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WSOP: This Is 2015 November Nine

Tags: 2015 November Nine, Federico Butteroni, Joe McKeehen, Josh Beckley, Max Steinberg, Neil Blumenfield, Patrick Chan, Pierre Neuville, Thomas Cannuli, Zvi Stern
Posted on Wednesday, July 15, 2015 by "T".
From July 5 to July 15 a field of 6,240 players has been reduced to a final table of nine players, who will return to Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino on November 8 and battle it out for the world champion title, a gold bracelet and the top prize of $7,680,021! The 2015 November Nine will be broadcasted live on ESPN. Below you'll find seating assignments and chip counts, the final table payout st[...]   Read more » WSOP: This Is 2015 November Nine

  17-Jul-15, 07:57   #1
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doubletop777 
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All these players must be mega excited about the chance of becoming World Champion. They have all won at least a Million dollars so they all should be able to play freely and not worry about the money

     
  17-Jul-15, 14:25   #2
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klash23 
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If these players have got any sense they could probably make as much by just doing promotional work and gaining sponsorship in the months before Nov 9.
The money jumps are not that great until the top 4/5 so the 2 short stacks have quite an easy strategy but if I was 2nd/3rd in chips I would not want to be risking much to begin with. Smile

     
  20-Jul-15, 23:32   #3
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bowie1984 

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Just as in all decent tourneys: top3 or top5 pays best. But you are probably right about the promotional dough. They will have four months to milk this cow, after that everybody's focus will shift towrad the winner only.

     
  21-Jul-15, 14:36   #4
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klash23 
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I don't know if it is just me but I feel that the winner of the main event is very quickly forgotten these days.I can remember the names like Stu Ungar,Scotty Nguyen,Doyle Brunson,Jamie Gold,Joe Hachem,Peter Eastgate and obviously Chris Moneymaker but players from the last few years I would have to look up.

     
  21-Jul-15, 23:40   #5
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bowie1984 

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In my opinion the playerpool is way too diluted for recognizing every major player there beyond their achievements so I don't think this is a problem. And if he does nothing for the rest of his carrier but only win a Main Event then why would you want to remember him anyway?

     
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