Richard Mille’s official bracelet for the largest buy-in poker tournament flaunts a diamond

Not long after World’s most expensive sports prize was created in the form of the gem-studded bracelet, designer Richard Mille has decided to grace the “Big One for One Drop” World Series of Poker tournament in Las Vegas with a unique bracelet. The buy-in for this tournament in Las Vegas is $1 million, which is estimated to be the highest entry fee in professional poker history. The 48 players who battle it out in this three-day charity event will battle it out for the prize money and the official WSOP bracelet created by Richard Mille. The heart of the case is embedded with two sapphire crystals and was screen printed with the logo of the “Big One For One Drop” tournament. The sapphire crystal was set with a 0.78-carat pear-shaped diamond measuring 4/10 thickness.

The platinum bracelet was created to pay homage to the “One Drop” Foundation’s mission, and all the profits from the tournament will be benefitting the foundation.
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