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WSOP Final Table Is Under Way – Five Players Left

WSOP Final Table Is Under Way Five Players Left

It is time for the final table of the World Series of Poker Main Event, with the “November Nine” players battling in Las Vegas. The players are playing each other to win the title of the world's best player, along with the massive first prize of $10,000,000 which will give most players enough money for the rest of their lives.


The final table started around 13 hours ago and there's currently five players left on the final table, with Dutch player Jorryt van Hoof in the chiplead. At the time of this article, 180 hands has been played and in those hands we managed to lose the first four guys, but many more will bust out soon.


The first guy to bust out was American Mark Newhouse, who took 9th place and $730,725, next guy out was Brazilian Bruno Politano who finished 8th for $947,077, American Dan Sindelar finished 7th for $1,235,862 and Spaniard Andoni Larrabe finished 6th for $1,622,080. 5th place gives $2,143,174, 4th gives $2,848,833, 3rd gives $3,806,402, second gives $5,145,968 and finally the massive first prize of $10,000,000 flat.


As the final table looks at the moment, van Hoof looks like he will continue to dominate the table with his 101,275,000 chip stack, with the closest opponent being Swedish Martin Jacobson who has 32,700,000 and Felix Stephensen from Norway being the shortest stack with 11,675,000 in chips.


Since many thing will continue to happen from the time of this article, be sure to follow the live reporting from the November Nine final table, which you can follow hand-for-hand on PokerNews Live Reporting page, where their team post chip counts, pictures and much more.

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