If you're in the market for some eye-frazzling ice that could hold its own in Jay-Z's Big Pimpin' video (and frankly who isn't?), we suggest you start swatting up on those poker skillz and book yourself a flight to Rio pronto.
Behold the most coveted bracelet in the world, the $500,000 World Series of Poker cuff created by Jason Arasheben of Jason of Beverly Hills. The November Nine, as the finalists for the WSOP Main Event are called, will compete for the bracelet in Rio next month.
And what a prize. It took more than 250 hours to create bracelet, which uses 28 carats of white diamonds— including two black diamonds and two rubies to represent each card suit, Racked reports. All this is set within a hefty 220 grams of 14-carat white gold, which we fear may be weighty enough to impinge on the wearer's poker playing. The bracelet will be customized with the winner's name and, even better, it will be decorated with the winning two cards from final game. Want it? We'll see you in Rio...