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Van Hoof- Stephensen-Jacobson, the big three 2014 WSOP title contenders - 2014 WSOP

After three months of anticipation, the final table of the 2014 World Series of Poker Main Event kicked off on Monday( Nov.10) in the poker room of Penn & Teller Theater, Rio, Las Vegas. Qualified players for the November Nine battle are Jorryt van Hoof, Martin Jacobson, Felix Stephensen, William Tonking, Billy Pappas, Andoni Larrabe, Dan Sindelar, Bruno Politano and Mark Newhouse. At the end of a 12 hour’ long play, only 3 of the 9 November Niners made it through the ultimate flight. The three 2014 WSOP title contenders are Jorryt van Hoof, Martin Jacobson and Felix Stephensen. Jorryt van Hoof bags up the chip lead with a stunning stack of 89,625,000 chips; he is shortly followed by Martin Jacobson with 64,750,000 whilst Felix Stephensen has 46,100,000 chips in hands.

Against their will, the other six November Niners found their own run cut from the first day flight. Mark Newhouse final-tabled the WSOP for the second consecutive year. Unlucky as he was, Newhouse fell to 9th place this year for $ 730,725 against $ 733,224 in 2013. 44 hands after Newhouse’s elimination, Bruno Politano hit the 8th-place rail for $ 947,077. Dan Sindelar played 106 hands to finish 7th place for $ 1,235,862 of prize. Andoni Larrabe was knocked out in 6th place for $ 1,622,080. As for Billy Pappas, he earned $ 2,143,174 for his 5th place finish whilst Will Tonking pocketed $ 2,848,833 (4th place). Note that the lucky winner of this poker event will be known late this Tuesday.

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