Jorryt van Hoof leads largely in the chip counts - WSOP November Nine
The first part of the World Series of Poker 2014 Main Event concluded with the definition of the nine players heading to the November Nine battle. 6,683 players took part in this $ 10,000 buy-in poker tournament, but only 27 survived for the Day 7, which is a penultimate stage to the final table. In fact, this 45th edition is no exception to the rule as it will defer its televised final table November Nine on Monday 10 to November 11 at Rio casino, Las Vegas. At the end of the Day 7, Jorryt Van Hoof leads the 9 finalists of this poker event in terms of chip counts, all are targeting a bracelet in this WSOP event. This time, the final table is composed of nine players from six different nationalities, with a large number of US representatives.
The Dutchman Jorryt Van Hoof will the tournament with a stack of 38,375,000 chips; he is followed by Felix Stephensen (Norway - 32,775,000 chips), Mark Newhouse (USA - 26 million), Andoni Larrabe (Spain 22,550,000), Dan Sindelar (USA - 21.2 million), William Tonking (USA 20,050,000), William Pappaconstantinou (USA - 17.5 million), Martin Jacobson (Sweden - 14,900,000) and Bruno Politano (Brazil - 12,125,000). The World Poker Tour hero Mark Newhouse" plays now his second consecutive final table in the WSOP Main Event after having finished at the 9th place for $ 733,224 in 2013. The nine survivors are guaranteed to leave with a minimum prize of $ 730,725. As for the Mexican Luis Velador, he is ousted from his third bracelet track this year; he is just the bubble boy of the Main Event.
Thursday, 17 July 2014
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