The 2014 WSOP Main Event final table, also known as the November Nine) is finally set after 7 days of play and 10 days of competition where 6,683players made up an impressive $62,820,200 prize pool and $10 million going to the winner along with a one-of-a-kind jewel encrusted Championship bracelet.
The final table is certainly a multi-cultural one with six countries being represented. In the cheap lead is Jorryt van Hoof of the Netherlands holding nearly 20% of the chips and holding a slight chip lead over Felix Stephensen of Norway.
Also making the November 9, Martin Jacobson of Sweden who was the chipleader entering Day 7 but who is now in eighth position entering the final table action. He is the only player with more than $1 million in career live tournament winnings.
In rare news, Mark Newhouse has achieved back-to-back Main Event final tables. In 2013, Mark finished ninth in the Main Event cashing for $733,224 but this year he is one of the chipleaders with the 3rd largest stack. Mark is the first player to reach back-to-back final tables since Dan Harrington finished 3rd and 4th respectively in the 2003 and 2004 Main Events.
The players take a break for 3 1/2 months are back on November 10 to resume play for the Championship.
Here is a list of the 2014 WSOP Main Event final table players (November Nine)
|1||Jorryt van Hoof||38,375,000||Eindhoven||Netherlands|
|3||Mark Newhouse||26,000,000||Los Angeles||United States|
|5||Dan Sindelar||21,200,000||Las Vegas||United States|
|6||William Pappaconstantinou||17,500,000||Dracut, MA||United States|
|7||William Tonking||15,050,000||Flemington, NJ||United States|
2014 WSOP Main Event final table prize pool
Congratulations to the 2014 November Nine!