ESPN broadcasted the last two episodes of the World Series Of Poker Main Event coverage, with the event reaching its final table and the “November Nine”.
With 18 players still in the race, split equally at two tables, Sylvain Loosli is the chip leader with a bit over 20 million chips to his name, followed closely by Amir Lehavot with 19.4 million and Jay Farber with 18.1 million. Those who have watched the previous episodes know that Chris Lindh was in pole position with almost 12 million chips, but a rough stretch saw him falling into 16th place with just 5 million.
If you have happened to miss all of our previous articles sharing the episodes with you, you can see click on each link to see Article 1, Article 2, Article 3, Article 4, Article 5, Article 6, Article 7, Article 8 and Article 9.
With only a few hours left until the “November Nine” take the felt again, it is really interesting to see how they reached the final table.
These are the 9 players that made the final table and will return on Monday to compete for the WSOP Main Event title: