32. T.J. Cloutier (2006) – Cloutier has six WSOP bracelets on him and is the only one to win bracelets in all three types (Pot limit high, Limit High and Limit 8-or-better high-low split) of Omaha.
33. Billy Baxter (2006) – Billy Baxter is one of the few players who have won seven or more WSOP bracelets and also fought the state and won the right to count his winnings as earned income.
34. Barbara Enright (2007) – The female legend has three WSOP bracelets to her and is the only women to have advanced to the main event of the WSOP table.
35. Phil Hellmuth (2007) – Also known as the poker brat, Phil Hellmuth is one of the best poker players the poker world has ever seen. He also became the youngest player to win a WSOP event at 24. He has an impressive 15 bracelets to his name and has the record number of cash and wins.
36. Dewey Tomko (2008) – With 3 WSOP bracelets on him, he has also played in every WSOP event since 1974, which is the longest streak ever.
37. Henry Orenstein (2008) – Henry is the Hole cam’s patent holder, which allows players to view other players’ hole cards. He also has a WSOP bracelet on him.
38. Mike Sexton (2009) – Mike has been a commentator in the World Poker tour since season 1 and also has a WSOP bracelet win in his pocket.
39. Dan Harrington (2010) – Dan is the co-author of the “Harrington on Hold ’em” and “Harrington on Cash Games” series of books. He also has two WSOP bracelets and a main event win.
40. Erik Seidel (2010) – Seidel has captured eight WSOP bracelets to his name and was the runner up in the 1988 main event where he got beat by Johnny Chan.
41. Barry Greenstein (2011) – Also known as the ‘Robin Hood of Poker’, Barry donates all of his winnings to charities. He has three WSOP bracelets on him as well.
42. Linda Johnson (2011) – She is called ‘the first lady of poker’ and was also the publisher of Card Player Magazine. She has won a WSOP bracelet as well.
43. Eric Drache (2012) – Drache was the World Series of Poker tournament Director from 1973 to 1988. He is also credited with the idea of Satellite Tournaments.
44. Bryan Roberts (2012) – The 1975 WSOP main event winner has two WSOP bracelets on him.
45. Tom McEvoy (2013) – Tom has 4 WSOP bracelets on him, and a main event win in which he got his seat through a satellite. He has also written many books on Poker.
46. Scotty Nguyen (2013) – Scotty has won 5 WSOP bracelets and has a career total winnings of about $11 Million.
47. Jack McClelland (2014) – Jack had worked in Poker Operations for many years, including Director of the WSOP tournaments in early 1980’s.
48. Daniel Negreanu (2014) – Daniel has a total of 6 WSOP bracelets on him and has won several other tournaments, which has helped him reach 2nd spot on the all-time WSOP money list.
49. Jennifer Harman (2015) – Jennifer was the first woman to win two WSOP bracelets in open events. She is also the only woman who plays regularly at the big games in Bellagio.
50. John Juanda (2015) – John had been inducted in the hall of Fame in 2015 and has had a great career ending with a total of five WSOP bracelets as well.
51. Todd Brunson (2016) – The son of famous poker player Doyle Brunson, has still taught himself to play Poker on his own and has a WSOP bracelet on him.
52. Carlos Mortensen (2016) – Holder of two WSOP bracelets, Carlos won the 2001 main event.
53. David Ulliot (2017) – The English poker player is a WSOP bracelet winner and is a mainstay at televised Poker.
54. Phil Ivey (2017) – Also known as the ‘Tiger Woods of Poker’, Phil Ivey is tied at 2nd with Johnny Chan, and Doyle Brunson for the most WSOP bracelet wins ever (10).
55. Mori Eskandani (2018) – Mori was a producer of programs like the WSOP, Poker after dark, and High stakes poker.
56. John Hennigan (2018) – John has five WSOP bracelets and a Poker players Championship win in 2014. He had also won the World Poker Tour title in 2007.
57. Chris Moneymaker (2019) – Chris won the WSOP main event in 2003 after earning his seat in an $86 online satellite.
58. David Oppenheim (2019) – With ten money finishes so far, David is the most recent induction in the Poker Hall of Fame. His total career winnings so far are around $1.2 Million.