Poker champion Joe Hachem’s hand-painted Corum timepiece. Irvine, Calif.—Corum, the official timepiece and bracelet supplier for the World Series of Poker (WSOP), is offering players in the series the opportunity to order timepieces with unique dial designs.
The first such design was created for the 2005 Main Event champion, Joe Hachem of Australia, and shows his winning hand, a “7” of clubs and “3” of spades.
“We are offering the past and future champions of the WSOP a chance to commemorate their winning moment in poker history with a unique timepiece specially created and designed for them by our master artisans,” the company said in a media release.
The hand-painted dials will be set in a 42-millimeter, red, yellow or white gold case, with or without diamonds, as per the champion’s request.