There isn’t long to go before the WSOP November Nine return back to the Rio in Las Vegas to play out the final table. All the remaining nine players will have a chance of winning the guaranteed $10 million first prize money.
The chip leader heading into the 2014 WSOP November Nine final table is Dutch poker pro Jorryt Van Hoof with a stack of 38.3 million chips.
Second in chips is Felix Stephensen from Norway with 32.7 million. He is primarily an online cash game player but can’t be too bad playing tournaments having made it this far.
Mark Newhouse from the United States is sitting pretty in third chip position with a stack of 26 million chips. If you recall the name it’s because he made the WSOP Main Event final table last year.
Andoni Larrabe from Spain is sitting in fourth chip position with 22.5 million chips to play with. He is the youngest November Niner at 22-years old.
Fifth in chips is Dan Sindelar who now resides in Las Vegas. He will start the final table with 21.2 million chips.
William Pappaconstantinou from Massachusetts is the only amateur player to have made the November Nine. He enters the final table in sixth chip position and has 17.5 million.
Seventh in chips is William Tonking from New Jersey. He is going into the final table with 15 million.
Martin Jacobson will bring the eighth largest chip stack with 14.9 million chips. The Swede has had an incredible Main Event having been amongst the chip leaders throughout the entire tournament.
Rounding out the November Nine is Bruno Politano from Brazil who enters the final table with 12.1 million chips. As the first Brazilian to make the WSOP Main Event final table, a lot of poker fans from Brazil will be rooting for him.
The final table of the 2014 WSOP Main Event commences play on Monday, November 10, so stay tuned to ESPN for live coverage with hole cards.
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