The prestigious World Series of Poker has been an exciting one this year, as it has been in the past few years. After vigorous competition in Vegas, the list of final nine players who will be at the Final table of the WSOP has been announced by the WSOP committee. These 9 have come a long way from the qualifiers to the finals, beating a total of 6,683 players in all. They will now compete with each other for the grand prize of $10 million and the WSOP bracelet.
The amazing nine:
Here is the list of the November Nine you should watch out for at the final table of the WSOP.
- Jorryt Van Hoof: leads the chips count among the nine contestants; he has had an incredible WSOP 2014 and has earned 38. 375 million in chips
- Felix Stevenson: is the 23-year old poker champ from Norway, who comes second in terms of chip count, with 32.775 million in chips. Stevenson says he feels pretty good and excited about the event.
- Mark Newhouse Andoni Larrabe: With 26 million and 22.550 million chips respectively; they are in the third and fourth places. Newhouse ended ninth in last year’s tournament and is back to try his hand at the final again this year.
- Dan Sindelar: is fifth with 21.2 million in chips, while William Pappaconstantinou or Billy Pappas is next with 17.4 million in chip count.
- Will Tonking: who didn’t do so well in the early WSOP games, is next at number 7 and has 15.050 million in chip count.
- Martin Jacobson: is a Swede who participated in 27 different WSOP tournaments and was able to take home cash from 3. He is number 8 and has 14.9 million in chip count.
- The final player in November Nine is Bruno Politano, the first Brazilian poker pro to make it to the final table of the WSOP. He has 12.125 million in chips.