The 45th annual World Series of Poker $10,000 no-limit Hold’em Championship – otherwise known as the Main Event. What started out with 6,683 players from 87 different countries is down to its final nine players. “The November Nine” – an international diverse group who are all after the same prize – $10 million and poker’s most coveted title, check out https://www.pokerqiu.online one of the best poker online.
The final nine come together November 10 to the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, NV. The final nine players represent 6 countries – Brazil, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden and the United States. All hoping for a chance to win pokers ultimate trophy – a WSOP gold bracelet and the bulk share of the Main Events $62,820,200 total prize money. Top winner gets a wopping $10 million and the other eight players sharing another $18,480,121.
Here is a list of the “November Nine” and chip counts.
- Billy Pappconstantinou, USA $17,500,00,
- Felix Stephensen, Norway $32,775,000,
- Jorryt van Hood Netherlands $38,375,000,
- Mark Newhouse USA $26,000,000,
- Andoni Larrabe Spain $22,550,000
- William Tonkin USA $15,050.000
- Daniel Sindelar USA $21,200,000
- Martin Jacobson Sweden $14,900,000
- Bruno Politano Brazil $12,125,000
Mark Newhouse from America became the first ever WSOP player to make it to back to back main event final tables. The November Nine dates back to 2008 when the final event was paused until November to come back for the final table.
The event is free for patrons and members of nodepositrewards.com to attend and watch the activities but you must be 21 to observe the action per gaming regulations. The Rio has thought of everything right down to the masseuse attendants for the players if needed. Some rules for anyone thinking of participating you must be 21 years of age the day the event starts. The age requirement to participate in the Seniors event is 50 on the start day. You must register two weeks prior to the beginning of the event. If you are pre-registered you are guaranteed the starting day of your choice. You do not have to pre-register you are able to walk into the Rio and sign up in person for any event up til event begins. But capacity is limited so pre-registering is a great option for players. You must register yourself and you may not transfer your spot to anyone else. However, if you cancel you will receive a refund there is a cancellation and refund policy as outlined in the 2014 WSOP rules available on their website.