ace while on the tip of the second’s pointer is the dollar symbol. This grand piece is also available in 18k red gold.
Corum timepieces have been called “the merging of 18th century craftsmanship with 21st century technology”, incorporating their groundbreaking designs and technologies into masterpieces of watch making. The World Series of Poker® has been the game’s undisputed championship, drawing record crowds, generating unprecedented prize pools and making legends one hand at a time for the past 35 years.