The November Nine will start on Monday, with the champion of the World Series of Poker main event set to be crowned. Here is a quick guide to get up to speed with the final table.
Follow the action
The November Nine return to the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas to play for the title and the top prize of $10 million. The entire final table live will be broadcast on a 30-minute delay, starting at 8 p.m. Eastern on ESPN2. Play will halt when there are just two players remaining. Coverage of heads-up play will continue on Tuesday on ESPN starting at 9 p.m. Eastern. Here’s ESPN’s promo:
If you can’t watch, you can get live updates at WSOP.com.
The players (and chip counts)
Click on each player for more information about them:
1, Jorryt van Hoof, Netherlands, 38,375,000
2, Felix Stephensen, Norway, 32,775,000
3, Mark Newhouse, United States, 26,000,000
4, Andoni Larrabe, Spain, 22,550,000
5, Dan Sindelar, United States, 21,200,000
6, Billy Pappas, United States, 17,500,000
7, William Tonking, United States, 15,050,000
8, Martin Jacobson, Sweden, 14,900,000
9, Bruno Politano, Brazil, 12,125,000
Ladbrokes has odds on the November Nine here. Jorryt van Hoof is the favorite at 3 to 1.