Facts and figures. They make the world go around and, more often than not, tell a story without letting opinions or biases get in the way. Which numbers from the past week tell that story and what quick opinions do we have?

CA$5,709,705 – The biggest tournament in the world through the first week of May is happening to the north. Playground Poker Club outside Montreal is home to the partypokerLIVE MILLION North America Main Event and after registration closed yesterday, the biggest Canadian event in history had crushed the original CA$5 million guarantee. The field began Day 3 on Monday and when the event finishes midway through the week, someone will be walking away with a seven-figure score for 1st place.

632.18 – Someone who knows a thing or two about 1st place results, Bryn Kenney. The High Roller is crushing this year and sits atop the GPI Player of the Year rankings by a sizable 632-point lead. For context, the difference between Kenney and Ari Engel, who is currently 2nd, is also the same difference that separates Engel and Steve O’Dwyer, who is currently 10th.

50% – The massive PokerStars Championship Monte Carlo schedule shook up those GPI POY rankings, under Kenney since he has been at the top for the better part of the last few months, but that series only accounted for half of the PokerStars Championship WPT Montedam Swing. The two biggest series in the world have paired up to offer players an incentive to play both European-based events and the WPT now takes center stage, with two events in Amsterdam this week.

72,390 – From European events to something that is so American it hurts, a McDonald’s prop bet. Poker professional Mike Noori made a bet that will see him attempt to eat $1,000 worth of McDonald’s food in 36 hours and by my calculations, and recommendations, that means he will likely have to eat just over 72,000 calories to win the bet. That is a lot of apple slices, McWraps and Chicken McNuggets.

25 – The countdown to the year’s biggest event has begun and over the next few weeks, Poker Central will introduce the entire 2017 Super High Roller Bowl field. From the world’s best high-stakes players, to online crushers and successful businessmen, poker’s most exclusive event has it all. Follow Poker Central’s “25 Days of SHRBowl” to know who will be competing when cards get in the air on May 28th