WSOP Main Event Final Table Decided
After some incredibly impressive poker, the final table of the World Series of Poker 2013 Main Event has been decided.
The field was reduced from 6,352 hopefuls, each of which paid $10,000 to enter the tournament and now the remaining nine must wait until November 4th to play for the $8.4 million prize and the gold and diamond bracelet.
J.C. Tran, who has won two WSOP bracelets and almost $9 million in prize money, will be going into the final table with the chip lead of 38 million chips. However, not far behind is Amir Lahavot with 29.7 million chips.
In total there are seven poker pros at the final table and it is sure to be a tough competition.
In third is tattoo artist Marc McLaughlin with 26.5 million chips. Fourth place goes to an amateur Jay Farber, who sees poker as a hobby and has just over 25.9 million chips.
Fifth is Ryan Riess, another professional, he has 25.8 million chips and this is his first time in the WSOP main event. Next is Sylvain Loosli with 19.6 million chips followed by Michiel Brummelhius with 11.2 million ships. The final two places go to Marc Newhouse and David Benefield with 7.3 million and 6.3 million chips respectively.