Three-hundred sixty-five horsepower, to be exact.
Along with the Binion Cup, a restored cherry-red 1971 Corvette Stingray will be awarded to the winner of today's gathering of former Main Event champs.
And while it's not a bracelet, it's still a valuable heap of metal.
WSOP staff have quoted the car's value at anywhere from $20,000-$60,000 USD, but a bit of research shows similar cars selling for just over $30k.
Regardless of price, this car is the real deal. The Corvette's listing at The Auto Collections at Imperial Palace advertised:
"Before you is undoubtedly one of the finest examples of a 454 Stingray in America. Vehicle is optioned with power steering, power brakes, power windows, factory air conditioning. Tilt and telescopic steering wheel, am/fm cassette stereo and T-tops. Odometer was set back to zero as the restoration was extensive leaving no section of the car overlooked.
"All mechanical as well as electrical systems were either replaced or repaired, they all work as G.M. intended. Again, every option, accessory and component works, period! This car runs, performs and responds very, very well. Fiber optic lighting functions without fail. Absolutely stunning paint, color sanded and buffed to a knee deep brilliant shine."
With a big-block 454 cubic inch LS5 engine putting out 365 horses and an incredible 460 pound-feet of torque, the Vette can haul.
And it might prove more useful than a bracelet for at least one Main Event champion.
"It would be nice to win a car," 2008 champ Peter Eastgate told PokerListings.com. "I've never owned a car before."